Ring Magazine: February 1936

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Cover: "The Outstanding Fighters of 1935" (from left, clockwise): Joe_Louis (his first cover appearance), James J. Braddock, Tony Canzoneri, Barney Ross, Freddie Miller

Table of Contents

  • Annual Ratings of 1935
  • 1936 Issues
  • Article topics include:
    • The Ring's Ranking of Boxers for 1935 Topped by Dynamic Joe Louis by Nat Fleischer.
    • How Boxers of the World are Grouped by "The Ring" for 1935.
    • New York and Coast Fighters.
    • Six World Championships Changed Hands in 1935.
    • Tex's Last Days - Famous Scribe Recalls His Last Meeting with Magnetic Promoter.
    • The Rings Globe Trotter.
    • Successor to Pancho Villa.
    • Max Baer's Future - The Fever of unrest is beginning to assert itself in former champion, retired on a California Ranch.
    • They Could Hit.
    • Proteges of Champions.
    • Filipino and U.S. Club Pleasers.
    • Nat Fleischer says - England sends a real fighter in McAvoy New York board is unjust to Freddy Miller who asked Jack Sharkey to stage comeback?
    • Half a Century with Wrestlers - George Bothner, Gray-Haired Marvel of the Mat Sport, relates his Ring Experiences and discusses Grapplers,
    • Past and Present (Tom Jenkins, Pierre Colosse, George Bothner and Youssuf, the terrible Turk).
    • Botchy Bacigalupl - Big Italian wrestlers spends spare time hunting snakes.
    • From Milo to Londos to O'Mahoney - James Quigley, George W. Flagg, Lucien Marc Christol, Walter E. Brown, Joe Acton, Charles Flynn
    • Duncan C. Ross and James C. Daly etc.
    • New of the Mat World - Ray Steele, Sandor Vary, Bill Sledge, Ellis Bashara, Dick Dunn, Dick Shikat and Jim Londos etc.
    • Ernie After Mat Title - Dusek, one of Two Men going limit with Champion O'Mahoney and only one to hold him to a draw.
    • From Hollywood to New York.
    • A Corner in the Fistic Market.