How you feeling today, members? A little punch-drunk? In the aftermath of on of the most puzzling holidays in existence, consider the following: On February 14, 1951, “Sugar” Ray Robinson and Jake “Raging Bull” LaMotta met in the ring for the sixth and final time. The repetitious rubber matches between the two started back with their first match in 1942, a decision going to Robinson, followed by the second fight, when LaMotta served up to Robinson his first loss. Their go-tos in the ring were sensational for the archetypal skill-vs.-strength pairing. Robinson, known for his grace and precision, is considered a master of the sport and LaMotta, living up to every inch of his nickname, never chose speed over the power of a haymaker. The final bout made history when Robinson consumed LaMotta with a fierce, 13th round onslaught that left the Raging Bull counted out while hanging on the ropes (but never hitting the canvas). So in the aftermath of Cupid’s arrow-slings, meditate on the Robinson-LaMotta fights and ask: Who am I in the ring of love? A star of the sweet science with unbelievable style or a gritty challenger with legendary heart? You’ll find inspiration in which ever champion you choose.