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"jack dempsey" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

07:50 min | 3 months ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Dot com John It was way way back about 100 years ago. The great boxer Jack Dempsey, the first boxer ever to climb into a ring have so many fans there. I'm pretty sure there wasnt paper view back in 1920 something On the certain of it action, But so many fans were there, and it was such a big deal that it was the 1st $1,000,000 gate in boxing history and Dempsey a chorus Jack Dempsey One of the you know, Titans of sports in the 19 twenties. Think of Babe, You think Jack Dempsey, a couple of others, and he's He's one of those guys with, I think, frankly. Maybe the coolest first name out there. The name Jack. It's a great name. We got a body of name is kid, Jack. I was kind of jealous like I wasn't Jack's name for John. I don't know. But if I have any generally it isthe father having Katie I feel like four jacks. More jacks are actually John than people were actually named Interesting. Okay. On deck today could bay but I'm curious John from you, not Jack. But John Ritchie, call me Jack James Celts or not Jack Seltzer. Oh, and everyone into 155 1994 94. I'm looking for a famous Jack. It's a great name that Bojack how many times that Brian talking just called people, Jack like a jack like that's some dog today, Bojack. I know Richie. Give me a famous Jack. Best answer by the end of the show wins the gift card. Give me a famous Jack Jack in Diane. A good answer. John Cougar Mellencamp. That Jack I like that, Jack. That little ditty was about him. That's very good. An American kid doing the best he could. I like that answer. It's an outstanding song. James Seltzer. Give me a fair is a lot out there. I want people to think about it. 21559 to 94 94. Best answer wins a gift card. In addition, obviously weighing in throughout the course of the show on NBC will get the field here. Surely James, give me a famous Jack. My answer is the definition of a non winning answer. It is a marginally famous Jack, if that's even fair, Jack Fritz, Jack Fred. Ah, look at that. Yeah, I would say Jack Fritz a J. F versus JFK, a big girl, a Jack Kennedy and listen, He's really a John Kennedy. But they would call him Jack. So he's also kind of counts, so I don't know. I felt Kennedy might be impossible to beat. Someone would say it right out of the gate. And then we'd have a lack of interest here because it's like who's going to be Kennedy. I'd hit us up here to 1559 to 94 94. There are a lot of famous Jax Who do you got here? As the top of the top of the totem pole to 155 1994. 94. Yes, Yeah. Ah, Joel Embiid. I I feel a CZ, though. You forget what it's like watching this team play. I feel as though your eagerness Tio have the MBA start up again has sort of clouded your reality. I have wondered about that about myself. I I know that Joel Embiid is his best. When he gets to the free throw line, right, Jo Ellan, be incredible, free throw shooter. Ah, in the playoffs. It felt like when he was going to the line. We were winning games, right? You realize that He can't go to the line as often when he starts every possession hanging around dad out at the three point line, and that's our That's our offense. Well, sometimes there are your right. Not all the time. There are times when it seems as though we forced the you know, Get down low. Joel and we will do that right And that's when we win. But more often than not because of Ben Simmons. And the way you know what if Ben Simmons comes back, and he has a new outlook on life, a new lease on shooting, which I do think like there's a part of me that says Deep down, maybe Ben Simmons because of the reality Because of that, all of this covert situation, it could make him less fearful of shooting. Like this. This is my pipe dream. It makes him less fearful of shooting and we have this epiphany, and he actually does what he's asked to dio that can even everything out. But Jo Jo well doesn't go to the line the way he needs to You can't trust him because he won't be going to the line. That Is another reason for my answer right to 1559 to 94 9 forts, talk to his son and strawberry mansion. What's up? Assign. Good morning, you guys today doing well? Hassan Goodbody. No. I'm happy to give back to his normal, see? Yeah. All those pseudo normalcy pseudo nor do that's what I was getting a joke. Ah, actually agreeing with you have been to the point. Were you talking about? Steven roused up. Grand, which you wouldn't be so I'm thinking. Bility means they know I'm a little skeptical because of his upper downplay that I just believe we had the second their best players and these It was better than I agree. We have to think on Simmons. I mean campus. Simmons, Um Yeah, I think, Simmons. I mean, look, it's a really weak conference. Is Simmons the SEC? Izzy, The third best player in the East could maybe not right here today, but It's a week conference, so let's put it that way. You have a