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FORMER WORLD CHAMPION EMILE GRIFFITH DEAD AT 75

 

 

Champion boxer Emile Griffith who famously won a 1962 title fight that killed his opponent is dead at 75

- Griffith was a welterweight then middleweight champ revered for his slick, lightning quick style

- The deadly title fight cast a shadow over the sport of boxing for much of the 1960s

 
By Ap Reporter   -  dailymail.co.uk

Emile Griffith, the world champion boxer best remembered for fatally beating his opponent in a 1962 title bout, died Tuesday at age 75.
He died at an extended care facility in Hempstead, New York, the International Boxing Hall of Fame said.
The U.S. Virgin Islands native struggled with pugilistic dementia and required full-time care late in life, likely due to the blows he received throughout his career.

Champ: Pictured later in his life, Famed world champion boxer Emile Griffith has died at 75. He was best known for a title bout he won and which ultimately proved deadly for his opponent Bennie Paret

Champ: Pictured later in his life, Famed world champion boxer Emile Griffith has died at 75. He was best known for a title bout he won and which ultimately proved deadly for his opponent Bennie Paret

Griffith was the first boxer from the U.S. Virgin Islands to become world champion and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1990.
‘Emile was a gifted athlete and truly a great boxer,’ Hall of Fame director Ed Brophy said. ‘Outside the ring he was as great a gentleman as he was a fighter. He always had time for boxing fans when visiting the hall on an annual basis and was one of the most popular boxers to return year after year.’
Griffith often attended fights in New York, especially at Madison Square Garden, where he headlined 23 times. He was also a frequent visitor to the many boxing clubs around New York City. He would slowly rise from his seat, often with assistance, and smile while waving when he was acknowledged.

Fatal blows: Cuban-born Benny 'Kid' Paret, 25 years-old, is carried from the ring at Madison Square Garden after the title fight he lost to Griffith in March 1962, a fight that ultimately killed him

Fatal blows: Cuban-born Benny 'Kid' Paret, 25 years-old, is carried from the ring at Madison Square Garden after the title fight he lost to Griffith in March 1962, a fight that ultimately killed him

Ill-fated: The doomed 'Kid' Peret grins as he reads Griffith's weigh prior to the fight that put him in a coma, before he died 10 days later 

Ill-fated: The doomed 'Kid' Peret grins as he reads Griffith's weigh prior to the fight that put him in a coma, before he died 10 days later

The outpouring of love that he received late in life stood in stark contrast to the way he was received after March 24, 1962, when he fought Bennie ‘The Kid’ Paret before a national TV audience at the Garden. Griffith knocked out his bitter rival in the 12th round to regain the welterweight title. Paret went into a coma and died from his injuries 10 days later.
Sports Illustrated reported in 2005 that Griffith may have been fueled by an anti-gay slur directed at him by Paret during the weigh-in. Over the years, Griffith described himself at various times as straight, gay and bisexual.
‘People spit at me in the street. We stayed in a hotel. Every time there was a knock on the door, I would run into the next room. I was so scared,’ Griffith told The Associated Press in 1993, recalling the days after Paret's death.

Famous friends: Emile Griffith gives a friendly blow to legendary heavyweight Joe Frazier the 1968 at Madison Square Garden

Famous friends: Emile Griffith gives a friendly blow to legendary heavyweight Joe Frazier the 1968 at Madison Square Garden

Champion: A June 8, 1963 photo shows Griffith hoisted in victory after his split decision victory over over Luis Rodriguez for the welterweight world championship 

Champion: A June 8, 1963 photo shows Griffith hoisted in victory after his split decision victory over over Luis Rodriguez for the welterweight world championship

The shocking outcome left a cloud over the sport for many years. NBC stopped airing boxing broadcasts, and then-New York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller created a commission to investigate the bout and the sport. The referee that night, Ruby Goldstein, never worked another fight.
The fight became the basis for the 2005 documentary Ring of Fire: The Emile Griffith Story. One of the final scenes shows Griffith embracing Paret's son.
‘I was never the same fighter after that. After that fight, I did enough to win. I would use my jab all the time. I never wanted to hurt the other guy,’ Griffith said. ‘I would have quit, but I didn't know how to do anything else but fight.’
And fight he could.

