Rocky Marciano 12 Career Boxing
Fights On 5 DVDs
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           ROCKY MARCIANOI 12 fights on 5 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Rocky Marciano vs Layne
Rocky Marciano vs Louis
Rocky Marciano vs Savold
Rocky Marciano vs Matthews
Rocky Marciano vs Walcott I
Rocky Marciano vs Walcott II
 
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Rocky Marciano vs Lastarza II (HL)
Rocky Marciano vs Charles I (HL)
Rocky Marciano vs Charles II
Rocky Marciano vs Cockell
Rocky Marciano vs Moore
 
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Rocky Marciano documentary
Rocky Marciano vs Ali
 
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Rocky Marciano documentary
 
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Rocky Marciano documentary
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
ROCKY MARCIANO 12 FIGHTS ON 5 BOXING DVDS
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Rocky Marciano (born Rocco Francis Marchegiano; September 1, 1923 - August 31, 1969) was an American professional boxer who held the world heavyweight title from September 23, 1952 to April 27, 1956. Marciano went undefeated in his career and defended his title six times, against Jersey Joe Walcott, Roland La Starza, Ezzard Charles (twice), Don Cockell, and Archie Moore. Marciano had a short, blazing career usually accustomed to pressure fighters.
 
Known for his relentless style, incredible stamina, and an iron chin, Marciano has been ranked by many boxing historians as one of the best heavyweight boxers of all time. He was also known for his ferocious punching power for a man of just 190 pounds: his knockout percentage of 87.75 is one of the highest in heavyweight history.
 
Early Life
Marciano was born and raised on the south side of Brockton, Massachusetts, to Pierino Marchegiano and Pasqualina Picciuto. Both of his parents were immigrants from Italy. His father was from Ripa Teatina, Abruzzo, while his mother was from San Bartolomeo in Galdo, Campania. Rocky had two brothers, Peter and Louis and three sisters, Alice, Concetta, and Elizabeth. When he was about eighteen months old, Marciano contracted pneumonia, from which he almost died.
 
In his youth, he played baseball with his brother Sonny and David Rooslet (a neighborhood friend of Marciano's), worked out on homemade weightlifting equipment (later in his life, Marciano was also a client of Charles Atlas) and used a stuffed mailbag that hung from a tree in his back yard as a heavy bag. He attended Brockton High School, where he played both baseball and football. However, he was cut from the school baseball team because he had joined a church league, violating a school rule forbidding players from joining other teams. He dropped out of school after finishing tenth grade.
 
Marciano then worked as a chute man on delivery trucks for the Brockton Ice and Coal Company. He also worked as a ditch digger, raliroad layer, and as a shoemaker. Rocky was also a resident of Hanson, Massachusetts; the house he lived in still stands on Main Street.
 
In March 1943, Marciano was drafted into the United Stated army for a term of two years. Stationed in Swansea, Wales, he helped ferry supplies across the English Channel to Normandy. After the war ended, he completed his service in March 1946 at Fort Lewis, Washington.
 
Amateur career
Marciano's amateur record was 8-4. While awaiting discharge, Marciano, representing the army, won the 1946 Amateur Armed Forces boxing tournament. His amateur career was interrupted on March 17, 1947, when Marciano stepped into the ring as a professional competitor. That night, he knocked out Lee Epperson in three rounds. In an unusual move Marciano returned to the amateur ranks and fought in the Golden Gloves All East Championship Tournament in March 1948. He was beaten by Coley Wallace. He continued to fight as an amateur throughout  the spring and competed in the AAU Olympic tryouts in the Boston Garden. There, he knocked out George McInnis, but hurt his hands during the bout and was forced to withdraw from the tournament. That was his last amateur bout.
 
In late March, 1947, Marciano and several friends traveled to Fayetteville, North Carolina to try out for the Fayetteville Cubs, a farm team for the Chicago Cubs baseball team. Marciano lasted three weeks before being cut. After failing to find a spot on another team, he returned to Brockton and began boxing training with longtime friend Allie Colombo. Al Weill and Chick Wergeles served as his managers and Charley Goldman as his trainer and teacher.
 
Professional career
Although he had one professional fight (against Lee Epperson) on his record, Marciano began fighting permanently as a professional boxer on July 12, 1948. That night, he notched a win over Harry Bilizarian. He won his first sixteen bouts by knockout, all before the fifth round, and nine before the first round was over.