talent? Absolutely. Yeah. I mean best. But if you're going on the way he is able to perform you. I I can't put him through. I mean, you have to consider Kyle Lowry and have to consider siac. Um, you have to consider I'm just going to tell me he was trained in prior to his injury. The way he was well in his defense is improved. Remarkably, he does pretty much everything but shoot, but not shootings. A big problem, So take that for what it's worth. Hold on concealed lead boy, I Yeah. Andi, I think he can do. Ah, great job. Hey, Hassan. You said you don't agree with Joe's contention that Joe well and the rest of the team are going to rally to save Brett's job. Yeah, I don't think is for Britt. I think they're gonna rally because their competitors and they wanna win. Like I said, the same to me that they plead for their competition. Like they're playing the Hawks. You're going out there party in is always the Hawks. They're nobody. But they got the books like their focus. You're into it, but I do agree to agree wholeheartedly. At home court is going to hurt us. A huge it seems like Don's is when they play, you know, That's what he pleased for. That's when the coaches are there yelling and they all wanted you yelled it. Well, we'll say his son when he got here for a famous Jack, I was going to go with wanted out for sure you would think, But I'll go with Jack Gases. Switch it up. JAG got Jack Johnson you got you got another love. Another great box. Also has the positions is Yeah. I think he was maybe about 10 or so years prior to Jack Dempsey. If I have my history, right, But I could be wrong. Gets a little fuzzy back there in the 19 tens in 19 twenties, John I got a question for you and James a question for you and everyone in key question about the Philadelphia Phillies games. Of course. They have reported. Which is exciting, which goes to Hassan's point that there's you know, some normalcy here. Ah spring training in Philadelphia. Don't know if that's ever happened before speaking in the 19 tens, James you would know to the Phillies. Gotta clear what are 1910 or they practice around here. That knows key question about the Phillies. I'm curious where you guys stand in everyone..

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on TechStuff

"Radio by broadcasting a boxing match between Jack Dempsey, and George Carpentier Dempsey was a celebrated US champion Carpentier was a boxing hero in France. And he had a reputation for knocking out British champions. So this was a super hyped event. Back in nineteen twenty one Dempsey would win by knockout in the fourth round. And the broadcast was a sensational hit our CA began to sell more radio receivers to customers and radio stations began popping up all over the United States. The first radio commercial on record happened in August, nineteen twenty two when a New York real estate developer. Aired an ad in New York City two years later in nineteen twenty four there were more than six hundred commercial radio stations in the United States, these were mostly independent stations. And that's when RCA made a really big move in the industry. Partnering with Westinghouse and AT and T RCA formed a new company called the national broadcasting company or in B C, which had its first broadcast on November fifteenth nineteen twenty six the concept was that NBC would produce material for broadcast, which would then be sent out over different radio stations in different regions with the stations being part of the overall network, which was a new idea the time, you know, create your your content in a central location and then distribute it using these various radio stations that was revolutionary NBC had to Simi independent networks under its governance shortly after it was formed so it split off. It's it's operations into two networks. One was called the blue network and one was called the red network. So yet NBC blue and NBC writ. The center of the blue network was a radio station called w Jay z which.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Wait a minute. You went Jack Dempsey on it. That's pretty interesting claiming he went back dance, your you coulda stuck with the same sport. And went, you know, Lawrence Taylor harnessed her, you know, Ray Lewis on us. With Jack dancy ball. He was called them the Massimo away against, gene. You know? He had somewhat on the works. Killer instinct to he was in letting them off, and she me, I swear to God, you're in your sixties, right? Six seventy I always take your easily in your eighties. Am I on the Geezer? The fact that you're bringing up Jack Dempsey is mind boggling to me. Oh, our time. Why dissenters restaurant teen? Chino stands in front of godfather. No. I it's a trick question. Remember that Jackson Dempsey is in front of Albertino in God his restaurant. Oh, I got. Yeah. Well, you. You brought up. No, I took my girlfriend near when I was tuned for Saint Patrick's Day party, really go all out up there. And we were Jack Dempsey's m. But in my family Jackson. She lives a Jiro. As well as Ted