Skillful: Pictured here in a 1969 title fight against champion Jose Napoles at the Forum in Los Angeles, Griffith was known more for his slick style and speed than for his punching power
 

Skillful: Pictured here in a 1969 title fight against champion Jose Napoles at the Forum in Los Angeles, Griffith was known more for his slick style and speed than for his punching power

Number 1: Griffth smiles after regaining his welterweight world championship title by defeating Luis Rodriguez, at New York's Madison Square Garden in 1963. Griffth died July 23 at age 75 

Number 1: Griffth smiles after regaining his welterweight world championship title by defeating Luis Rodriguez, at New York's Madison Square Garden in 1963. Griffth died July 23 at age 75

Known for his overwhelming speed and slick style — certainly not his punching power — Griffith was a prodigy from the moment he stepped in Hall of Fame trainer Gil Clancy's gym in Queens. Griffith had been working in a hat factory when, as the story goes, he took off his shirt on a hot day and the factory owner realized how strong he was.
Under the eye of Clancy, Griffith blossomed into a New York Golden Gloves champion and eventually turned professional. He easily defeated the likes of Florentino Fernandez and Luis Rodriguez during an era when it was common to fight every couple of weeks, quickly earning a welterweight title shot against Paret in 1961.

Softer side: In this 1965 photo, Griffith relaxes by painting in his New York hotel room. The International Boxing Hall of Fame says the former world champion boxer has died at 75
 
 
Softer side: In this 1965 photo, Griffith relaxes by painting in his New York hotel room. The International Boxing Hall of Fame says the former world champion boxer has died at 75

Serious company: Flanked by boxing legends Buster Mathis and Joe Frazier in 1968, Griffith was among fellow champions 

Serious company: Flanked by boxing legends Buster Mathis and Joe Frazier in 1968, Griffith was among fellow champions

Griffith won the championship with a 13th-round knockout at the Garden before losing the belt to Paret in a rematch five months later.
After winning back the title during his controversial third fight with Paret — many believe Paret never should have been allowed in the ring after a brutal loss to Gene Fullmer three months earlier — Griffith would eventually move up to middleweight. He knocked down Dick Tiger for the first time in his career and claimed the title with a narrow but unanimous decision.
Griffith would go on to lose twice during a thrilling trilogy with Nino Benvenuti, his lone victory coming at Shea Stadium in 1967, and lost two bouts against the great middleweight Carlos Monzon. Griffith would finally retire in 1977 after losing his last three fights, his record standing at 85-24-2 with 23 knockouts.

Film worthy: The legendary fighter poses at the premier of Ring Of Fire: The Emile Griffith Story, which aired on the USA Network

Film worthy: The legendary fighter poses at the premier of Ring Of Fire: The Emile Griffith Story, which aired on the USA Network

Griffith would go on to train several champions, including Wilfred Benitez and Juan Laporte, among the most popular boxers in Puerto Rican history.
His humor and generosity buoyed those close to him as his health deteriorated in later years. He would still make the pilgrimage to Canastota, N.Y., for the Hall of Fame induction ceremonies, regaling fans young and old with tales, even though the details often became hazy, the result of the many blows he sustained during his career.
There was no immediate word on survivors or funeral arrangements.

Griffith smiles at a 2007 event retiring Madison Square Garden's historic boxing ring. Griffith suffered from dementia late in life due to the blows he took as a boxer. He died July 23 at an extended care facility in New York
 
Griffith smiles at a 2007 event retiring Madison Square Garden's historic boxing ring. Griffith suffered from dementia late in life due to the blows he took as a boxer. He died July 23 at an extended care facility in New York
 

Sourcewww.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2375162/Emile-Griffith-dead-75-Champion-boxer-famously-won-title-fight-killed-opponent.html

 

Boxing champ Emile Griffith dead at 75; known for fatal beating of Cuba's Benny Paret

