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Joe Louis raises his right arm as he reaches the peak of his career after he knocked out Max Schmeling in the first round at  Yankee Stadium June 22, 1938 in New York.  This was the second fight between the two heavyweights, a rematch that created world wide interest.   Schmeling was sent to the canvas several times with referee Arthur Donovan making Louis the winner, by a knockout, two minutes and four seconds into the first round.      (AP Photo)
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Joe Louis raises his right arm as he reaches the peak of his career after he knocked out Max Schmeling in the first round at Yankee Stadium June 22, 1938 in New York. This was the second fight between the two heavyweights, a rematch that created world wide interest. Schmeling was sent to the canvas several times with referee Arthur Donovan making Louis the winner, by a knockout, two minutes and four seconds into the first round. (AP Photo)

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