1954 True Mens Boxing Yearbook - Rocky Marciano on Cover

1954 True Mens Boxing Yearbook - Rocky Marciano on Cover
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True "The Man's Magazine"

1954 Boxing Yearbook

Cover subject(s) - Rocky Marciano

Interior articles, subjects and pictures include:

My Predictions for 1954 by Joe Louis
Rocky Marciano, Fighter of the Year by Barney Nagler
Johnny Saxton "Is Saxton Going Anywhere?" by Gene Ward
Teddy Brenner by Dave Billings
I Say The Boxing Business Smells by Dan Parker

The Boxing Year In Review by Lester Bromberg with full page pictures and writeups of the following fighters: Rocky Marciano, Archie Moore, Carl Bobo Olson, Kid Gavilan, Jimmy Carter, Sandy Saddler, Jimmy Carruthers & Yoshio Shirai

The Legend of Primo Carnera by Ed Linn
"Olson Takes Command" Bobo Olson by Barney Nagler
Lulu Perez "Featherweight With a Future" by Jimmy Breslin
TV's 5 Greatest Fights by Harold Ribalow
Johnny Cunningham "The Garbage Man Who Beat a Champ" by William Barry Furlong
Boxing Photos of the Year - 8 page spread
Excerpt from "Dumb Dan" by "Dumb" Dan Morgan

Size - About 80 pages

Condition - About VG/EX to EX condition with general handling wear. Binding is tight. Interiors are clean and solid.

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