Why I love the Rocky series
Today marks the 25th anniversary of the first Rocky movie, but it has yet to be released.
I don’t know why, but I am always looking for a Rocky movie to make the leap.
There is always a Rocky fan on social media, who has to ask for Rocky movies in return.
There are so many of them, you never know what you will get.
I just recently got a copy of the sequel, Rocky II.
It was really good.
The Rocky series, which ran from 1962 to 1985, was based on the real life life story of Rocky Balboa, an African-American boxer who was born in New Orleans and trained under Sonny Liston.
It also featured Rocky Baloney, a real-life boxer who had an undefeated career.
In 1962, Rocky was born and raised in the New Orleans neighborhood of Flamingo.
After graduating from high school in 1962, he was invited to compete in the heavyweight boxing tournament, but he was not selected for the tournament.
Instead, he went on to lose three of his first five fights before losing in the finals.
He did not finish his career.
In 1963, after a year of training in New York, Rocky went on a trip to Los Angeles, where he fought for the first time in 1964.
After winning the title in the ring, Rocky returned to New Orleans to continue training, but returned home for the Christmas holidays, leaving his parents in the city to care for their daughter, Mary.
After two years in Los Angeles in 1964, Rocky decided to return to New York City and train with heavyweight trainer Jack Dempsey, who had come up through the ranks.
He won his first heavyweight title in 1965, and a year later he lost the title to the future legendary trainer Mike Tyson, who was then on a six-year run of dominating the heavyweight division.
In 1967, Rocky won the heavyweight title again, but lost to Tyson again.
He also lost the belt to the legendary Joe Frazier.
In 1968, Rocky became the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world.
His next title fight was against future heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali, who won by a unanimous decision.
In 1970, Rocky lost a controversial split decision to the late Jerry Quarry, and it was the end of his career in boxing.
A year later, in 1972, Rocky Balcom died, leaving behind a legacy that will live on through the generations.
It has been estimated that a billion dollars have been paid out to the family of Rocky by the boxing world.
In the early 1990s, Rocky starred in the popular TV show The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
He played the main character, Dr. Frank-N-Furter, a psychiatrist who works in New England and has been on the receiving end of a lot of violent attacks.
He is a master psychiatrist, and he is very much a survivor of the trauma that he has experienced in his life.
In the final moments of the show, Dr Fratty has a dream of a white male who looks just like him and who is also suffering from the trauma of being black, so he sets out to help him.
In 2002, The Rocky franchise became a global phenomenon.
As of 2015, there have been three sequels and a television series.