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FLORIDA BOXING HALL OF FAME
Trevor Berbick: was born in Jamaica on August 1, 1954. In 1976, he represented his native Jamaica in the Olympics in Montreal, Canada. Berbick was the last boxer to fight Muhammad Ali, defeating him in 1981 in the Bahamas. During his career, he defeated five world champions.
Melissa Del Valle: was born June 2, 1969 and was a member of a sports-minded family.  She followed that with several more impressive victories, and on September 12, 1998, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Melinda Robinson to claim the vacant WIBF super featherweight title.
David Jaco: David'S first high-profile victory came against future title contender Donovan Razor Ruddock, whom he beat on April 30, 1985. Ruddock was unable to answer the bell for round 8. After David moved to Sarasota, Florida to raise his twin sons Adam and Aaron.
David Lewter: was born in Winchester, Kentucky on September 1973.  Dave began amateur boxing in August of 1993 and became a Florida State Golden Gloves Champion, Three years later he became a promising middle weight professional, signing with promoter Lou Duva and Main Events Boxing.
r Montilla had 84 amateur wins, he was a 3-time Florida State Champion (1991-1993). In 1996, Oscar represented the U.S. Army in the Army Olympics during the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia and won the Gold Medal as a Light Heavyweight.
 Moorer: was born November 12, 1967 and turned pro in 1988 after a successful amateur career. Moorer is one of only four men to win a heavyweight world title on three separate occasions, as well as being one of only four men) to win world titles at both light heavyweight and heavyweight.
ex Stewart: was born on June 28, 1964. As an amateur, he represented his native Jamaica at the 1984 Olympics, in Los Angeles and also won a bronze medal at the 1983 Pan American Games. As a professional, nicknamed "The Destroyer," Stewart did just that, reeling off 24 consecutive wins, all by KO.
ld “Winky” Wright: was born on November 26, 1971. After an excellent amateur career that saw him accumulate a record of 65-7 Winky turned professional in 1990.  Winky’s career spanned twenty-two years – from 1990 to 2012. He is the last to hold the undisputed light middleweight title. 51-6, 25KO
s:  Adams completed 30 years of service in which he served in Vietnam and was in the 101 Airborne Division, While serving, Adams trained the United States Army team.  After completing his service time, Adams assisted 1984 US Olympic tean : 9 gold, 1 silver & 1 bronze.
, had a stellar fifteen-year professional career and currently is one of the top trainers in the sport.  After his professional boxing career ended, Jackson has worked as a trainer and is best known at the trainer of Sergey Kovalev.
d promoter. He was engaged as editorial consultant for USA Network's "Tuesday Night Fights". He also served as color commentator for, several networks.
ing New and to assist him were his sons John and Alex Rinaldi, later nicknamed “The Boxing Twins” by the legendary Roberto Duran in 1983.  Together they established The USA Boxing News publication in 1982. The USA Boxing News, has an award-winning 30 writers.
Dick Lee:  In the 1950s and 60s Dick Lee was Mr. Boxing in South Florida. He promoted club fights all over Dade County. He put on boxing shows in Armories, in bowling alleys, in night clubs, at the Shriners, Elks and Moose Lodges. In fact, he put on shows in 28 different locations.
herd: After retiring from the ring, he trained, managed and promoted over 200 state, golden gloves, national, and world boxing and kickboxing champions; both amateur and professional. He also ran Shepherd's Boxing & Kickboxing Center for over 25 years which became a favorite South Florida
onso: fell in love with boxing as a young boy and has dedicated his life to the sport he is so passionate about. Jorge officiated well over 600 professional bouts throughout his 45 year career.  Jorge has refereed and supervised 29 world title fights and he continues to play an active boxing
Bill Anello:  He loved boxing and after moving to Florida in 1998 Bill volunteered to be an inspector. Six months later he was hired by Brad Savers to officially be an inspector. after a heart attack Bill became the self-proclaimed, “Best Timekeeper in Boxing,
 the Florida Boxing Commission on a Chris Dundee promotion, February 25, 1975 at the famed Miami Beach Auditorium.  He has judged a total of sixty-five title bouts. Many of boxing’s biggest names have fought with Al judging their bouts.
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