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Jack Dempsey

Jack Dempsey (auch The Manassa Mauler; * Juni in Manassa, Colorado als William Harrison Dempsey; † Mai in New York City) war ein. William Harrison "Jack" Dempsey, nicknamed "Kid Blackie" and "The Manassa Mauler", was an American professional boxer who competed from to ,​. Finden Sie perfekte Stock-Fotos zum Thema Jack Dempsey Boxer sowie redaktionelle Newsbilder von Getty Images. Wählen Sie aus erstklassigen Inhalten.

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Jack Dempsey war ein US-amerikanischer Boxer und zwischen 19unumstrittener Schwergewichts-Boxweltmeister. Jack Dempsey (auch The Manassa Mauler; * Juni in Manassa, Colorado als William Harrison Dempsey; † Mai in New York City) war ein. Jack Dempsey, genannt The Nonpareil, eigentlich John Edward Kelly (* Dezember in Curran im County Kildare, Irland; † 2. November in. Finden Sie perfekte Stock-Fotos zum Thema Jack Dempsey Boxer sowie redaktionelle Newsbilder von Getty Images. Wählen Sie aus erstklassigen Inhalten. Heavyweight Champion of the World from to , Jack Dempsey, also known as the Manassa Mauler, began his boxing career as a skinny boy of sixteen. Boxing Legend Jack Dempsey 8 x 10 Foto # 1 - Finden Sie alles für ihr Zuhause bei aktena.eu Gratis Versand durch Amazon schon ab einem Bestellwert von. Willard verlor damals seinen Weltmeistertitel, weil ihm sein von Kearns betreuter Gegner, Jack Dempsey, derart schwere Kopfverletzungen zugefügt hatte, daß.

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During this early part of his career, Dempsey campaigned in Utah, frequently entering fights in towns in the Wasatch Mountain Range region.

He followed his loss against Downey with a knockout win and two draws versus Johnny Sudenberg in Nevada. Three more wins and a draw followed when he met Downey again, this time resulting in a four-round draw.

Following these wins, Dempsey racked up 10 more wins that included matches against Sudenberg and Downey, knocking out Downey in two rounds.

These wins were followed with three no-decision matches, although at this point in the history of boxing, the use of judges to score a fight was often forbidden, so if a fight went the distance, it was called a draw or a no decision, depending on the state or county where the fight was held.

Afterward, he was accused by some boxing fans of being a slacker for not enlisting. This remained a black mark on his reputation until , when evidence produced showed he had attempted to enlist in the U.

Army , but had been classified 4-F. Among his opponents as a rising contender were Fireman Jim Flynn , the only boxer ever to beat Dempsey by a knockout when Dempsey lost to him in the first round although some boxing historians believe the fight was a "fix" , [24] and Gunboat Smith , formerly a highly ranked contender who had beaten both World Champion Jess Willard and Hall of Famer Sam Langford.

Dempsey beat Smith for the third time on a second-round knockout. Before he employed the long-experienced Jack Kearns as his manager, Dempsey was first managed by John J.

One year later, in , Dempsey fought in 17 matches, going 15—1 with one no-decision. One of those fights was with Flynn, who was knocked out by Dempsey, coincidentally, in the first round.

In , he won five consecutive regular bouts by knockout in the first round as well as a one-round special bout.

Ultimately, Willard was knocked down seven times by Dempsey in the first round. Accounts of the fight reported that Willard suffered a broken jaw, broken ribs, several broken teeth, and a number of deep fractures to his facial bones.

This aroused suspicion that Dempsey had cheated, with some questioning how the force capable of causing such damage had been transmitted through Dempsey's knuckles without fracturing them.

Other reports, however, failed to mention Willard suffered any real injuries. Following the match, Willard was quoted as saying, "Dempsey is a remarkable hitter.

It was the first time that I had ever been knocked off my feet. I have sent many birds home in the same bruised condition that I am in, and now I know how they felt.

I sincerely wish Dempsey all the luck possible and hope that he garnishes all the riches that comes with the championship.

I have had my fling with the title. I was champion for four years and I assure you that they'll never have to give a benefit for me.

I have invested the money I have made". After being fired by Dempsey, manager Jack Kearns gave an account of the fight in the January 20, issue of Sports Illustrated that has become known as the "loaded gloves theory".

In the interview, Kearns claimed to have informed Dempsey he had wagered his share of the purse favoring a Dempsey win with a first-round knockout.

Kearns further stated he had applied plaster of Paris to the wrappings on the fighter's hands. Boxing historian J.