Williams. Ted Williams did serve in the military. Is that the reason why is hero because? Wasn't exactly a nice guy. Bala was a baseball player a pitcher and a hitter. And obviously. You know, she's a ball hits the ball. And so heavily Jack Dempsey wild people like that they really love jerus- as well. Let's get back to well. What's on your mind? Yes. Other than Jack. This is the second time that's happened. When I'm talking to Jimmy. Is that going out on a year that way? It's. When I talk to Jimmy the last two or three times. Everything I say echoes in my headset. Like in a big way. I guess Jimmy still out there floating around the music is still out there floating around as he can't get rid of Jimmy. Now, listen. I do have. Yeah. One pair of tickets to give to killer Queen a really great Queen tribute band. Come into the Scottish short order.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"He was almost as famous as them if not as famous because to learn about red Grange, you had to know to read a grantland rice article to learn about grit Grange. So he was almost at their level. It was also a very interesting relationship that the biggest athletes had with some of the writers specifically grantland rice in this golden age. There was two schools of sports writing. There was the gee whiz school, and that was grantland rice where he was what they used to say was guarding up the athletes and rice would write about these athletes. You know, the Babe, Ruth. So the world and the Bobby Jones and Jack Dempsey's the four horsemen. As if they were Greek heroes. I mean, he just purple journalism, I guess, is what it's called, but he would just write these incredibly complementary and big big articles about these these figures and the deal that was sort of done on a wink. Wink was I'll give you access, Babe. Ruth will let you hang out with him, but you can't write any of the bad stuff, you know. So you'll get all this access, but you know, we'll keep it all positive. And that's just the way most of the journal in journalism was in those days, there were sort of this cooperation between the athlete and the writer, and that's how rice became famous and popular with all these athletes because they knew that rice could help their careers by letting him, you know, pal around with them. How things have changed. By grantland writes, thanks so much, Joe just applies. Your cannot wait to see this. Thanks so.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"He was almost as famous as them if not as famous because to learn about red Grange. You had to know to read a grantland rice article to learn about grid Grange. So he was almost at their level. It was also a very interesting relationship that the biggest athletes had with some of the writers specifically grantland rice in this golden age. There was two schools of sports writing. There was the gee whiz school, and that was grant rice where he was what they used to say was guarding up the athletes and rice would write about these athletes. You know, the Babe, Ruth. So the world and the Bobby Jones and Jack Dempsey's the four horsemen. As if they were Greek heroes. I mean, he just purple journalism, I guess, is what it's called, but he would just write these incredibly complementary and big big articles about these these figures and the deal that was sort of done on a wink. Wink was I'll give you access, Babe. Ruth will let you hang out with him, but you can't write any of the bad stuff, you know. So you'll get all this access, but you know, we'll keep it all positive. And that's just the way most of the journal in journalism was in those days were sort of this cooperation between the athlete and the writer, and that's how rice became famous and popular with all these athletes because they knew that rice could help their careers by letting him, you know, pal around with them. How things have changed. By grantland writes, thanks so much, Joe, just a pleasure cannot wait to see this. Thanks so much for having me about Joe.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on ESPN FC

"We did. His dream. Becomes the last two, three different. Believe it goes down as the fifth fastest goal ever scored at a World Cup and it was clouds, correct? Correct. Me if I'm wrong mean you were together in Jack Dempsey's watching that? No wrecked, we watch. We watch USA Germany, Jack Dempsey's I was at. I don't remember the name of the bar was midtown west, forget it. Was it like Hudson station? I think. But remember you and I met up afterwards after the game to kinda like celebrate post game. Okay. So I was in Jack Dempsey's and let me tell you people were just getting settled in. Yeah, and I'm watching the screen. There's a in front of me who was just getting his. His last Bud Light in before the game starts on, people aren't really paying attention and but I'm watching it and Dempsey breaks through and it hits the net and there was this silence. Or like two and a half seconds. And then the bar erupted on, I thought the roof was going to come off