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Legendary boxing corner man Angelo Dundee passed away this evening at the age of 90. As of this writing, his cause of death is unknown.
It could be said that no corner man could hold a glove to Dundee who is best known for his association with Muhammad Ali and Sugar Ray Leonard. Dundee was also in the corner of other heavyweight boxing champions like George Foreman and Jimmy Ellis. He also trained actor Russell Crowe in preparation for his portrayal of James J. Braddock in the 2005 film Cinderella Man.
Here is Dundee paying tribute to Joe Frazier after he passed away last November.
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