Aaron Pryor

1955 - 2016 (Age 60)



Aaron Pryor, the relentless junior welterweight who fought two memorable bouts with Alexis Arguello, died Sunday. He was 60.

Pryor's family issued a statement saying the boxer died at his home in Cincinnati after a long battle with heart disease.

Known as "The...

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Its. howard beatty paying respect to the greatest pound for pound fighter ever

I only attended 1 professional fight and that was when Aaron Pryor beat Antonio Cervantes in Cincinnati for the Title. There was never a boxer could throw as many punches in a round. He was so relentless. He actually scared Alexis Arguello. He overcame a lot of things and it appears he found peace with the Lord. May his memory be a great blessing to his loved ones and countless others.

One of the greatest ever to put on the gloves.

Aaron, you was the greatest. May your soul rest with our Heavenly Father

I enjoyed watching him fight; he was marvelous. May his soul be resting with our Heavenly Father.

The hawk was great fighter,fighter of today don't want to train hard any more like the old fighter

Thanks Aaron for some great fights
Larry Byrd

To the family,
I send my condolences. May God give you peace as you cope with your loss.

I was Aaron's sparring partner and I will always consider him my favorite champion and very good friend. "WHAT TIME IS IT? HAWK-TIME"
Terry Silver
Louisville Ky