that place. Yeah, it was the most memorable, Clint Dempsey goal. But you asked me what was my favorite? My favorite is the goal against you vent. That's right. You did send up before firing away? My favorite goal, the execution of it was so skillful soul. Perfect. It summed up the player himself, and it was also against the old lady of Charon one of the crate clubs in European football, and here's little old, Fulham, managed by Roy Hodgson, knocking the moat and incredible. Yep, I'll tell you what we're gonna take a very quick break on the other side of it and have a conversation with Jeff Carlyle where the two of us kind of look back on the career of Clint Dempsey guy that Jeff Carlisle had a front row seat for for his fifteen years as a professional soccer player. We'll be right back in just a moment, computer execute twelve point, four p. operation. Optimizing algorithm running encryption. Packet alpha Knight Knight. Oh, I don't feel so good. What? What is it computer? Is it hot in here? It feels hot in here. I feel a little clammy. I should lie down or something a.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on Caught Offside

"We did. His dream. Becomes the last two, three different. Believe it goes down as the fifth fastest goal ever scored at a World Cup and it was clouds, correct? Correct. Me if I'm wrong mean you were together in Jack Dempsey's watching that? No wrecked, we watch. We watch USA Germany, Jack Dempsey's I was at. I don't remember the name of the bar was midtown west, forget it. Was it like Hudson station? I think. But remember you and I met up afterwards after the game to kinda like celebrate post game. Okay. So I was in Jack Dempsey's and let me tell you people were just getting settled in. Yeah, and I'm watching the screen. There's a in front of me who was just getting his. His last Bud Light in before the game starts on, people aren't really paying attention and but I'm watching it and Dempsey breaks through and it hits the net and there was this silence. Or like two and a half seconds. And then the bar erupted on, I thought the roof was going to come off that place. Yeah, it was the most memorable, Clint Dempsey goal. But you asked me what was my favorite? My favorite is the goal against you vent. That's right. You did send up before firing away? My favorite goal, the execution of it was so skillful soul. Perfect. It summed up the player himself, and it was also against the old lady of Charon one of the crate clubs in European football, and here's little old, Fulham, managed by Roy Hodgson, knocking the moat and incredible. Yep, I'll tell you what we're gonna take a very quick break on the other side of it and have a conversation with Jeff Carlyle where the two of us kind of look back on the career of Clint Dempsey guy that Jeff Carlisle had a front row seat for for his fifteen years as a professional soccer player. We'll be right back in just a moment, computer execute twelve point, four p. operation. Optimizing algorithm running encryption. Packet alpha Knight Knight. Oh, I don't feel so good. What? What is it computer? Is it hot in here? It feels hot in here. I feel a little clammy. I should lie down or something a.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Words of somebody, going through the free throw line late in the game I like the written word I like crafting sentences and paragraphs It's a. Picture worth a thousand words. What I like to craft words So you can see. When I'm writing about but I don't. Get to right that much anymore But I grew up with the daily news I knew editors there I, knew writers there I remember even before they Turned into what. They are now I. Remember hanging out and. Bill gallows office Bill Gallo Great. Cartoonist for the daily news basement birth and all that Had him on this show. A couple of time Bill was I was lucky I. Was I got to hang out with a lot of writers Who are huge in the industry Known throughout the country The, best that this sport the best at that sport The best, columnist covering this particular sport Even though I, work for a lot of. Black newspapers which don't have allied circulation the writers always welcome me and I used to be a member of the US track Writers Association You all. Know is president the boxing, Writers Association and was the first black guy to be headed that organization And a lot of the older white riders welcome me with open arms I remember when they'd be big fights in Vegas and I'd be out there And back. In the day to, day. Daily news with Mike cats is the columnist Vic. Siegel catches the writer Vic Siegel is a columnist, Bob race when the cover The. Media end of it the money end of it And Bill gal back, in back in the barn back at the daily news writing about historical pieces about the Lewis and Jack Dempsey in how those fights. And fighters stacked up. And what was going on, today it was wall-to-wall coverage When you sit down as I always like to say sometimes you just you can learn a lot by just. Shutting the heck up and I listened to these writers