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When people refer to The Golden Age of Heavyweight Boxing... in my opinion... they're referring to the time of Ali, Frazier, Norton and Foreman and... you know... around that era. If you could put a timeframe on that... what would it be? Mid 60s - Late 70s? I'm not sure and I'd like some feedback!
 

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What's generally considered the Golden Era of Boxing today is 1940s through the 1980s.


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JCC said:
What's generally considered the Golden Era of Boxing today is 1940s through the 1980s.


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"So Post-Joe Louis to Post-When Mike Tyson was a good boxer?"
 

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Actually, the 30's didn't have a bad division, so probably the dawn of Louis's career.
 

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bill1234 said:
Actually, the 30's didn't have a bad division, so probably the dawn of Louis's career.
So... the dawn of Joe Louis to Tyson losing to Douglas?
 

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bill1234 said:
Yup. Thats it.
Perfect... I'm gonna write a book about it! I think I'm gonna call it "From Louis To Tyson"... 'something like that!'
 
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