It was Ezzard Charles.
Ezzard Charles, the Cincinnati cobra.
idi amin, believe it or not.
Ezzard Charles held the title from June 22,1949 until May 30,1951.
LaMotta was rated in the middleweight and light heavyweight divisions and was the World Middleweight Champion between 1949-1951. He beat Marcel Cerdan for the title and lost it to Sugar Ray Robinson.
Jersey Joe KO'ed Ezzard Charles in the 7th round on July 18, 1951.
He was welterweight champion from 1946 to 1951, and 5 time middleweight champion from 1951 through to 1960.
ACADEMICS • Dereck Walcott - International Nobel Prize in Literature (1992) • Vidia Naipaul - International Nobel Prize in Literature (2001) CULTURE • Janelle Commissiong - Miss Universe (1977) • Dareem Charles - Mr. World - Junior (1979) • Giselle La Ronde - Miss World (1986) • Wendy Fitzwillian - Miss Universe (1998) • Billy Ocean - International Grammy Award Winner (1984) • Peter Minshall - International Emmy Award Winner (2002) • Eclectik Dance Crew - World Hip-Hop Champion (2007) • Darnell Thomas - World Performing Arts Instrumental Champion (2008) • Country Boys Group - World Performing Arts Tassa Champion (2008) SPORTS • Hasley Crawford - Olympic 100m Champion (1976) • Rachel Marshall - Paralympics Javelin and Shot Put Champion (1984) • Ato Boldon - World 100m and 200m Champion - Junior (1992) • Ato Boldon - World Championships 200m Winner (1997) • Darrel Brown - World Championships 100m Winner - Junior (2002) • Marc Burns - World Athletics Final 100m Champion (2005) • Renny Quow - World Championships 400m Winner - Junior (2006) • Rhonda Watkins -World Championships Long Jump Winner - Junior (2006) • Claude Noel - World Boxing Champion - Lightweight -(1981) • Leslie Stewart - World Boxing Champion - Light Heavyweight (1987) • Ria Ramnarine - World Boxing Champion - Mini Flyweight (2005) • Jizelle Salandy - World Boxing Champion - Middleweight (2007) • Maria Nunes - World Golf Champion - Junior (1979) • Stephen Ames - World Golf Players Championship Winner (2006) • National Netball Team - World Champion (1979) RECORDS • Mc Donald Bailey - World Fastest 110m Sprint (1951) • National Men's Relay Team - World Fastest 440m Run (1966) • Darrel Brown - World Fastest 100m, Youth (2001) and Junior (2003) • Kerron Clement - World Fastest 400m Run - Indoors (2005) • Jizelle Salandy - Most (5) World Boxing Titles Held (2007) • Brian Lara - Cricket Highest First Class (1994) and Test Score (2004) • George Bovell - World Fastest 200m Swim Medley (2004) • National Football Team - World Cup Smallest Nation (2006)
The 1951 F1 champion was Juan Manuel Fangio. He drove for the Alfa Romeo team.
Foreign Intrigue - 1951 The Boxing Game 4-3 was released on: USA: 14 October 1954
Juan Manuel Fangio
Juan Manuel Fangio won the 1955 Formula One World Championship with the Mercedes chassis (third overall) with 40 points.He was previously champion in 1951 (with Alfa Romeo) and 1954 (with Maserati/Mercedes).