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In 1982 Cosell denounced boxing due to the cruelty towards the boxers and the referee not stopping the fights. As a result Cosell stopped broadcasting boxing shortly after this.
Another controversy was Cosell's "little monkey comments" during the halftime highlights of a MNF game. Cosell did not mean for this to be sterotyped as racist comment towards blacks ,but it was really a complement to atheletes that bounced around and were explosive as monkeys.
After Cosell's broadcasting career was over, he wrote a book ranting on all the people that didn't like him and explained how broadcasting was now corrupt because all of the famous athletes now were all of the broadcasters.
In 1995 Howard Cosell died from a massive heart attack, Cosell was inducted into the TV Hall of Fame in 1994 and in 1995 won the Arthur Ashe Courage Award. Ultimately, Cosell transformed sports reporting to what it is today and helped sports athletes to be judged less on color and more on athletic ability.
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