Archie Moore, "The Old Mongoose," was an ageless, durable master boxer who held the world light-heavyweight title for 10 years (1952-62). He was listed at 39, but may have been older, when he beat Joey Maxim for the first of three times to take the title. He fought 58 times during his reign, losing only two attempts to wrest the heavyweight title from Rocky Marciano and Floyd Patterson. He had a 194-26-9 record in a remarkable 30-year ring career (1936-65), winning a record 143 bouts by knockout. He also acted in several films, trained some of the world's best boxers at his training camp in Ramona and founded the acclaimed "Any Boy Can" youth program. Moore was inducted into the Breitbard Hall of Fame in 1956.