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LIGHTNING EXPRESS - The Quick Rise & Even Quicker Fall of Al Singer by Carlos Acevedo Of all the...

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LIGHTNING EXPRESS - The Quick Rise & Even Quicker Fall of Al Singer by Carlos Acevedo Of all the Jewish fighters regarded as potential heirs to Benny Leonard in the late 1920s--a shortlist includes Solly Seeman, Ruby Goldberg, and Sid Terris--only Abraham "Al" Singer actually managed to win the lightweight title. For a while, Singer even fought under the imprimatur of "The Ghetto Wizard." Today Singer is little more than a historical footnote, regarded as lightly, perhaps, as Jimmy Goodrich or Rocky Kansas, but at his peak, from 1928 to 1930, Al Singer was a bona fide sensation. Read the rest here...
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