Joe Louis 38 Career Boxing Fights On 9 DVDs With Motion Menus
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                         JOE LOUIS 38 fights on 9 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Joe Louis vs Rampage
Joe Louis vs Carnera (silent)
Joe Louis vs Carnera
Joe Louis vs Levinsky
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JOE LOUIS 38 fights on 9 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 5
Joe Louis vs Walcott II
Joe Louis vs Charles
Joe Louis vs Beshore
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Joe Louis vs Schmeling II
Joe Louis vs Lewis (HL)
Joe Louis vs Roper
Joe Louis vs Galento
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Joe Louis vs Ettore
Joe Louis vs Pastor I
Joe Louis vs Braddock
Joe Louis vs Farr
Joe Louis vs Mann
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Joe Louis vs Baer I
Joe Louis vs Conn I
Joe Louis vs Baer II
Joseph Louis Barrow (May 13,1914 - April 12,1981), best known as Joe Louis, was an American professional boxer. He held the world heavyweight championship from 1937 to 1949, and is considered to be one of the greatest heavyweights of all time. Nicknamed the "Brown Bomber", Louis helped elevate boxing from a decline in popularity in the post-Jack Dempsey era by establishing a reputation as an honest, hardworking fighter at a time when the sport was dominated by gambling interests. Louis' championship reign lasted 140 consecutive months, during which he participated in 26 championship fights; a 27th fight, against Ezzard Charles, was a challenge to Charles' heavyweight title and so is not included in Louis' reign. Louis was victorious in 25 title defenses, a record for any division. In 2005, Louis was ranked as the #1 heavyweight of all-time by the International Boxing Research Organization, and was ranked #1 on The Ring magazines's list of the 100 Greatest Punchers of All-Time.
Louis' cultural inpact was felt well outside the ring. He is widely regarded as the first African American to achieve the status of a nationwide hero within the United Stated, and was also a focal point of anti-Nazi sentiment leading up to and during World War II. He was instrumental in integrating the game of golf, breaking the sport's color barrier in America by appearing under a sponsor's exemption in a PGA event in 1952.
Detroit's Joe Louis Arena, home of the Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League, and the Forest Preserve District of Cook County's Joe Louis "The Champ" Golf Course, situated south of Chicago in Riverdale, Illinois, are named in his honor.
Early life
Born in rural Chambers County, Alabama (in a ramshackle dwelling on Bell Chapel Road, located about a mile off state route 50 and roughly six miles north of Lafayette), Louis was the son of Munroe Barrow and Lillie (Reese) Barrow, the seventh of eight children. He weighed 11 pounds at birth, and both Louis's parents were the children of former slaves, alternating between sharecropping and rental farming. Munroe was predominantly African American with some white ancestry, while Lillie was half Cherokee.
Louis spent twelve years growing up in rural Alabama, where little is known of his childhood. He suffered from a speech impediment and spoke very little until about the age of six. Munroe Barrow was committed to a mental institution in 1916 and, as a result, Joe knew very little of his biological father. Around 1920, Louis's mother married Pat Brooks, a local construction contractor, having received word that Munroe Barrow had died while institutionalized (in reality, Munroe Barrow lived until 1938, unaware of his son's fame).
In 1926, shaken by a gang of white men in the Ku Klux Klan, Louis's family moved to Detroit, Michigan, forming part of the post World War I Great Migration. Joe's brother worked for Ford Motor Company (where Joe would himself work for a time at the River Rouge Plant) and the family settled into a home at 2700 Catherine (now Madison) street in Detroit's Black Bottom neighborhood.
Louis attended Bronson Vocational School for a time to learn cabinet making and his mother attempted to get him interested in playing the violin.
Amateur career
The Depression hit the Barrow family hard, but as an alternative to gang activity, Joe began to spend time at a local youth recreation center at 637 Brewster Street in Detroit. Legend has it that he tried to hide his pugilistic ambitions from his mother by carrying his boxing gloves inside his violin case.
Louis made his debut in early 1932 at age 17. Legend has it that before the fight, the barely literate Louis wrote his name so large that there was no room for his last name, and thus became known as "Joe Louis" for the remainder of his boxing career. More likely Louis simply omitted his last name to keep his boxing pursuits a secret from his mother. After his debut - a loss to future Olympian Johnny Miller - Louis compiled numerous amateur victories, eventually winning the club championship of his Brester Street recreation centre, the home of many aspiring Golden Gloves fighters.
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Joe Louis: America's Hero Betrayed
Joe Louis: The Boxer Who Beat Hitler
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Joe Louis: Death Of Louis (HL)
Joe Louis: Boxing's Best
Joe Louis vs Baer
Joe Louis vs Uzcudun
Joe Louis vs Retzlaff
Joe Louis vs Schemeling I
Joe Louis vs Sharkey
Joe Louis vs Pastor II
Joe Louis vs Godoy I
Joe Louis vs Paychek
Joe Louis vs Godoy II
Joe Louis vs McCoy
Joe Louis vs Simone II
Joe Louis vs Conn II
Joe Louis vs Mauriello
Joe Louis vs Walcott I
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Joe Louis vs Brion I
Joe Louis vs Argamonte II
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Joe Louis: For All Time
Joe Louis vs Savold
Joe Louis vs Brion II
Joe Louis vs Marciano