, former boxer and owner of Times Square fixture Jimmy's Corner, has died from complications of the coronavirus. He was 89. The New York Daily News reports he was hospitalized in mid-April and never recovered.

A South Carolina native, Glenn opened the bar just off Broadway on W. 44th St in 1971 after years as a boxing cornerman for the likes of Bobby Cassidy, Ralph Correa, Terrance AlIi and Mark McPherson, and operating a gym where Muhammad Ali trained. A photo of Glenn with Ali, seen above, is among the boxing memorabilia that decorates every inch of Jimmy's Corner. There's also a still from Raging Bull, which filmed there.

There's not much left of the old Times Square anymore but Jimmy's Corner has remained a great place if you're in the area -- maybe to see a Broadway show or a concert at Radio City Music Hall -- to get cheap drink, soak in the vintage atmosphere and peruse all those amazing photos.

Rest in peace, Jimmy.