Rocky ran up the Philadelphia Art Museum steps
Philadelphia Museum of Art in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Rocky Balboa would beat the heck out of Rocky from Shake it Up.
He was from Philadelphia. The steps he ran up at the end of the film has a Rocky statue today.
no rocky balboa is not real he was mad up by movie star sylver styloone
The steps at the entrance of the Philadelphia Museum of Art in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania have famously become nicknamed the "Rocky" steps. In the movie, Rocky ran up a total of 72 stone steps.
The Art Museum.
While Rocky Balboa is only a fictional character in the "Rocky" movies- he started fighting at age 15 and boxed against other underdog fighters like himself. Then he was given the opportunity to go up against the world heavyweight champion Apollo Creed. So Rocky trained himself real hard by running up and down the steps in Philadelphia. Even though he did not win the first fight- he managed to last throughout the rounds. Apollo then declared a rematch and Rocky won against him in the second fight. That made him the new world heavyweight champion. He instantly became a worldwide celebrity and was seen on television as well as merchandise. Then he ended up fighting guys like Clubber Lang and Ivan Drago. After that was when he lost all of his money and ended up having to retire from fighting due to permanent brain damage. Rocky then ended up training Tommy "the Machine" Gunn who later betrayed him and caused them both to fight on the streets. Many years later- Rocky comes out of retirement to fight a much younger boxer named Mason "the Line" Dixon. This was his last fight ever and he still is remembered to this day for being one of the greatest boxers of all time.
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he beat up rocky balboa and stole his tiger during the boxing match but that isn't his tiger he mated that tiger with an albino liger and that is his tiger
There was the fiction character, Rocky Balboa, played in five or six films by Sylvester Stallone, who wrote the first Rocky in a desperate attempt to get into movies. There were two other Real-Life Rocky's, one was Rocky Grazzione, the other was Rocky Marcionne (spelt something like that). One of them was a boxer and was played by Paul Newman in the movie Somebody Up There Likes Me. I'm sure there's a lot more Rocky's out there somewhere.
According to wikipedia:" Sylvester Stallone's original concept for Rocky, and the character Rocky Balboa, was inspired by his viewing of a fight between Muhammed Ali and Chuck Wepner. The idea of an underdog going the distance and putting up a fierce fight against all odds appealed to Stallone. "Wikipedia also says that the character Apollo Creed was 'loosely' based on Muhammed Ali.