Johnston said, "the films show Willard upon entering the ring walking over to Dempsey and examining his hands.

The Ring magazine founder and editor Nat Fleischer claimed to be present when Dempsey's hands were wrapped, stating, "Jack Dempsey had no loaded gloves, and no plaster of Paris over his bandages.

I watched the proceedings and the only person who had anything to do with the taping of Jack's hands was Deforest. Kearns had nothing to do with it, so his plaster of Paris story is simply not true.

Deforest himself said that he regarded the stories of Dempsey's gloves being loaded as libel, calling them "trash", and said he did not apply any foreign substance to them, which I can verify since I watched the taping.

Another rumor is that Dempsey used a knuckleduster during the first round. Some speculated that the object used was a rail spike.

He further asserted that the object appears to be removed by someone from Dempsey's corner. In the same film, however, Dempsey can be seen at various times during the fight pushing and holding with Willard with the palm of the glove in question and holding on to the ropes with both hands, making it next to impossible that he had any foreign object embedded in his glove, and the 'object' resembles a cigar.

Further controversy was fueled by the fact that Dempsey left the ring at the end of the first round, thinking the fight was over. This was seen as a violation of the rules, however Willard's corner did not ask for enforcement in order for the referee to disqualify Dempsey.

Following his victory, Jack Dempsey traveled around the country, making publicity appearances with circuses, staging exhibitions, and appearing in a low-budget Hollywood movie.

Miske was knocked out in three rounds. After 10 rounds, Brennan was ahead on points, and Dempsey's left ear was bleeding profusely.

Dempsey rebounded to stop Brennan in the 12th round. It generated the first million-dollar gate in boxing history; [8] a crowd of 91, watched the fight.

Though it was deemed "the Fight of the Century", experts anticipated a one-sided win for Dempsey. Carpentier wobbled Dempsey with a hard right in the second round.

A reporter at ringside, however, counted 25 punches from Dempsey in a single second exchange soon after he was supposedly injured by the right.

Dempsey ended up winning the match in the fourth round. Dempsey won the match as result of a round decision. Attendance was 85,, with another 20, trying to get inside the arena.

Firpo was knocked down repeatedly by Dempsey, yet continued to battle back, even knocking Dempsey down twice.

On the second occasion he was floored, Dempsey flew head-first through the ring ropes, landing on a ringside reporter's typewriter.

At this point he was out of the ring for approximately 14 seconds, less than the 20 second rule for out-of-ring knockouts. Nevertheless, he was helped back into the ring by the writers at ringside.

The fight was transmitted live by radio to Buenos Aires. Dempsey's heavyweight title-defending fights, exhibition fights, movies, and endorsements, made Dempsey one of the richest athletes in the world, putting him on the cover of TIME Magazine.

Dempsey did not defend his title for three years following the Firpo fight. There was pressure from the public and the media for Dempsey to defend his title against Black contender Harry Wills.

Disagreement exists among boxing historians as to whether Dempsey avoided Wills, though Dempsey claimed he was willing to fight him. When he originally won the title, however, he had said he would no longer fight Black boxers.

Instead of continuing to defend his title, Dempsey earned money with boxing exhibitions, product endorsements, and by appearing in films, such as the adventure film serial Daredevil Jack.

Dempsey also did a lot of traveling, spending, and partying. Kearns repeatedly sued Dempsey for large sums of money following his firing.

Marine Gene Tunney in Philadelphia , [F] a fighter who had only lost once in his career. In spite of his record, Tunney was considered the underdog against Dempsey.

The match ended in an upset, with Dempsey losing his title on points in 10 rounds. When the defeated Dempsey returned to his dressing room, he explained his loss to his wife by saying, "Honey, I forgot to duck.

Following his loss of the heavyweight title, Dempsey contemplated retiring but decided to try a comeback.

It was during this time period that tragedy struck his family when his brother, John Dempsey, shot his estranged wife Edna aged 21 and then killed himself in a murder-suicide , leaving behind a two-year-old son, Bruce.

Dempsey was called upon to identify the bodies and was emotionally affected by the incident. The fight was an elimination bout for a title shot against Tunney.

Sharkey was beating Dempsey until the end. The fight ended controversially when Sharkey claimed Dempsey had been hitting him below the belt.

When Sharkey turned to the referee to complain, he left himself unprotected. Dempsey crashed a left hook onto his foe's chin, and Sharkey was unable to beat the ten-count.

