Definition of Sugar Ray Robinson
1. Noun. United States prizefighter who won the world middleweight championship five times and the world welterweight championship once (1921-1989).
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Literary usage of Sugar Ray Robinson
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1. Muhammad Ali & Company by Thomas Hauser (1998)
"Roy Jones: Number one, Sugar Ray Robinson. And number two—this might surprise you—Salvador Sanchez. Sanchez was from Mexico and he died young [Sanchez was ..."
2. Oversight of the Professional Boxing Industry: Hearing Before the Committee edited by John McCain (2000)
"In the 1950's, Johnny Bratton was likened to Sugar Ray Robinson. They called him the Honey Boy. Mentally afflicted, he ended up pan-handling on street ..."
3. An Inverted Sort of Prayer by Chris F. Needham (2006)
"I thought the one was perhaps Sugar Ray Robinson or else a young Cassius Clay, but I was still very much unsure—his face was distorted by his opponent's ..."