Alright, so it's a misleading headline, but figured I'd lay a few more SE PA results on you, from a show in Newtown the weekend before last (May 12th) that did indeed feature A Ray Robinson and A Cassius Clay.
As Scott noted, "The New" Ray Robinson (14-2, 6) isn't a whole lot like the old one, but he did provide a nasty licking to Terrance Cauthen (36-8, 9) in a very strange second round of their Pennsylvania State Welterweight WBA title bout. Robinson was knocked down. Then Cauthen took a swipe past referee Gary Rosato as he came in to make the break, and Robinson reacted by throwing a punch over the ref's right shoulder and earning a point deduction. Cauthen was on his knees for a minute, and then got up so that Robinson could splatter him into a fall-against-the-ropes knockdown. Right after Cauthen got up again, Ray flattened him for good with a right to the chin. Rosato called it off just about before Cauthen hit the canvas.
(It's all here: the knockout's around 2:45)
The evening's Cassius Clay (0-3) was way, way less like THE Cassius Clay than this Ray Robinson: Clay made it three straight losses to a fighter making his pro debut. At 31, that's not such a good sign. Hasan Young, though, made an impressive debut, throwing in combination upstairs and down and exhibiting polish that matched his rumored amateur reputation-looks like he made it to at least the regional levels of the Golden Gloves out of North Carolina last year, after spending some time out of the sport pursuing a fashion marketing degree.
In other action, Tevin Farmer (5-3, 1) and Kareem Cooley (2-2, 1) put on an entertaining-enough six-round lightweight fight, but the highlight was Farmer's sister or wife or girlfriend, who was vocally talented, to say the least. It was Farmer's second win of three fights on the year; he's got two more scheduled before the end of July.