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Barney Nagler

Barney Nagler (Sportswriter.  Born, Brooklyn, NY, Aug. 24, 1912; died, Freehold, NJ, Oct. 22, 1990.)  Becoming a sportswriter in 1937 under Harry Singer at the Bronx Home News, Bernard Nagler was one of the outstanding writers of his era with a special affinity for boxing.  Nagler did not move to the Post when that paper […]

Frankie Carbo

Frankie Carbo (Boxing.  Born, New York, NY, Aug. 10, 1904; died, Miami Beach, FL, Nov. 9, 1976.)  Born on the Lower East Side, Paul John Carbo became the biggest of the mobsters who infested boxing in the 1940s and 1950s.  Carbo secretly owned shares of boxers and controlled managers, matchmakers, officials, and even promoters.  His biggest […]

Teddy Brenner

Teddy Brenner (Boxing.  Born, Brooklyn, NY, Apr. 25, 1917; died, New York, NY, Jan. 7, 2000.)  In a business not noted for integrity, Theodore Brenner was a pillar of honesty and was also called, for good reason, “the best matchmaker in boxing.”  After military service in World War II, Brenner started matchmaking for Irving Cohen in […]

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