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  1. David Radford  (2)
    British boxer, bare knuckle boxer, mma fighter. Born 1969-05-30
  2. Female World Boxing Champion
  3. Boxer
  4. Iranian Olympic Lightweight Boxer participated in the 1948 Olympics
  5. Pakistan Olympic Boxer 1964 Olympics Heavyweight no medal
  6. Boxer
  7. 2 time world champion boxer from Huatabampo, Sinaloa
  8. Laura Ramirez  (2)
  9. Boxer
  10. Boxer - USA Boxing
  11. Boxer - USA Boxing
  12. Boxer
  13. boxer
  14. Rafael Ramos  (2)
    Puerto Rican amateur boxer not to be confused with a referee of the same name, 1984 Olympic Games participant. 2 Times Pan American Games gold medal winner
  15. Rafael Ramos  (3)
    Puerto Rican professional boxing referee from Texas
  16. boxing, world champion boxer, first to beat Julio Cesar Chavez Sr
  17. World Super Bantamweight champion Boxer
  18. Boxer
  19. Boxing manager, Gerry Cooney
  20. German boxer. He competed at the 1960 Summer Olympics and the 1968 Summer Olympics
  21. Iranian Olympic Boxer Participated in the 1948 Olympics
  22. World champion boxer, beat Carlos De Leon, fought Bernard Benton and Mike Tyson
  23. Boxer
  24. boxing
  25. German Middleweight Boxer retired with a 29-11-3 record during a career that lasted from 1969 to 1976. Held the Germany BDB Middleweight Title
  26. Boxer
  27. Boxer on 1st season of 'The Contender'
  28. British Boxer (Olympics)
  29. Boxer
  30. Professional boxer and actress. She is a world champion in two weight classes, having held the WBA female light welterweight title since 2020; the WBO and IBO female light welterweight titles since 2021; and the WBC female middleweight t
  31. New Zealand boxer
  32. Boxer - USA Boxing
  33. Cuban pro boxer fraught Tyson in 86
  34. boxing
  35. Boxer - USA Boxing
  36. boxing
  37. Stunt Woman - 5 time kick boxing world Champ - Boxing,Star Trek ENT
  38. Female MMA fighter, kickboxer and boxer
  39. Boxer
  40. Boxer - USA Boxing
  41. Francisco Risiglione (born January 18, 1917) was an Argentine boxer who competed in the 1936 Summer Olympics. In 1936 he won the bronze medal in the light heavyweight class after winning the third place fight against Robey Leibbrandt
  42. Shannon Grey Ritch (born September 27, 1970) is an American professional mixed martial artist, boxer, grappler, actor and kickboxer
  43. Jim Ritchie  (2)
    Boxer - golden gloves 1940 boxrec professional record 5-1 with 2 draws. One of the draws was against Hall of Famer Joey Maxim
  44. German Boxer record 25-21 with 8 draws. Lives in Germany
  45. Mexican professional boxer, fought Michael Carbajal and Alex Sanchez for world titles in the 90s
  46. Puerto Rican former professional boxer, fought 3 times for world titles, losing twice (both times widely disputed by the public) to Hall of Famer Pernell Whitaker, and once to Hall of Famer Oscar De La Hoya
  47. female boxer
  48. Boxer - USA Boxing
  49. Professional Woman Boxer
  50. Boxing fighter from the 1980s, fought Hector Macho Camacho and Tommy Cordoba in a classic war. Inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame as a trainer, having trained the likes of Manny Pacquiao, Virgil Hill and Brian Viloria, among others
  51. Boxer - USA Boxing
  52. swedish boxer.
  53. American sports agent. real estate developer, author and businessman. Youngest person to promote a professional boxing match. Managed boxers Ray Mercer and Shannon Briggs. First person to take a sports management company public in the US
  54. Boxer
  55. Boxer - USA Boxing
  56. Boxer
  57. Boxer - USA Boxing
  58. Argentine boxer, competed in the 1928 and 1932 Summer Olympics, won gold in 1932
  59. Boxer
  60. Venezuelan boxer Gold 1968
  61. Boxer - USA Boxing
  62. Boxer - USA Boxing
  63. Puerto Rican professional boxer
  64. female boxer
  65. Costa Rican boxer, fought twice for world title, losing to Itshimatsu Suzuki and to Roberto Duran
  66. Boxer
  67. Professional boxer, fought Hector Camacho and Julio Cesar Chavez Sr, the latter for the world title
  68. World champion boxer
  69. Argentine boxer, only one to score a knockdown against Marvelous Marvin Hagler
  70. Puerto Rican boxer, fought for world Heavyweight championship
  71. Boxing sportscaster, HBO en Espanol Writer and publisher. Guantes boxing magazine
  72. female boxer
  73. Peruvian professional boxer, fought Ray Mancini for world championship, Madrid restauranteur
  74. Boxer - USA Boxing
  75. former boxing champion
  76. Italian heavyweight boxer compiled a 42-16-2 record between 1965 & 1976 fighting mostly in Italy
  77. Boxer
  78. Boxer
  79. Boxer - USA Boxing
  80. Australian Boxer
  81. American lawyer, political activist, boxer, and author who served as a judge of the New York Supreme Court
  82. boxer
  83. Boxer. World Light Heavyweight Champ (1930-1934). International & World Boxing Halls Of Fame. Actor - Irish Eyes Are Shining, Nothing Sacred, Each Dawn I Die, The Boogie Man Will Get You, A&C Meet The Keystone Kops, Joe Palooka (TV series)
  84. Boxer, Golden Gloves and Intercity Champion 1929, first Golden Gloves champion to win a World Title. Was World Lightweight Champion, Welterweight Champion and Junior Welterweight Champion
  85. World champion boxer
  86. Boxer
  87. Boxer
  88. Sports
  89. American kickboxing champion, professional boxer
  90. Actor- Professional Boxer- The Wrestler, 9 1/2 weeks, Barfly, Sin City 1&2, Spun, Iron Man 2, Harley Davidson and the Marlboro man, Immortals, The Pope of Greenwich Village, Angel Heart, Johnny Handsome, The Thin Red Line, Get Carter, Man on Fire, Domino
  91. Referee
  92. Mexican professional boxer, fought Jorge Lujan twice for WBA Bantamweight world title and Wilfredo Gomez for the WBA world Super Bantamweight title, losing all three title fights, beat Lujan in a third fight
  93. Donovan 'Razor' Ruddock, Boxer
  94. German boxer Silver 1992, now working at a security firm
  95. boxing
  96. Boxer
  97. British Light Heavyweight Boxer had a 1-6-0 record. Fought all during 1972
  98. boxer
  99. Jose Ruiz  (3)
    Lightweight boxer, not the Jose Ruiz boxer who was murdered
  100. Boxer - USA Boxing
  101. World heavyweight boxing champion
  102. Hugh Russell  (2)
    Irish flyweight boxer Bronze 1980
  103. Boxer - USA Boxing
  104. Boxer
  105. North Korean professional boxer, WBC world female Super Flyweight champion (2005), beat Alicia Ashley