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Boxer Sugar Ramos, remembered for fatal fight in L.A., dies at 75

Sugar Ramos, the Cuban featherweight champion whose fists led to two ring deaths — one inspiring a Bob Dylan song and a proposal to ban boxing in California — has died in Mexico City. He was 75. He died Sunday from cancer complications, the World Boxing Council said. Ramos was best known for his...
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