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  1. Boxer - USA Boxing
  2. Alessandro D'Ottavio (born August 27, 1927) is an Italian boxer. He won the bronze medal at the Olympic Games in 1948 for Italy in the 67 kg category
  3. 1948 Summer Olympics competitor. Daigle competed in boxing for Canada
  4. British sports commentator and boxing referee
  5. Boxer born 9/12/1937. Pro Career 1960-77. Record 23-22 and 4 draws. Living in NY
  6. boxing
  7. Former American Welterweight boxer; born August 4, 1941 in San Diego, California (United States); Winner of Olympic Bronze medal for the United States at the 1960 Olympics
  8. boxing
  9. Heavyweight Boxer Record 35-30-1 in a career that lasted from 1969 to 1981. Fought Joe Frazier for WBA WBC Heavyweight Title in 1972
  10. Commonweath Boxing Champion
  11. Boxer (IBF And IBO Flyweight World Champion)
  12. Filipino professional boxer, Bantamweight division, fought Naoya Inoue for world title
  13. World champion boxer
  14. Former Boxing Champion
  15. Antonio Davis  (2)
  16. Boxer - Olympic champion 1976
  17. Boxer - USA Boxing
  18. Light Heaveyweight Fighter
  19. Boxer from Madagascar
  20. Puerto Rican world champion boxer, first man to defeat Roberto Duran, also fought Antonio Cervantes and Saoul Mamby for world titles, convicted of murderr 1981, P.R. jails all star baseball player and Christian preacher
  21. New Zealand kickboxer, mixed martial artist, strongman, appeared in The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe
  22. Filipino-Japanese professional boxer
  23. Dominican boxer, fought for world title 3 times
  24. Boxer on 1st season of 'The Contender'
  25. Female MMA Fighter
  26. Puerto Rican boxer, 4 time world Cruiser-weight champion
  27. Former olympic champion boxing 1960
  28. Long running boxing television show on Argentina's TyC Sport network
  29. Canadian Boxer: Won the Heavyweight Silver medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics
  30. Boxer
  31. Canadian Olympic Boxer
  32. British Boxer
  33. Puerto Rican world champion boxer
  34. Professional Woman Boxer
  35. Female Boxer
  36. Boxer
  37. boxer
  38. Chilean boxer, model
  39. Boxing Champion
  40. Heavyweight Boxer went 45-5-2 in a career that lasted from 1972 to 1990. Held the USA New England Heavyweight Title
  41. King of the Kickboxers - Sean Donahue
  42. boxing announcer
  43. Born: 29/04/1987 (Roeselare) Belgium She's worldchampion WBF
  44. boxing
  45. Boxer - USA Boxing
  46. Boxing writer, Ring Magazine
  47. boxer
  48. boxer
  49. Boxing Ring announcer
  50. boxer
  51. 1948 Summer Olympics competitor. Diaz competed for Spain in boxing
  52. Puerto Rican professional boxer
  53. David Diaz  (2)
  54. Juan Diaz  (2)
    Welterweight Boxing Champion
  55. boxing
  56. Australian Boxer
  57. Professional Boxer
  58. Irish Middleweight Boxer had a record of 4-3-0 during a career that lasted 2 years 1971 & 1972
  59. former world heavyweight champion
  60. MMA Fighter
  61. World champion boxer from Argentina
  62. 1992 U.S. Olympic Boxer
  63. boxing
  64. boxing/kickboxing
  65. female boxer
  66. Boxer 1st to defeat mike tyson
  67. Canadian Olympic Boxer
  68. Boxer - USA Boxing
  69. Boxer - USA Boxing
  70. American Heavyweight boxer of the 1980's, fought many of the best of the time, including Heavyweight world champions John Tate and Tony Tubbs and two time Cruiserweight world champion Marvin Camel
  71. World champion boxer
  72. Boxer
  73. Boxer
  74. Boxer
  75. Boxing prospect
  76. British Boxer started his professional boxing career at the illegal age of 16. Boxed in the late 40's. Lives in Aldgate, London UK. After hi boxing career he became one of the top Matchmakers in the country
  77. Joe Duffy  (2)
    MMA fighter
  78. Romanian boxer, Olympic bronze 1956
  79. Muhammad Ali's Trainer
  80. Richard Dunn  (2)
    British Heavyweight boxer. After a professional career that lasted from 1958-77 he had a record of 33-12-0. Fought Ali for the WBC & WBA Heavyweight Belt in 1976
  81. American television and radio sports announcer specializing in boxing broadcasts. Called 1971 Ali-Frazier Fight of the Century. Inducted into American Sportscasters Association Hall of Fame, International Boxing Hall of Fame, etc
  82. Panamanian-Puerto Rican professional boxer, daughter of Roberto Duran
  83. 'Stitch' - UFC and Boxing Cutman, Rocky Balboa
  84. Jose Duran  (2)
    World champion boxer from Spain
  85. Boxer, Former Lightweight, Welterweight, Junior Middleweight and Middleweight Champion of the World
  86. boxing trainer-promoter