Soldier Of Fortune 江湖客 - 1955 年 (片段下)

Soldier Of Fortune 江湖客 - 1955 年 (片段下)

1955 年的荷李活電影Soldier Of Fortune《江湖客》曾來香港取景拍攝。整套電影已可在Youtube 上看到了,而本片段旨在輯錄其中有關香港之片段,讓大家懷緬一下昔日五十年代香江的情懷。 這是下半段。也收錄了本片之大團圓結局!

Joe Calzaghe vs Jeff Lacy - Highlights (Classic BEATDOWN)

Joe Calzaghe vs Jeff Lacy - Highlights (Classic BEATDOWN)

** NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED ** Follow me on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jeffjacksonbestboxing/ Support me on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/jeffjacksonboxing March 4th, 2004. Joe Calzaghe aka “The Pride of Wales” makes the 18th defense of his WBO Super Middleweight title against Jeff “Left Hook” Lacy, who looks to defend his IBF Super Middleweight title for the 5th time. Calzaghe and Lacy were both undefeated with records of 40(31)-0 and 21(17)-0 respectively going into the fight. At that time, Jeff Lacy was greatly hyped for his power and said to be a “168 pound Mike Tyson”. Lacy was also favored to beat Calzaghe, and he was a slight betting favorite over Calzaghe and surprisingly also a favorite among British bookmakers. In October 2004, Lacy engaged in a brutal toe to toe war against Syd Vanderpool and ultimately triumphs via TKO8 in an absolute war. He won the vacant IBF Super Middleweight title. From December 2004 to November 2005, he made 4 successful defenses of his IBF crown notably against Omar Sheika, Scott Pemberton and Robin Reid. By beating Reid, he also bagged the IBO strap. His 5th defense is set to be against the undefeated Welshman, Joe Calzaghe. In October 1997, Calzaghe beats Chris Eubank via UD to win his 1st world title; the vacant WBO World Super Middleweight Crown. Calzaghe scored 2 knockdowns in a fight that’s considered to be "quite simply one of the finest fights in British boxing history”, according to Steve Bunce of The Daily Telegraph. From January 1998 to September 2005, Calzaghe made a remarkable string of 17 successful title defenses with notable victories over Byron Mitchell, Miguel Angel Jimenez, Charles Brewer, Omar Sheika, Richie Woodhall and Robin Reid. For his 18th defense he would face the heavily hyped, hard hitting Lacy. In what can only be described as a masterfully dominant performance by The Pride of Wales, the speedy and unorthodox Welshman dominated Lacy; beating him thoroughly in every round with Lacy failing to land a meaningful shot in 36 minutes, including his revered left hook. Calzaghe’s handspeed, power, pinpoint accuracy and ripping combinations (of up to 12 and 14 punches at a time) overwhelmed Lacy for 12 rounds to the shock of many including many American journalists who wrote off any chances of a victory for The Italian Dragon before the fight. Lacy was also floored for the 1st time in his career in the 12th. And the overall punch stats truly reflect Calzaghe’s dominance; outlanding Lacy by nearly 240 overall punches. The only round which Joe did not win was the 11th when he was deducted a point for rabbit punching. It barely made a difference. With this victory, Calzaghe was propelled to super stardom status and considered to be the No. 1 Super Middleweight at that time. Both of Lacy’s eyes were badly cut with blood flowing profusely out of his nose at the end of the bout. While Lacy displayed tremendous fighting spirit and a rock solid chin, he never truly recovered from the brutal beating delivered by Calzaghe. Some interesting facts regarding this bout; 1) By the time Jeff Lacy made his pro debut in February 2001, Joe Calzaghe was a reigning champion for 3 years with 7 successful title defenses. 2) Calzaghe made his pro debut 8 years before Lacy in 1993, beating Paul Hanlon via TKO1 as part of the undercard of Lennox Lewis vs Frank Bruno. 3) In an interview before the fight, Lacy called Calzaghe a “slapper”; criticizing his unorthodox fighting style and was extremely confident that he would knock Calzaghe out. 4) Mikkel Kessler was in attendance, and considered to be potentially Calzaghe’s next opponent. Both would fight in 2007, where Calzaghe won via UD as his 21st defense of his WBO title. 5) Calzaghe contemplated pulling out of the bout as he was worried after breaking his left hand against Evans Ashira (his previous bout). His father and trainer Enzo persuaded him not to. 6) Sugar Ray Leonard did not know much about Calzaghe before the fight but after watching him for only 2 rounds against Lacy, he stood in front of the TV and shouted, “Wow, look at this guy!” Remember to comment, rate and subscribe boxing heads! Keep your punches up!

Soul Power (Live At The Apollo Theater/1971)

Soul Power (Live At The Apollo Theater/1971)

Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group International Soul Power (Live At The Apollo Theater/1971) · James Brown Get On Up - The James Brown Story ℗ 2014 Universal Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc. ℗ ℗ 2014 Universal Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc. Released on: 2014-07-29 Producer, Vocalist, Recording Arranger: James Brown Trumpet: Jerone "Jasaan" Sanford Trumpet: Russell Crimes Trombone: Fred Wesley Saxophone: Jimmy Parker Saxophone: St. Clair Pinckney Organ: Bob Byrd Guitar: Hearlon "Cheese" Martin Guitar: Robert Coleman Bass Guitar: Fred Thomas Drums: John "Jabo" Starks Drums: John Morgan Composer, Author: James Brown Music Publisher: Unichappell Music, Inc. Auto-generated by YouTube.

Dean Martin & Judy Holliday - Better Than a Dream

Dean Martin & Judy Holliday - Better Than a Dream

From "Bells Are Ringing."

Destination Tokyo - Trailer

Destination Tokyo - Trailer

It's a daring and dangerous underwater adventure with Oscar-winner Cary Grant as the captain of the U.S.S. Copperfin submarine bound for a search and destroy mission in Tokyo harbor during WWII in preparation for a major Allied assault on Japan.Destination Tokyo is as much about the relationship between the naval men as it is about their heroic mission. Steve Fisher was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Story and later transformed his thrilling war saga into a best-selling novel.

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