Sugar Ray Robinson Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Sugar Ray Robinson Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best Former Welterweight Sugar Ray Robinson including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Sugar Ray Robinson
Real Name Sugar Ray Robinson
Profession Boxers
Nick Name Sugar
Famous as Former Welterweight and Middleweight Boxing Champion
Nationality American
Religion Orthodox
Personal life of Sugar Ray Robinson
Born on 03 May 1921
Birthday 3rd May
Died At Age 67
Sun Sign Taurus
Born in Ailey, Georgia, Detroit, Michigan
Died on 12 April 1989
Place of death Los Angeles
Grouping of People African American Athletes, African American Men, Black Boxers, School Dropouts
Diseases & Disabilities Alzheimer’s
City Georgia
Family Background of Sugar Ray Robinson
Father Walker Smith Sr.
Mother Leila Hurst
Siblings Marie, Evelyn
Spouses/Partners Millie Wiggins Bruce (m. 1965-1989), Edna Mae Holly (m. 1943-1960), Marjorie Joseph (m. 1938-1938)
Children Ronnie Robinson, Ray Robinson Jr.
Education De Witt Clinton High school
Net worth $70 million
Awards 1957 – 1958 – Fight of the Year Awards
Personal Fact of  Sugar Ray Robinson

Sugar Ray Robinson was one of the greatest boxing legends of the 20th century. A prodigious child, he took to sports at an early age, dropping out of school to pursue a career in the same when he was in ninth standard. And rest as they say is history. Match after match, he gave power packed performance within the ring and rose from his amateur status with two titles under his kitty.

He stared his professional career in 1940, defeating each of his opponents in a crushing manner. From 1943 to 1951 he went on a 91-fight unbeaten streak, which is till date the third longest in professional boxing history. By 1951, he posed a professional record of 1281-2 with 84 knockouts.

He successfully held the Welterweight Championship title from 1946 to 1951 and thrice held the Middleweight Championship title in 1951, 1955 and 1958. No boxer in his league had an answer to his powerful and lightning fast paced punches. In his overall career, he was twice named fighter of the year. Interestingly, Robinson did not pursue a career in boxing alone and tried his hand in the entertainment industry as well, but without much success.


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