{"type":"block","srcClientIds":["273f4eab-0bad-4cbd-9481-f1812bf78107"],"srcRootClientId":""}Calvin Coolidge Lytle, better known by his professional names Bert Lytell and Chocolate Kid, was an American boxer and middleweight contender in the 1940s and early 1950s. He and Booker were of the famous "Murderers Row" group of black boxers, along with the likes of Charley Burley, Holman Williams and Jack Chase, avoided by other elite fighters of the era because of their ability and their skin colour. Watch The Scoop from Monday to Friday featuring Canadian heavyweight champ Bola Ray, who lends his vast experience in the sport and provides his comments and analysis on boxing, on YouTube and TalkinFight.com/live. #boxinghistory​ @eddiefudge @Black Lives Matter #racialequality @racism . . . #boxer​ #boxing​ #boxingtalkshow