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Buster Mathis - 1970s Heavyweights

Mathis died too young at the age of 52 in 1995 after suffering a heart attack. He retired from boxing after 34 professional fights all of which he lost just four. Three of those four came in his final four fights, losses to some very good fighters in Jerry Quarry, a title shot loss to Muhammad Ali, and his final fight a loss to Ron Lyle, After winning his first 23 fights, Mathis was knocked out by Joe Frazier in the 11th round.

Harv Aronson

Harv Aronson

Harv currently writes for Abstract Sports, the Sports History Network, and the magazine Gridiron Greats. Harv wrote the published book "Pro Football's Most Passionate Fans" and as a professional writer has had articles published in an array of sports publications.

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