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What was Barney Ross real name?

What was Barney Ross real name?

Barney Ross (born Dov-Ber “Beryl” David Rosofsky; December 23, 1909 – January 17, 1967) was an American professional boxer. Ross became a world champion in three weight divisions and was a decorated veteran of World War II. New York City, U.S. Chicago, Illinois, U.S.

Was Barney Ross in the military?

In retirement in his early thirties, Ross enlisted in the United States Marine Corps to fight in World War II. The Marines wanted to keep him stateside and use his celebrity status to boost morale.

How good was Barney Ross?

In 81 career fights, Ross won 72 including 22 knockouts. He was never TKO’ed himself. The final bout came in 1938 against world champion and all-time great, Henry Armstrong. Relentlessly pounded for most of 15 rounds, Ross refused to go down despite pleas from his trainers and lost on decision.

Who is the leader of The Expendables?

Barney Ross
Barney Ross, portrayed by Sylvester Stallone, is the leader of the Expendables. He is hired by Agent Church in the first film to investigate suspicious activities on the island of Vilena and take out its fanatical dictator, General Garza.

Who is the best fighter in The Expendables?

Jet Li. As one of the most famous martial artists in movies today, Jet Li is the most skilled of the Expendables.

Did Expendables cast get along?

To say that the two guys did not get along was a bit of an understatement. They were fierce rivals, so much so that Stallone told a story of how Arnold tricked him into taking the lead role in Stop or My Mom Will Shoot by pretending to be interested in it himself.

What happened to Mickey Rourke in expendables?

The reason he’s ducking out of Expendables 2 is because he’s in negotiations to join Seven Psychopaths, the next movie from In Bruges writer/director Martin McDonagh.

Are Jackie Chan and Stallone friends?

Jackie Chan and Sylvester Stallone have a long-running Hollywood friendship. Their bromance was crystallized in 2016, when Stallone presented the Chinese action icon with an honorary Academy Award.