The Dempsey-Tunney rematch took place in Chicago, Illinois , on September 22, — one day less than a year after losing his title to Tunney.

Reportedly, gangster Al Capone offered to fix the rematch in his favor, but the referee was changed to prevent that from happening.

Tunney was paid a record one million dollars for the rematch. Today's equivalent in U. Dempsey was losing the fight on points when in the seventh round he knocked Tunney down with a left hook to the chin then landed several more punches.

A new rule instituted at the time of the fight mandated that when a fighter knocked down an opponent, he must immediately go to a neutral corner.

Dempsey, however, refused to immediately move to the neutral corner when instructed by the referee. The referee had to escort Dempsey to the neutral corner, which bought Tunney at least an extra five seconds to recover.

Even though the official timekeeper clocked 14 seconds Tunney was down, Tunney got up at the referee's count of 9. Dempsey then attempted to finish Tunney off before the end of the round, but failed to do so.

Tunney dropped Dempsey for a count of one in round eight and won the final two rounds of the fight, retaining the title of World Heavyweight Champion on a unanimous decision.

Ironically, the neutral corner rule was requested during negotiations by members of the Dempsey camp. Another discrepancy was, when Tunney knocked Dempsey down, the timekeeper started the count immediately, not waiting for Tunney to move to a neutral corner.

Dempsey retired from boxing following the Tunney rematch, but continued with numerous exhibition bouts. Following retirement, Dempsey became known as a philanthropist.

Van Dyke and co-starring Myrna Loy. The restaurant's name was later changed to Jack Dempsey's Broadway Restaurant when it relocated to Times Square on Broadway between 49th and 50th Streets.

It remained open until Dempsey married four times; his first two wives were Maxine Gates married from to and Estelle Taylor married in Williams was previously married to bandleader Roger Wolfe Kahn.

Dempsey and Williams had two children together and divorced in Dempsey then married Deanna Piatelli, remaining married to her until his death in The couple had one child, a daughter, whom they adopted together, and who would later write a book on Dempsey's life with Piatelli.

When the United States entered World War II , Dempsey had an opportunity to refute any remaining criticism of his war record of two decades earlier.

Dempsey joined the New York State Guard and was given a commission as a first lieutenant , later resigning that commission to accept a commission as a lieutenant in the Coast Guard Reserve.

Dempsey was promoted to lieutenant commander in December and commander in March Dempsey was released from active duty in September and received an honorable discharge from the Coast Guard Reserve in Dempsey authored a book on boxing titled Championship Fighting: Explosive Punching and Aggressive Defense and published in The book emphasizes knockout power derived from enabling fast motion from one's heavy bodyweight.

After the world-famous Louis-Schmeling fight , Dempsey stated he was glad he never had to face Joe Louis in the ring; when Louis eventually fell on hard times financially, Dempsey served as honorary chairman of a relief fund to assist him.

Dempsey made friends with former opponents Wills and Tunney after retirement, with Dempsey campaigning for Tunney's son, Democrat John V.

Tunney , when he successfully ran for the U. Senate , from California. He was also one of many boxers to attend the funeral of Feab S.

Williams better known as " George Godfrey ". Dempsey was an inaugural inductee to The Ring magazine's Boxing Hall of Fame disbanded in , [1] and was an inaugural inductee to the International Boxing Hall of Fame.

He recounted an incident where he was assaulted while walking home at night, telling the press in that the two young muggers attempted to grab his arms, but he broke free and laid them both out cold on the sidewalk.

The story of the encounter appeared in the Hendersonville Times-News , and reported the incident had taken place "a few years [earlier]".

In tribute to his legacy and boxing career, a PBS documentary summarized "Dempsey's boxing style consisted of constantly bobbing and weaving.

His attacks were furious and sustained. Behind it all was rage. His aggressive behavior prompted a rule that boxers had to retreat to a neutral corner and give opponents who had been knocked down a chance to get up.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the 20th-century boxing champion. For the 19th-century boxing champion, see Jack "Nonpareil" Dempsey.

For other uses, see Jack Dempsey disambiguation. American boxer. Light heavyweight Heavyweight. Main article: Jack Dempsey vs. Georges Carpentier. Main article: The Long Count Fight.

Jack Dempsey's first manager succumbs to an infection of his finger. His wife, reconciled after a long separation, is at the bedside with their children".

The New York Times. September 16, Retrieved October 16, Reisler, known on Broadway for many years as a barber, fight manager, and friend of the street's great and near-great, died yesterday Associated with Rickard life full of drama taught Dempsey left hook Dempsey winner in 15".

