Jun-17-2016

Ring 8 Pictures and Notes of Thursday, June 16, 2016, at the Plattduetsche Park Restaurant – Guest Speaker, Dennis Rappaport

 

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Jun-8-2016

Next Meeting Thursday, June 16 at the Plattduetsche Park Restaurant – Dennis Rappaport will be our Guest Speaker

 

Our next meeting will be next Thursday, June 16 at the Plattduetsche Park Restaurant located at 1132 Hempstead Turnpike, Franklin Square, NY 11010. Dennis Rappaport will be our guest speaker.

Also we a Amateur Boxing Show (The War At The Shore)

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May-18-2016

Ring 8 Pictures and Notes of Tuesday, May 17, 2016

President Bob Duffy opened the meeting with a Flag salute and John Holden did the 10 count in memory of those who passed on. Paulette then brought out a birthday cake in celebration of this months birthdays (Ron McNair, Stan Stan Janousek and Billy Strigaro).

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President Duffy talked on our Annual Picnic which will be held on Sunday, August 28th at Brady Park. The cost is ONLY $10 each and $20 per family. Boxing promoter Lou DiBella donated $1,000.

President Duffy stated that we will be having our next meeting on Thursday, June 16th at the Plattduetsche Restaurant, Franklin Square (1132 Hempstead Turnpike, Franklin Square, NY 11010).

President Duffy talked on helping out young boxers that are planning on turning pro shortly with there contracts. He plans on having a special meeting and inviting all those who are interested.

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Charlie Norkus Jr., talked on the Bill Gallo Scholarship fund. He and John Holden are the committee members and they picked 2 young Amateur Boxers that will receive $1,000 each.

President Duffy talked on our NY Golden Glove Show in which very few members attended BUT Charlie Norkus once again donated a nice sum of money.

President Duffy Stated that we made between $5,000 to $6,000 on the New York State Boxing Hall of Fame.

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President Duffy introduced the head coach of the Bronxchester Boxing Club, Noel Romero who talked on his club and boxer Francisco Frometa, who won the “OUTSTANDING BOXER of the NIGHT” Award.

President Duffy introduced all the VIP’s in attendance.

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Matchmaker/Boxing Historian Don Majeski talked on how the state of New York will not be paying for the medicals for the boxers anymore. He asked us to write the state in support of keeping this going.

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Jack Hirsch and Majeski talked on recent NYSBHOF inductee Edwin Viruet who fought such Greats as Roberto Duran twice, Esteban De Jesus, Vilomar Fernandez, Edwin Rosario and Saoul Mamby. They then presented Edwin with the New York State Boxing Hall of Fame Championship Belt,.

Edwin was very emotional and thanked everyone. He then took questions about fighting Duran and he talked about those fights as well.

President introduced Mrs. Bill Tate and stated that Bill and Mike Tyson both donated $5,000 to lay Kid Gavilan to rest with a headstone.

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Apr-27-2016

Keith “One Time” Thurman and former champion “Showtime” Shawn Porter, will come to Barclays Center on Saturday, June 25

 

An action-packed primetime doubleheader of world title fights, headlined by the explosive clash between welterweight champion Keith “One Time” Thurman and former champion “Showtime” Shawn Porter, will come to Barclays Center on Saturday, June 25.

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The SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING on CBS presented by Premier Boxing Champions telecast will begin with a featherweight battle between current champion Jesus Cuellar and former three-division world champion Abner Mares.

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Apr-18-2016

April’s meeting is canceled because of the NY Golden Glove FINALS

Due to the New York Golden Gloves final on April 19th (Tuesday ) we will cancel our monthly meeting so that our members can support the Daily News Golden Glove finals at the Barclay Center ….our next meeting will be the third Tuesday of May 17th

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Apr-5-2016

5th Annual New York State Boxing Hall of Fame Induction & Awards Ceremonies Another Success!

 

5th annual New York State Boxing Hall of Fame

Class of 2016 inducted in festive ceremony

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NYSBHOF Class of 2016 (L-R): Seated – Vilomar Fernandez, Dennis Rappaport, Randy Gordon and Ed Brophy; Standing: Aaron Davis and Joe DeGuardia

 

-All pictures by Peter Frutkoff-

 

NEW YORK (April 4, 2016) – More than 300 people packed Russo’s On The Bay in Howard Beach, NY this past Sunday for the fifth annual New York State Boxing Hall of Fame (NYSBHOF) induction dinner,

 

 

NYSBHOF Class of 2015

 

Boxers

 

World welterweight champion (’90-91) Aaron “Superman” Davis                                    Bronx

World junior welterweight champion (’93-94) Charles “The Natural” Murray                   Buffalo

Two-time world lightweight title challenger Vilomar Fernandez                                       Bronx

World lightweight title challenger Edwin Viruet.                                                                         New York City

 

(Deceased)

4-time, 3-division world champion Hector “Macho” Camacho                                          Spanish Harlem

World middleweight champion (1952) Rocky Graziano                                                     Brooklyn

