Boxing legend Sir Henry Cooper by kandyman

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Heavyweight boxing legend Sir Henry Cooper has died at the age of 76 at his son's house in Oxted, Surrey.

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Posted 01 May 2011, 22:36 #1 

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A very sad loss.

As I'm a youngster, at 39, I don't remember his fighting days, but remember the Brut 33 ads well.

Seen him interviewed a few times and many modern so called sporting greats could learn a lot from him.
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Posted 01 May 2011, 23:27 #2 

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A great sportsman. Sad news, remember his bouts well.

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Posted 02 May 2011, 03:18 #3 

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I had the privilege of meeting Henry Cooper when he came to our offices in the early 80's. Great man.


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Posted 02 May 2011, 06:22 #4 

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A gentleman ambassador from whom today's 'sportsmen' could learn a lot.

A great loss.

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Posted 02 May 2011, 08:41 #5 

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One of Uk's best ambassadors, RIP

Posted 02 May 2011, 08:59 #6 

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They knew he was dead when they counted to 10 and he didn't get up . . . :gmc:

Posted 02 May 2011, 12:06 #7 

kandyman wrote:Heavyweight boxing legend Sir Henry Cooper has died at the age of 76 at his son's house in Oxted, Surrey.

I bet his son will not invite him in future in case he does it again :gmc:

Seriously, out of the ring always came over as a gentle gentleman.


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Posted 02 May 2011, 12:14 #8