Max Baer( OUTSTANDING BOXER)
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Biography Max Baer
Max Baer (real name Maximillian Adelbert Baer) was born February 11, 1909 in a German Jewish family. This was a talented boxer, a handsome man, which is acclaimed for his playing style of warfare nickname "unsolved clown.
Max Baer appeared with a six-pointed star on his shorts. Leaving the ring, he usually did a somersault. Could a break in my own way chat with someone from the audience, curious, say, mothers-health or crops on the farm. He gave the most extravagant interview, reporters shaft cut down on his press conference. He had a lively character and reputation of the ladies' man and drinkers that did not prevent him from being a great boxer.
In 1933, at a press conference he stated that the accounts with the two "Nazis". Max was referring to was the German former world champion Max Schmeling and the current world champion, Italian Primo Carnera.
Already in June 1933 Baer met with the first of them. The battle took place in New York with the overwhelming advantage of Max Baer on his namesake to eminent. The audience shouted: "Strike!" Nazi! "That Baer with pleasure and did. In the 10th round the referee stopped the bout and announced by Max Baer's official candidate for the match for the championship.
So next rival clown ring "was to become seduced Mussolini's Italian Primo Carnera. Whole year in preparation for the match Max in numerous interviews to the press in every way insulted rival, . and once during the filming, . in which they were taken along with Primo Carnera, . he went to the Italian and said to say:, . a director would not allow me to send you to the next world, . But now hasten to choose a spot at the cemetery,
The match took place on June 6, 1934 in New York's Madison Square Garden. For all the eleven rounds Max beat the champion and in each round the body of Italy's favorite turned out on the floor. Thrice Carnera turned to the referee with a request to stop the fight, but the referee threatened athlete lifetime disqualification and the beating continued. Only in the 11th round the referee stopped the fight and declared the new world champion Max Baer.
Taking the highest title, Max Baer changed his life. He admitted to reporters that he had never loved the battle is a different matter - a careless high life. Sports reporters have been in despair, they could not capture the Max in a training room, with fighting gloves. But their colleagues from other publications now and then published the photographs, where the champion nezhilsya on the beach, filmed in Hollywood, squeezed the winners of beauty contests ... Kind of life did not help improve fitness world champion and exactly one year later he lost the title in the battle against little-known descendant of Irish immigrants James Bredoka.
Max Baer died Nov. 21, 1959 from a heart attack.