The New York State Boxing Hall of Fame (NYSBHOF) has announced 2122 22-member classes. His 11th NYSBHOF Induction Dinner, sponsored by Ring 8, will be on Sunday, April 30, in the afternoon (12:30-5:30 pm ET). at Russo’s On the Bay in Howard Beach, New York.
tickets The cost is $160.00 for adults, $60.00 for children (under 16) and includes a full brunch and cocktail hour upon arrival beginning at 12:30 PM ET, plus a 7-course dinner (prime rib, fish, or chicken). It contains. ) and an open bar during the event.
tickets Contact NYSBHOF President Bob Duffy at 516.313.2304 to purchase or [email protected]
Advertisement of NYSBHOF Programs ranging from $80.00 to $200.00 are available by contacting Duffy. For more information on the New York State Boxing Hall of Fame, please visit www.nyboxinghof.org or www.Ring8ny.com.
Live boxers heading into the NYSBHOF are Brooklyn’s 2-division (welterweight and light welterweight), six-time world champion “Super” Zab Judah (44-10, 30 KOs), Brooklyn’s 2-division champion (welterweight) and light welterweight) Paulie. “Magic Man” Malignaggi (36-8, 7 KOs), Plainview World Super Lightweight Champion Kathy “Wildcat” Collins (14-2-4, 3 KOs), Troy Welterweight Kevin “Mr. Excitement” Pompey (32-18-3, 12 KOs) and Brooklyn World Super Lightweight World Title challenger Dmitry “Star of David” Sarita (35-2-1, 18 KOs).
Hall of Fame posthumous participants include Poughkeepsie world lightweight challenger Johnny Busso (36-12-1, 15 KOs) and Bronx middleweight Eugene “Silent” Hairston (45-13-5, 24 KOs). ), New York City’s NYSAC Featherweight World Champion Tony Jimmy. Pel’ Perrone (51-19-6, 10 KOs), Bronx Featherweight Mike “The Bronx Spider” Bellowers (91-28-12, 21 KOs), New York City World Colored Heavyweight Champion Harry “Black Panther” Wills ( 70- 9-3, 56 KO), and Hempstead’s world light heavyweight world title challenger Eddie “Wildcat” Davis (34-6-1, 20 KO).
Living non-attendees attending the NYSBHOF include Brooklyn trainer Hector Rocha, Brooklyn ring announcer Dave Diamante, Bronx commentator/producer/radio show host Tony Page, Latham journalist Bob Mladinić, Brooklyn neurologist Barry Jordan, Brooklyn judge Robin Taylor, and Buffalo journalist Bob. Silkworm.
Posthumous non-participant inductees are Brooklyn manager Izzy Zwerling, Manhattan manager Dave Wolfe, Brooklyn trainer George Washington, and New York City manager/promoter Irving Cohen.
Inductees (or their direct descendants) in attendance will receive a custom-designed belt to mark their membership in the NYSBHOF.
The 2022 Hall of Fame inductees were selected by members of the NYSBHOF Nominating Committee: Chairman Jack Hirsch, Randy Gordon, Henry Huskap, Don Majeski, Ron McNair, Jim Monteverde, Neil Terrens, Jose Corpus, and Bobby Cassidy. , Bob Duffy
All boxers must have been inactive for at least three years to be eligible for admission to the NYSBHOF, and all inductees must have resided in New York State for a significant portion of their boxing career or during the prime of their respective careers. must be