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Pinky Silverberg

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Stress Ball Exercises for Your Hand : A Gentleman's Approach to Personal Fitness

 

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Pinky Silverberg Sign Unveiled

 

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Reaper "Silverberg (ft. Jordan Frye)"

 

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most strongest finger

 

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Pinky fifth finger snapping during finger extension

Pinky Silverberg was a Connecticut-based American boxer who briefly held the National Boxing Association (NBA) World Flyweight Title in late 1927. With an efficient defense, Silverberg was knocked out only once in his career by Willie LaMorte in 1926. His managers were Johnny Herman, Lou Anger, and Joe Smith. Problems with his hands, which were often broken during his career, may have hampered many of his boxing performances.
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  • Personal 

  • Bouts with Black Bill, 1927–28 

  • NBA World Flyweight title, October 1927 

  • World Fly title stripped, December 1927 

  • Bout with future Feather Champ Kid Chocolate, 1928 

  • Loss to Bantam Champ Al Brown, 1930 

  • Bouts with Fly champ Midget Wolgast, 1930–31