Edward Henry Greb, aka "The Pittsburgh Windmill," was the American light heavyweight boxing champion from 1922 to 1923 and world middleweight champion from 1923 to 1926. While he was a remarkable boxer (298 fights in 13-years), he achieved his championships despite being blind in his right eye. A boxing injury in 1921 resulted in a retinal detachment and blindness, a fact that he hid from the public. “Greb was one of the greatest fighters of all time," said Tommy Loughran, one of Greb’s opponents.
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"Partially blindness couldn't stop Harry Greb taming the boxing world"