July 8, He was 80 years old. October 29, He was 81 years old. Lectured on Shakespeare". November 8, Gene Tunney, the former heavyweight boxing champion who twice defeated Jack Dempsey, died yesterday at the Greenwich Hospital in Connecticut.

He was 80 years old and had been suffering from a circulation ailment. Retrieved June 25, December 14, Retrieved June 24, The Fight. The American Experience.

September 22, Archived from the original on October 9, The Hardball Times. Retrieved September 2, March 8, Retrieved October 23, Gene Tunney 1st meeting - BoxRec".

Honolulu Advertiser. Associated Press. January 29, Retrieved January 30, Los Angeles Times. Retrieved March 16, Willard his antithesis giant Kansan disliked fighting and has only one great victory to his credit.

Dempsey a powerful hitter. Willard's age camouflaged". Retrieved August 14, South Florida History Magazine 2. Archived from the original PDF on March 13, Retrieved November 17, — via HistoryMiami.

January 12, Retrieved January 23, Roaring 20s: The Life of Jack Dempsey. Retrieved October 4, Kid Blackie. Ouray, CO: Wayfinder Press.

London: Robson, Trafalgar Square. Cox's Corner. Retrieved July 16, Archived from the original on April 15, Retrieved December 27, Ring Magazine.

Retrieved January 24, December 1, You Decide! Retrieved July 11, Tunney got up at the count of nine and went on to win the bout on a decision.

The count of nine was estimated to be a count of 14 but the long-count controversy would remain etched in boxing history. After losing the belt, Dempsey continued boxing in exhibitions after his defeat but retired from professional boxing in and went on to be a successful restaurant owner in New York.

Dempsey retired with an astounding record of Fifty of these wins were knockouts. He was a universally accepted sports star.

Edit Did You Know? Retrieved July 11, He had two children with Williams, Joan and Barbara, and adopted a daughter with Piatelli. July 3, Print Cite. He shined shoes, picked crops and worked at a sugar refinery, unloading beets for a measly ten cents per ton. Gene Tunney Mauern Der Gewalt meeting - BoxRec". Bob York. Another discrepancy was, when Tunney knocked Dempsey down, the timekeeper started the count immediately, not waiting for Tunney to move to a neutral corner. Jack Dempsey

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He was also one of many boxers to attend the funeral of Feab S. Williams better known as " George Godfrey ". Dempsey was an inaugural inductee to The Ring magazine's Boxing Hall of Fame disbanded in , [1] and was an inaugural inductee to the International Boxing Hall of Fame.

He recounted an incident where he was assaulted while walking home at night, telling the press in that the two young muggers attempted to grab his arms, but he broke free and laid them both out cold on the sidewalk.

The story of the encounter appeared in the Hendersonville Times-News , and reported the incident had taken place "a few years [earlier]".

In tribute to his legacy and boxing career, a PBS documentary summarized "Dempsey's boxing style consisted of constantly bobbing and weaving.

His attacks were furious and sustained. Behind it all was rage. His aggressive behavior prompted a rule that boxers had to retreat to a neutral corner and give opponents who had been knocked down a chance to get up.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the 20th-century boxing champion. For the 19th-century boxing champion, see Jack "Nonpareil" Dempsey.

For other uses, see Jack Dempsey disambiguation. American boxer. Light heavyweight Heavyweight. Main article: Jack Dempsey vs.

Georges Carpentier. Main article: The Long Count Fight. Jack Dempsey's first manager succumbs to an infection of his finger.

His wife, reconciled after a long separation, is at the bedside with their children". The New York Times. September 16, Retrieved October 16, Reisler, known on Broadway for many years as a barber, fight manager, and friend of the street's great and near-great, died yesterday Associated with Rickard life full of drama taught Dempsey left hook Dempsey winner in 15".

July 8, He was 80 years old. October 29, He was 81 years old. Lectured on Shakespeare". November 8, Gene Tunney, the former heavyweight boxing champion who twice defeated Jack Dempsey, died yesterday at the Greenwich Hospital in Connecticut.

He was 80 years old and had been suffering from a circulation ailment. Retrieved June 25, December 14, Retrieved June 24, The Fight.

The American Experience. September 22, Archived from the original on October 9, The Hardball Times. Retrieved September 2, March 8, Retrieved October 23, Gene Tunney 1st meeting - BoxRec".

Honolulu Advertiser. Associated Press. January 29, Retrieved January 30, Los Angeles Times. Retrieved March 16, Willard his antithesis giant Kansan disliked fighting and has only one great victory to his credit.

