Dec 3, 1981
Joe Frazier between rounds of his heavyweight bout with Jumbo Cummings
Mar 30, 1981
Harry Carpenter smiles
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Chris Eubank celebrates after beating Canada's Dan Sherry for the WBO Middleweight title
Jan 17, 1981
Marvin Hagler celebrates his win
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