and I learned a lot and we're in the FOX holes together in the trenches together and being yelled at together and laughing together and drinking together and having a. Great time but always Always trying to. Become better Daily, news and the post yeah they they used to battle in the times was to itself and Newsday, was under the outer fringe but they were all newspapers and I enjoyed reading them The internet came along and I remember Go into fights and he's all, these guys are being a back road. A press press section with your computer that's, who they with So the internet, guy what's internet guys yeah they work. For different websites okay When you. Go to a fight, now those guys? Are, in the second row I. Row During my Tyson's heyday. I, got a kick out of Mike Marley. The post Cats at the news Phil Berger at, the times Matthews at Newsday all all killing, each other trying to top each other with stories. Especially on Friday that was, notebooks, full of boxing each paper had a. Dedicated boxing that position, died a long time ago I always like being a writer Sad day for journalism when when what? Happened to the daily news today it's. Not gonna be around much longer They'll. Do a digital thing you'll buy it and you? Watch it online or something like that I know if I, buy it in, my neighborhood it's a buck. Fifty when abided Penn station when I go home it's a dollar And I'll buy it today. And I'll probably keep, on buying it But. I noticed it, got lighter and? Lighter and there wasn't? Much ended and I said where's this writer and where's that writer Yeah I'm? Gonna miss John Harper Hopefully he winds up. Somewhere I'm. Gonna miss Frank Zola it's funny a lot of writers..

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on ESPN FC

"I've never been in a room like that i was at the the third floor of jack dempsey's in midtown manhattan in like a usa fan party and i've never seen anything like it the way the room people in just sobbing beer you know just everywhere it was it was unbelievable man i'll never forget it great i'm glad somebody included that one yeah i was i wasn't sure about dragging up checking up the past i don't know what do you mean because it's sad because we're not look it's imp we if not now when these are the things that we've got to live by he's done over the last two weeks to make a lot of people introspective about us soccer now that was that that one was unforgettable that's my favorite one i'm trying to think what would be even close to that for me i'm look i've always said dempsey's goal at the start of the two thousand fourteen world cup just because it was like oh my god i all the excitement in the build up and bang that won't be high obviously in oato donovan's goal against mexico really memorable one yeah the man that is a good one that don i gotta be honest my for i'll give you my first memory now it's it was my first communion nineteen ninety and did the whole catholic thing my whole family was around and arlen were playing egypt that same day possibly the worst game of football in the history of football but i was hooked up solutely hooked we'd played england a few days beforehand i'ma sat on my uncle's knee watching it and i was eight and a couldn't take my eyes off it was the worst game ever but i couldn't stop watching it and i think it was because every time they hit the bowl you could hear it on the tv so they're hitting this bowl and it's like this.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on Caught Offside

"I've never been in a room like that i was at the the third floor of jack dempsey's in midtown manhattan in like a usa fan party and i've never seen anything like it the way the room people in just sobbing beer you know just everywhere it was it was unbelievable man i'll never forget it great i'm glad somebody included that one yeah i was i wasn't sure about dragging up checking up the past i don't know what do you mean because it's sad because we're not look it's imp we if not now when these are the things that we've got to live by he's done over the last two weeks to make a lot of people introspective about us soccer now that was that that one was unforgettable that's my favorite one i'm trying to think what would be even close to that for me i'm look i've always said dempsey's goal at the start of the two thousand fourteen world cup just because it was like oh my god i all the excitement in the build up and bang that won't be high obviously in oato donovan's goal against mexico really memorable one yeah the man that is a good one that don i gotta be honest my for i'll give you my first memory now it's it was my first communion nineteen ninety and did the whole catholic thing my whole family was around and arlen were playing egypt that same day possibly the worst game of football in the history of football but i was hooked up solutely hooked we'd played england a few days beforehand i'ma sat on my uncle's knee watching it and i was eight and a couldn't take my eyes off it was the worst game ever but i couldn't stop watching it and i think it was because every time they hit the bowl you could hear it on the tv so they're hitting this bowl and it's like this.