World lightweight (’25-26) titlist Rocky Kansas                                                                 Buffalo

2-time world bantamweight titleholder Joe Lynch                                                             Brooklyn

“Uncrowned welterweight champion” Joe Miceli                                                               Buffalo

 

Non-Participants

 

International Boxing Hall of Fame executive director Ed Brophy                                         Canastota

Promoter Joe DeGuardia                                                                                              Bronx

Commissioner/media personality Randy Gordon                                                             Melville

Promoter/manager Dennis Rappaport                                                                            Queens

 

(Deceased)

Manager Howie Albert                                                                                                  Bronx

Trainer/cutman Freddie Brown                                                                                      Manhattan

New York City television commentator Howard Cosell                                                     New York City

Boxer/referee Ruby Goldstein                                                                                        Manhattan

Manager Jimmy Jacobs                                                                                                New York City

 

The 2016 inductees were selected by the NYSBHOF nominating committee members: Jack Hirsch, Steve Farhood, Bobby Cassidy, Jr., Don Majeski, Henry Hascup, Ron McNair, Angelo Prospero and Neil Terens.

 

Each inductee will receive a custom-designed belt signifying his induction into the NYSBHOF. Plaques are on display at the New York State Athletic Commission.

 

All boxers needed to be inactive for at least three years in order to be eligible for NYSBHOF induction, and all inductees must have resided in New York State for a significant portion of their boxing careers or during the prime of their respective career.

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(L-R) – Bob Duffy, Don Majeski, Ed Brophy and Jill Diamond (WBC)

Ed Brophy: “I’d like to thank the committee of the New York State Boxing Hall of Fame and Ring 8, a wonderful group that sponsors the New York State Boxing Hall of Fame. I’m so proud to have been born in New York, in the small town of Canastota, where boxing is in our blood. I’m thrilled to be honored today. My name is attached to the International Boxing Hall of Fame as director, but so many different people help out. I only accept this honor on their behalf. Boxing is the greatest sport. Congratulations to all of the inductees. This is the greatest day of my life.”

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(L-R) – Ron McNair, Aaron Davis and Bob Duffy

Aaron Davis: Thanks, Ring 8. Boxing is a hard sport. It was much harder in the gym. I saw Gerry Cooney, Iran Barkley and Roberto Duran and wanted to do what those guys did and it made me a fighter I was. I’d like to thank my father and Billy Giles, who was my trainer. I’d also like to thank Joe DeGuardia, who managed me later in my career, and thanks to everybody who supported me.”

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(L-R) — Bob Duffy, Dennis Rappaport and family

Dennis Rappaport: “It seems like yesterday when a six or seven year old living in Brooklyn watched a fight between Jake LaMotta and Jim Hairston. This young man was mesmerized. The next month he watched Sugar Ray Robinson knockout Rocky Graziano and that was the start of a love affair that’s lasted 63 years. Boxing, at its best, is poetry in motion. It’s Shapespeare, Picasso, Rembrandt. But it can also be crude. I started in boxing managing three fighters: Ronnie Harris, Gerry Cooney and Howard Davis. Jr. Because of the creative marketing of our fighters, one reporter called me and my partner, Mike Jones, ‘The Gold Dust Twins’ but then the media starting calling us, ‘The Wacko Twins.’ I preferred ‘The Gold Dust Twins.”

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(L-R – Jack Hirsch, Joe DeGuardia and Bob Duffy

Joe DeGuardia: It’s a real pleasure, honor and privilege to be inducted into the New York State Boxing Hall of Fame. Like many of you here, I live and bleed boxing, which has been a big part of my life. Four months ago, I received the (Ring 8 at its Holiday awards dinner) Promoter of the Year award. I said then that we are truly a family of boxing; it’s a real brotherhood. I also talked about how boxing tied into lire. In that room – not with us now – was my father who passed away three weeks ago. Because of him, I developed this love of boxing that I’ve carried in life: work hard to do the best you can in life. I’m truly honored to be inducted into the New York State Boxing Hall of Fame. In honor of my father and everybody else who loves this sport. I accept on behalf of my father who, I know, is watching us now.”

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(L-R) – Charles Murray and Bob Duffy

Charles Murray: “They called me, ‘The Natural.’ I appreciate this, being honored for my contributions to boxing. Thank you very much.”

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(L-R) – Steve Farhood, Vilomar Fernandez and Bob Duffy

Vilomar Fernandez: “It wasn’t easy fighting guys like Roberto Duran and Alexis Arguello. They were the best in the world. I’m thankful for the opportunities to fight them, I’m honored today.”

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(L-R) – Henry Hascup, Randy Gordon, Melvina Lathan, Bob Duffy and Gerry Cooney

Randy Gordon: “Thank you, everyone. This amazing event we have every year, I never expected this would happen. My career was born out of the aches of one of boxing’s biggest scandals, the US Championships on ABC, promoted by Don King, and Ring Magazine produced the ratings for the tournament. It turned out the ratings and some of the records were padded and it just about knocked Ring Magazine out of business. Bert Randolph Sugar hired me to be its Editor In Chief. Working together, we brought Ring Magazine back from the dead. I burst into tears when Jack Hirsch called to tell me I was being inducted into the New York State Boxing Hall of Fame. This is an absolute dream. Anybody who has ever or will ever be inducted into any hall of fame, nobody can possibly enjoy this more than me. I love boxing with every ounce of my body. My wife and family drive me back into boxing. This is the greatest honor. I can’t get enough of boxing. I’m truly the luckiest man ever placed on this planet.”

