Many were the pugilists, particularly Americans, who throughout the history of boxing emerged in prison as values in the art of fists. And they came to consecrate themselves. Boys of gang origin, thieves and murderers who purged their sentences, left the prison as protagonists of boxing evenings, taking a profession that, not all, served them to prolong an honest and clean life. Of the best-known heavyweights who had long stayed behind bars, Sonny Liston became world heavyweight champion (he lost the title with Cassius Clay) but after his retirement, he died in his Las Vegas apartment under strange circumstances.
He could never separate from his mafia drivers, who always marked his destiny. Another case to highlight was the dark giant Ron Lyle, who was released on bail (served time for robbery) to fight. On March 19, 1974, the huge Lyle earned him points, in Denver, Colorado, Oscar Ringo Bonavena. Then, on May 16, 1975, Lyle fought for the title against Muhammad Ali (he was no longer Cassius Clay) in Las Vegas, losing by technical knockout in the 11th round. Lyle ended up in bankruptcy.
Del Potro lost to Khachanov and was eliminated from Roland Garros
The Russian won against the Tandilense by 7-5, 6-3, 3-6 and 6-3. No more Argentine left in the race at the French Grand Slam
The Tiger case ran the milestone of possible discussions
The coronation of the Matador shortly after his consummate descent showed residences between Superliga and AFA, raised dust in Conmebol and puts in check the Average, the descent and even the absurd crack on the good game and its results.
The AFA confirmed it through a posting on social networks and there indicated that the elected was the current player of Tigers of Mexico
The man who asks himself questions
It does not support a formidable trajectory, but the experiences that he picked up in the clubs and in the National Team were very valuable and from now on Independiente will have to transcend the football growth that he showed in Defense and Justice.