Nov/Dec 2018 • Vol. XL No. 6 Getting and SpendingNovember 1, 2018 |

The Money

after Bobby Chacon I don’t care about the title I’m in this for the money I care about the title I care about the money I’m in this for the title I don’t care about the money I’m for the money I don’t care I don’t care I’m for the title the title don’t care about I the money don’t care about the title I’m about the money I’m about the title I’m the money I care about in this Note From 1972 to 1988, two-time world boxing champion “Schoolboy” Bobby Chacon boxed sixty-seven bouts, with fifty-nine wins, forty-seven by way of knockout. Despite “little Muhammad Ali’s” success as a boxer, Chacon lost the two million dollars he earned fighting to drugs, alcohol, and multiple divorces, stating that, “after I became champion [in 1982] everything became a little haywire. I could have everything I wanted now, so I did.”

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