By  DAVE SKRETTA
AP Sports Writer  - 
miamiherald.com

Inside the smaller theater at Madison Square Garden about five years ago, shortly before a world title fight, Emile Griffith was introduced one more time to the crowd. He rose shakily from his seat, waved ever so briefly and then sat down.
The applause kept going.
Revered in retirement perhaps more than during his fighting days, Griffith died Tuesday at 75 after a long battle with pugilistic dementia. The first fighter to be crowned world champion from the U.S. Virgin Islands, Griffith required full-time care late in life and died at an extended care facility in Hempstead, N.Y.
"Emile was a gifted athlete and truly a great boxer," Hall of Fame director Ed Brophy said. "Outside the ring he was as great a gentleman as he was a fighter."
An elegant fighter with a quick jab, Griffith's brilliant career was overshadowed by the televised fatal beating he gave Cuban-born Benny "The Kid" Paret in a 1962 title bout. The outcome darkened the world of boxing, even prompting some network television stations to stop showing live fights.
It also cast him as a pariah to many inside and outside the sport.
He went on to have a successful career after that fatal fight, but Griffith acknowledged later in life that he was never the same boxer. He would fight merely to win, piling up the kind of decisions that are praised by purists but usually jeered by fans hoping for a knockout.
Griffith often attended fights in his later years, especially at the Garden, where he headlined 28 times. He was also a frequent visitor to the boxing clubs around New York City, and made the pilgrimage most years to the sport's Hall of Fame in Canastota, N.Y.
"He always had time for boxing fans when visiting the hall on an annual basis," Brophy said, "and was one of the most popular boxers to return year after year."
That outpouring of love that he received late in life stood in stark contrast to the way he was received after March 24, 1962, when he fought Paret before a national TV audience at the Garden. Griffith knocked out his bitter rival in the 12th round to regain his own welterweight title, and Paret went into a coma and died from his injuries 10 days later.
Sports Illustrated reported in 2005 that Griffith may have been fueled by an anti-gay slur directed at him by Paret during the weigh-in. Over the years, in books and interviews, Griffith described himself at various times as straight, gay and bisexual.
"People spit at me in the street," Griffith told The Associated Press in 1993, recalling the days after Paret's death. "We stayed in a hotel. Every time there was a knock on the door, I would run into the next room. I was so scared."
The Paret fight left a cloud over the sport for many years. NBC halted its live boxing broadcasts, and then-New York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller created a commission to investigate the bout and the sport. The referee that night, Ruby Goldstein, never worked another fight.
The fight became the basis for the 2005 documentary "Ring of Fire: The Emile Griffith Story." One of the final scenes shows Griffith embracing Paret's son.
"I was never the same fighter after that. After that fight, I did enough to win. I would use my jab all the time. I never wanted to hurt the other guy," Griffith said. "I would have quit, but I didn't know how to do anything else but fight."
And fight he could.
Known for his overwhelming speed and slick style — certainly not his punching power — Griffith was a prodigy from the moment he stepped in Hall of Fame trainer Gil Clancy's gym in Queens, N.Y. Griffith had been working in a hat factory when, as the story goes, he took off his shirt on a hot day and the factory owner noticed his muscles.
Under the watchful eye of Clancy, Griffith blossomed into a New York Golden Gloves champion and eventually turned professional. He easily defeated the likes of Florentino Fernandez and Luis Rodriguez during an era when it was common to fight every couple of weeks.
He quickly earned a title shot against Paret in 1961, winning the welterweight belt with a knockout in the 13th round. Griffith would lose it to Paret in a rematch five months later.
After winning back the title during their controversial third fight — many believe Paret never should have been allowed in the ring after a brutal loss to Gene Fullmer three months earlier — Griffith would eventually move up to middleweight. He knocked down Dick Tiger for the first time in his career and claimed the title with a narrow but unanimous decision
.
Griffith would go on to lose twice during a thrilling trilogy with Nino Benvenuti, his lone victory coming at Shea Stadium in 1967, and lost two bouts against the great middleweight Carlos Monzon. Griffith would finally retire in 1977 after losing his last three fights.
He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1990 with a record of 85-24-2 and 23 knockouts.
Griffith would go on to train several champions over the years, including Wilfred Benitez and Juan Laporte, among the most popular boxers in Puerto Rican history.
His humor and generosity buoyed those close to him as his health deteriorated in later years. He would regale fans young and old with tales of his fights, even though details often became hazy, the result of the many blows during his career.
Griffith had four sisters — Eleanor, Gloria, Karen and Joyce — and three brothers — Franklin, Guillermo and Tony. He is also survived by his adopted son, Luis Griffith.
Funeral arrangements are pending.
"Emile was courageous in and out of the ring, a true champion and a legendary figure that fought an amazing 28 times at Madison Square Garden," said Joel Fisher, executive vice president of MSG Sports. "Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends." 
 
 

 

  

 

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