Posted: 3/27/2012 2:58:52 AM
Originally Posted by ZOUK
So, is it that hard to use his DOB and the day he passed away to know what age he passed at?
In a way, I like this confusion, because it is totally irrelevant, but shows the constant increasing confusion in all aspects of the Boxing World? Bert Sugar himself would be honored to know that almost all major papers and sites are split on his age at his time of death.
His passing is unfortunate
, but for a man who lived and loved boxing, Bert Sugar even said that it's not boxing if controversy fails to exist!
Way to go Bert! Personally I disagreed about many of his opinions, but that's the beauty of life and to each is own!
While he rests in peace, the judges and officials are doing a recount to get the correct age of his death... I think that in a sad situation, the irony in this matter is one that he would be proud of, because although he wasn't a fighter and never had the chance for a great controversy in the ring, he closed the show with every other headline states... "A blow landed in the boxing world as...
either "Bert Sugar dies at age 74."
or "Bert Sugar dies at age 75."