Sandy Saddler 7 Career Boxing Fights On 2
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SADDLER 7 fights on 2 boxing DVDs
SANDY SADDLER 7 FIGHTS ON 2 BOXING
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Saddler vs Pep III (HL)
Sandy Saddler vs Riley (HL)
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Sandy Saddler vs Elorde II
Joseph "Sandy" Saddler (born
June 23, 1926 - September 18, 2001) was an American professional
boxer. He was a two time featherweight world champion, having also
held the super featherwight title. Over his twelve year career (1944-56),
Saddler scored 103 knockouts and was stopped only once himself, in
his secong professional fight, by Jock Leslie. In 2003, Saddler was
ranked number five on The Ring magazine's list of "100 Greatest Punchers
of All Time". His nephew is Grandmaster Flash.
Saddler is best known for his four bout series with Willie Pep.
The two first faced off on October 29, 1948. Pep was the reigning
featherweight champion of the world, and coming into the fight boasted
a record of 134-1-1 (43 KO). Sadder captured the title by knocking
Pep down four times en route to a four round knockout victory. This
was only the second time that Pep was beaten, Sammy Angott beat him
in 1943, and first time he was ever stopped in 137 bouts.
then recaptured the crown on February 11, 1949, by outpointing Saddler
over 15 rounds. Saddler regained the crown on September 8, 1950 by
a TKO in the eighth round. Pep quit after dislocating his shoulder.
The pair fought their last fight on September 26, 1951. In one of
the dirtiest championship fights ever fought, Saddler won when the
fight was stopped in the tenth round.
Saddler fought several
other notable opponents during his career. He knocked out future lightweight
champion Joe Brown, as well as lightweight champions Lara Salas and
Paddy DeMarco. Saddler beat lightweight champion Jimmy Carter, knocked
out future junior lightweight champion Gabriel "Flash" Elorde, and
lost to Larry Boardman.
Saddler retired from boxing
in 1956, aged 30, after an eye injury sustained in a traffic accident.
He later became a trainer and helped train the young George Foreman
in the 1970s, including Foreman's first Heavyweight Championship of
the World reign. In 2003, he was ranked #5 on the Ring Magazine's
list of 100 greatest punchers of all time.
In 1990, Saddler
was inducted into the prestigious International Boxing Hall of Fame.
He is the Uncle of Joseph Saddler, better known as Grandmaster Flash.
Saddler died on september 18, 2001.
Saddler vs Flanagan
Sandy Saddler vs Pep IV
Sandy Saddler vs Bossio
Sandy Saddler vs Davis (HL)