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The docket tonight with the mets yankees both in action yeah like i said michael i was saying dominic smith okay fine you put them in there if he's after ten games he's you know four thirty so i don't care i don't care you know i always say you've got to ask an answer the question can he play and by the end of the year the answer is yes no or maybe you know you didn't do well for the first month and he came on like a house fire he was good from first of all we put them in their old man he couldn't hit his weight so it's okay we need a first baseman mr try out i mean they just kept going on and everybody else seems to have youth and he used gets to play and the mets have youth already what do you got to lose it's gonna see diamant holly cj you're on the fan tony how you doing man what's up know what's very interesting that you mentioned sportsmanship before because that's what i was thinking about calling you tonight the best examples of sportsmanship professional sports i was thinking about and i give you two examples one was jack nicklaus hugging tom do some that seventy seven british open evergreen chapel sportsmanship was jack dempsey not any excuses we've lost the fight the tiny we went to the florida the counts yeah this is funny as few and far between you know a lot of guys when they lose they don't wanna talk and and and sometimes the rub in each other's face but it shows you know there is a good side to a lot of a lot of athletes they just sometimes they don't get a chance to show it or they don't want to you're right about that i came to the mets top for years robert dissolving their vocabulary when he's a little bit harry you look more like.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on WEEI

"Railroad you people from the population centres could could travel there so he put up a whole twenty thousand seat arena in less than two weeks to be able to get you know everybody there for that fight and so it was really remarkable that it was held there at all and then then you know the the the injustice of the man act because because a black man had the heavyweight championship belt the white wife the government went to great lengths to well if we can't take away from the ring we will do it with some cooked up racist nanak cards and he had to go into exile for seven years and then served a year in jail but is interesting got he'd had some fights in jail some exhibition fights when he got out i think he was forty two forty three years old he tells us jack dempsey for the heavyweight championship on that fight was a done deal that was going to happen and then the dempsey's people think it will you can't try to black man you can't plan an excon we we can't allow a black man to win the title again for unfortunately that didn't happen yeah and you know tex rickard after that after the johnson jeffries fight and all those race riots techs actually walked away from fight promoting after that he said i'm done with the fight game and he bought a cattle ranch in uruguay and and was living down there for a while he didn't come back to boxing until after just willard knocked out johnson to to reclaim the heavyweight championship so it was text almost adamant that.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Well really they did when the boys decide to join the navy together the navy actually saw as a great public relations tunities you know they were five goodlooking irish catholic guys from the mid west and so they were on newspapers all across the united states one of my favorite pitchers of the boys is when they were with jack dempsey the boys were all boxers and jack dempsey was an irish boxer who they truly admired so when the last pictures taken of the boys together was with jack dempsey with what happened give us that the sketch of of how with happened to that ship well the the ship was in the battle of wada canal and it was a one of the fiercest navy battles and little were to the ship was actually hit by a trapeze oh on november twelve but it did not sink the ship so the ship survived the initial battle and the crew was heading back to an island called spirit to santo for repair and so early in the morning of november thirteenth another japanese repeat oh came through the explosion was significant and the other ships that were nearby did not think that there were any survivors left so they continued on so the survivors of the juno were out there for over a week before someone rescued them wow and of course the five boys if i brother were not rescued they went thin they died there that's correct.