Viktor's muzzled snout sounded like a jet engine at take-off as he snorted into my left ear during our match in an actual ring.
"There was a big door that said "Thou shalt not.' We touched it and it fell off its' hinges."
To the credit of CBS president William S. Paley, he never pulled the plus on Murrow and the "See It Now" show.
The light was provided by kerosene-soaked cattails that we lined the track with and lit.
I understand the ox weren't too crazy about the idea.
One of my personal favorites is at Cedar Point Amusement Park near Sandusky, Ohio on the southern shores of Lake Erie.
On the back, he wrote, "To the last in the line of greats".
It's no wonder or nation is politically divided.
Despite what we might say, I think we like a little fear in our lives.
Is new always better?