Dempsey a powerful hitter. Willard's age camouflaged". Retrieved August 14, South Florida History Magazine 2.

Archived from the original PDF on March 13, Retrieved November 17, — via HistoryMiami. January 12, Retrieved January 23, Roaring 20s: The Life of Jack Dempsey.

Retrieved October 4, Kid Blackie. Ouray, CO: Wayfinder Press. London: Robson, Trafalgar Square. Cox's Corner. Retrieved July 16, Archived from the original on April 15, Retrieved December 27, Ring Magazine.

Retrieved January 24, December 1, You Decide! Retrieved July 11, July 5, Saturday Section: Sports, p. New York: Fleet Publishing Corp.

Retrieved June 23, The Lawless Decade. Something in the Air. New York: Random House. Retrieved July 10, TIME Magazine.

September 10, Retrieved January 20, The Milwaukee Journal. Princeton, New Jersey. November 16, Dublin, Ireland: University College Dublin.

Assassination Attempt". Boxer Identifies Bodies. He Is Deeply Affected by the Tragedy. The couple Had Been Estranged for Year". July 3, Apparently in a spell of temporary insanity due to a recurring attack of an illness to which he had been subject for several years, John Dempsey, brother of the former heavyweight champion, fatally shot his year-old revile, Edna, in a rooming house here today.

July 3, , page Archived from the original on March 23, Retrieved January 1, Jack Dempsey — The Idol of Fistiana. New York: C.

Archived from the original on March 14, Retrieved July 30, August 1, Tips on Tables. Retrieved June 22, Retrieved September 16, June 22, Retrieved January 16, Self published.

Sirica, Watergate case judge, dies at 88". August 15, Archived from the original on November 29, Hendersonville Times-News.

Retrieved January 19, Irish American Hall of Fame. Retrieved June 15, Archived from the original on July 18, Retrieved February 13, Grand Lodge of British Columbia A.

Freemason Home Page. Archived from the original on April 11, Sugar Ray Robinson Award. Turning professional under the name Kid Blackie, Dempsey fought in saloons, coal-mining towns, back allies, lumberjack camps, and numerous hick and tank towns around the United States.

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Following their move from West Virginia, Dempsey's father and his two older brothers worked as miners, and the family moved frequently around Colorado and Utah in pursuit of mining jobs.

At the age of 8, Dempsey took his first job picking crops on a farm near Steamboat Springs, Colarado. Over the next few years, he worked as a farm hand, miner and cowboy to help support his struggling family.

As an adult, Dempsey often said that he loved three kinds of work — boxing, mining and cowboying — and would have been equally happy doing any of the three.

During these years, Dempsey's older brother, Bernie, earned extra money as a prizefighter in the saloons of hardscrabble Rocky Mountain towns.

It was Bernie who taught young Jack how to fight, instructing him to chew pine tar gum to strengthen his jaw and soak his face in brine to toughen his skin.

He dropped out of school after the eighth grade, though, to begin working full time. He shined shoes, picked crops and worked at a sugar refinery, unloading beets for a measly ten cents per ton.

By the age of 17, Dempsey had developed into a skilled young boxer, and decided he could make more money fighting than working.

For the next five years, from , Dempsey traveled from mining town to mining town, picking up fights wherever he could. Downey was so angry that he made Dempsey fight another opponent before he paid him.

Bernie was still prizefighting at that time, calling himself Jack Dempsey, after the great 19th-century boxer Jack "Nonpareil" Dempsey. One day in , Bernie fell ill, and his younger brother offered to fill in for him.

Assuming the name Jack Dempsey for the first time that night, he won his brother's fight decisively and never relinquished the name.

By , Dempsey had earned enough of a reputation to book more prominent and better-paying fights in San Francisco and on the East Coast.

On Independence Day in , Dempsey got his first big opportunity: A fight against world heavyweight champion Jess Willard.

Nicknamed "The Great White Hope," Willard stood a menacing 6 feet 6 inches tall and weighed in at pounds. No one in the boxing world thought the 6'1", pound Dempsey stood a chance.

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  1. Mezidal

    Es ist schade, dass ich mich jetzt nicht aussprechen kann - es gibt keine freie Zeit. Aber ich werde befreit werden - unbedingt werde ich schreiben dass ich in dieser Frage denke.

  2. Daikinos

    Wie die Variante, ja

  3. Dibei

    Ja, ich verstehe Sie.

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