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Take jack dempsey back in the days better than what about the bears alan robinson you'll see a lot of these old saloons pitcher objectives right so he still lives today in two thousand eighteen all these places where it's like a he was a great champion he was jack dempsey is terrific so i will go jack dempsey because i think he's still lives today and a lot of people's hearts the undertaker versus john cena undertaker undertaker ticker versus john cena john has won more championships i know but tombstone pile driver retort tombstone piledriver how about how about one of the greatest gimmicks ever wrestling you hit me with that that i would agree with you just give me that he's like the greatest giving gorgeous george yeah twenty twenty five years of the same gimmick who else pops out of a coffin for kane but who else is often like that all the time all bear the earn i mean the hat down low undertaker that's gonna be able to finish pat this is too long are we supposed to actually continue to go with the match ups i would go with the undertaker we'll go with the undertaker we'll have to rip through these rapid fire pradier mcgregor don't even think about it brady jeeter jere belts are ben hogan phelps phelps the undertaker undertaker hundred ticker right where are we now we've got brady versus jeeter.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"The ring up that i'll die each guy makes in it you can't get much more theatrical the the disrobe you take robes off and all your guys are gonna all your supporters are going to step to the ropes and leave you their loans to make your case you know against your opponents so i think that that the boxers at a natural inclination to pursue the stage because in many ways they already were onstage they've they were performance and much more than than other athletes who planned teams and you know sometimes are just a call in the wheel you know boxes are used to being the star so after dempsey we move into the depression how did how did the degree depression affect boxing it was actually you know histories of the sport really regard the depression in in a ways a golden age because so economically things were obviously very hard harden if you look at the the gate receipts of the the big heavyweight fight specially in early parts of the '30s their their way way way down from you know what jack dempsey was pulling in in the 20s and that's really reflecting the the economic climate but you know the promoters started cutting cutting ticket prices some and the biggest thing was it boxing's kinda like the movies in the thirties it was one of those tonics one of those few tonics that people had to divert them from from the other hardships that were going on in the country and it was also a time of just incredible ethnic diversity in boxing the irish were still on the scene but the italians were now becoming very prominent black fighters of course were were still on the mexican eventually gonna get their crowning glory in the mid thirties when joe louis shows up at the heavyweight level so there was tremendous interest in boxing radio was now folias.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on Pardon My Take

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on WWL

"Could see no jack dempsey's was not named for the boxer it was nine for a guy who wrote a newspaper column for the state's item from me cillian years he amp gordy were good friend yeah yeah he he was he old school newspaper guy right right but i i wanted worker all you were very that at hooper tanner walmart there was just an ad that popped up on their fight ord our ninety five cents a pound a lamp can kuncoro young can't you can't beat that price gouging hilbert's yen the market for real grit dog crap when leg really good okay you can have all of mine have never been fat staff go ahead across a lotta people do like it right now widen not what might wife for our take shah uh no piggy fdr a eurydice rider clara needed butter clarin clarified butter right right and then she adds to the little better remove and some lemon and then she did it down and they're really we're well yeah that'd be hard to beat yes anyway regretted them it really got okay thanks kate he okay so the the quick story on this is that the uh uh uh who would lady called up and we we were talking the buck just generally actually a whole bunch of people called up asking of but boiled crabs and the were getting to the really good time of the year for boil crabs within we who were mentioning several different ones in one that came up was a place that has a location and we actually got a phone call from the whole lady who was part of that family so i know it's for real and of it it's a jack dempsey's which has been in the law a ninth ward for a long long time a seafood place mostly and then in killed mississippi kil in mississippi they have opened the second look chretien of the same restaurant and that takes care of that question now david is hoping we could do that a little bit faster than we did but the but we are here with him now david graham out who shone on the ground who remark on and jack them who just normally think of protracted on our our bossie who.

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