Found May 19, 2013 on Streaming Sports Talk:
  Remember Jerry Quarry? He was a perennial mainstay in the heavyweight division throughout the1960′s and 1970′s. The dominant “White Hope” of that era. Jerry was always in the thick of the title picture and had a tremendous following. The fans either loved him or hated him. They could never seem to find a middle ground and either could the odds makers. Just when it seemed that Quarry had arrived at the crest of his skills, those skills would desert him. Untimely losses and remarkable come back wins were his claim to fame. What Jerry had is what  many of today’s top heavyweights lack. That was charisma. Win or lose the fans always got their money’s worth and the press produced reams of copy on Jerry’s adventures in and out of the ring. Quarry entered the pro ranks with the reputation as a comer. An accomplished amateur, Jerry’s progress up the fistic ladder was on its way. As Jerry began to establish his credentials he began to receive more and more interest. One of the interested p...
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