Ray Arcel: A Boxing Biography

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I said: 'The minute he starts backing up like that, don't follow him. Just stand there and look at him. When the fight began, sure enough Loche started to back up, but Frazer just stood there and waved his glove. When he did that, those 20, lunatics let loose. You never heard screaming and hollering like that in all your life. Frazer won the fight right then and there. The other guy couldn't fight anymore. To be sure, Arcel had his share of bad nights, too, particularly against the heavyweight champion Joe Louis. Arcel handled 14 of Louis's opponents, and carted so many of them out of the ring that he became known as "The Meat Wagon.

Arcel was born in Terre Haute, Ind.

Ray Arcel: A Boxing Biography

Arcel attended Stuyvesant High in Lower Manhattan -- a school requiring stiff academic entrance exams -- and often rode to the school by bike. At one point he intended to be a doctor. But he began fighting in weekend amateur bouts, and his interest shifted to boxing. He was 82 years old when he worked his last championship bout -- in Larry Holmes's corner, assisting the trainer Eddie Futch in a successful title defense against Gerry Cooney.

He is survived by his second wife; a son-in-law, Clem Bloch of Ossining, N.

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  7. Verified Purchase. Ray Arcel cast a long shadow over an often very dark sport during his seventy years as a trainer to some of the finest fighters ever to lace up the gloves. His shadow was one of basic decency, a strategic mastery and an unmitigated concern for his fighters. Surprisingly, though, while he is remembered for bringing great fighters to championships, his career was also marked by the frustration of being in the opposite corner in thirteen of Joe Louis' title defenses.

    However, such was his respect for the Brown Bomber that when Ezzard Charles finally ended Louis' long winning streak, Arcel stood in the center of the ring with both great fighters and wept. This book covers Arcel's early ascent through the historic 's, working with the great Benny Leonard and Barney Ross. Arcel refused to be lured into the corruption of boxing and the mob influence, and nearly paid for it with his life. He was driven from boxing until approached by the Panamanian Carlos Eleta and asked to manage a young Roberto Duran.

    anigimacah.tk Arcel directed the career of the great lightweight champion until the infamous "No Mas" fight. Though there are many wonderful and colorful stories surrounding Arcel's career, few are recounted here, which is unfortunate. However, Donald Dewey writes a well told biography of a man who in many ways transcended his sport.

    May 11, - Published on Amazon. I loved this book.