Referred to as the greatest of all time by fellow boxer Muhammad Ali, “Sugar” Ray Robinson, was 44 years old when he retired in 1965. He had a record of 173 wins (with 108 knockouts) and 19 losses. In his last fight against boxer Joey Archer in 1965 he was soundly defeated and lost via a unanimous decision. During his career, he held the world welterweight title (1946-1951) and world middleweight title (1951 and 1955 and 1958). He died in 1989.