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Aaron Pryor: Quiz


Question 1: He beat future great ________ in the finals of the 1976 National Golden Gloves.
BoxingThomas HearnsQuadruple ChampionSugar Ray Leonard

Question 2: Pryor was dropped in round one, but he rose and knocked out Cervantes in round four in front of a national ________ audience, becoming a world champion.
Mechanical televisionTelevisionClosed captioningVideo

Question 3: Coach ________ is a huge Aaron Pryor fan and has used Aaron Pryor's attitude and career as a source of motivation for his team.
Bill BelichickEric ManginiRomeo CrennelAnthony Pleasant

Question 4: He beat Julio Valdez, Leonidas Asprilla and Carl Crowley before a world title bout was set up by the WBA, versus two time world champion Antonio Cervantes of ________ at Cincinnati.
Valle del Cauca DepartmentColombian armed conflict (1964–present)Quindío DepartmentColombia

Question 5: In what promoter Bob Arum nicknamed The Battle of The Champions, Pryor defeated ________ by a technical knockout in 14 in front of an HBO audience.
Edwin RosarioBobby ChaconAlexis ArgüelloJulio César Chávez

Question 6: He is the former ________ Junior Welterweight champion, and regarded as one of the greatest fighters in the history of the weight class.
Ancient historyModern historyPrehistoryWorld

Question 7: He won a silver medal at the 1975 Pan American Games, and participated in the ________ in Montreal as an alternate.
1976 Summer OlympicsDiving at the 1976 Summer OlympicsNew Zealand at the 1976 Summer OlympicsIran at the 1976 Summer Olympics

Question 8: The fight was named Fight Of The Year and later the Fight Of The Decade by ________.
Don King (boxing promoter)The Ring (magazine)Larry HolmesBoxing

Question 9: After the fight with Summerhayes, Pryor won 26 fights in a row by knockout, in one of the longest knockout streaks in the history of ________.
BoxingMartial artsWorld Boxing CouncilKickboxing

Question 10: Aaron Pryor (born October 20, 1955) is a former boxer from ________, Ohio, and member of the International Boxing Hall of Fame.
ClevelandColumbus, OhioCincinnatiHamilton County, Ohio

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