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(L-R) – Ed Brophy, Don Majeski, Jack Hirsch and Joe DeGuardia

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NYSAC Executive Director Dave Berlin and Harold Lederman

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(L-R) – Joe DeGuardia and NYSBHOF/Ring 8 president Bob Duffy

 

CLASS of 2012: Carmen Basilio, Mike McCallum, Mike Tyson, Jake LaMotta, Riddick Bowe, Carlos Ortiz, Vito Antuofermo, Emile Griffith, “Sugar” Ray Robinson, Gene Tunney, Benny Leonard, Tony Canzoneri, Harold Lederman, Steve Acunto, Jimmy Glenn, Gil Clancy, Ray Arcel, Nat Fleischer, Bill Gallo and Arthur Mercante, Sr.

 

CLASS of 2013: Jack Dempsey, Johnny Dundee, Sandy Saddler, Maxie Rosenbloom, Joey Archer, Iran Barkley, Mark Breland, Bobby Cassidy, Doug Jones, Junior Jones, James “Buddy” McGirt, Eddie Mustafa Muhammad, Bob Arum, Shelly Finkel, Tony Graziano, Larry Merchant, Teddy Brenner, Mike Jacobs, Tex Rickard and Don Dunphy.

 

CLASS OF 2014: Floyd Patterson, Tracy Harris Patterson, Billy Backus, Kevin Kelley, Juan LaPorte, Gerry Cooney, Mustafa Hamsho, Howard Davis, Jr., Lou Ambers, Jack Britton, Terry McGovern, Teddy Atlas, Lou DiBella, Steve Farhood, Gene Moore, Angelo Prospero, Whitey Bimstein, Cus D’Amato, William Muldoon and Tom O’Rourke.

 

CLASS OF 2015: Saoul Mamby, Joey Giambra, Johnny Persol, Harold Weston, Lonnie Bradley, Paul Berlenbach, Billy Graham, Frankie Genaro, Bob Miller, Tommy Ryan, Jimmy Slattery, Bob Duffy, Mike Katz, Tommy Gallagher, Bruce Silverglade, Charley Goldman, Jimmy Johnston, Cedric Kushner, Harry Markson, Damon Runyon and Al Weill.

 

 

 

ABOUT RING 8: Formed in 1954 by an ex-prizefighter, Jack Grebelsky, Ring 8 became the eighth subsidiary of what was then known as the National Veteran Boxers Association – hence, RING 8 – and today the organization’s motto still remains: Boxers Helping Boxers.

 

RING 8 is fully committed to supporting less fortunate people in the boxing community who may require assistance in terms of paying rent, medical expenses, or whatever justifiable need.

 

Go on line to www.Ring8ny.com for more information about RING 8, the largest group of its kind in the United States with more than 350 members. Annual membership dues is only $30.00 and each member is entitled to a buffet dinner at RING 8 monthly meetings, excluding July and August. All active boxers, amateur and professional, are entitled to a complimentary RING 8 yearly membership. Guests of Ring 8 members are welcome at a cost of only $7.00 per person.

CONTACT:

Bob Trieger, Full Court PRESS, 978.590.0470, bobtfcp@hotmail.com

 

New York State Boxing Hall of Fame Flier 2016

The following Pictures were taken by Stan Janousek  (professional fight name Stanley Yanachek)

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CLASS OF 2016 along with the Nominating Committee and President Bob Duffy

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Chairman of the Nominating Committee, Jack Hirsch Inducting Ruby Goldstein with his relative accepting the Award

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Don Majeski Inducting the Executive Director of the International Boxing Hall of Fame, Ed Brophy

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Ron McNair Inducting Aaron (Superman) Davis

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Bobby Cassidy Sr. and Jr. Inducting Joe Miceli with Joe’s wife and family accepting the Award

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President Bob Duffy Inducting Rocky Graziano with Rocky’s daughter and grandson accepting the Award

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Henry Hascup and Gerry Cooney Inducting Randy Gordon with Melvina Lathan and Bob Duffy looking on

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Henry Hascup Inducting Howie Albert as Howie’s brother and family accept the Award

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Jack Hirsch Inducting Joe DeGuardia

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Steve Farhood Inducting Freddie Brown with the family accepting the Award

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Henry Hascup Inducting Joe Lynch as his family accept the Award

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President Bob Duffy Inducting Charles “The Natural” Murray

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Steve Farhood Inducting Vilomar Fernandez

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Neil Terens Inducting Jimmy Jacobs

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Bobby Cassidy Jr. Inducting Hector Camacho

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Steve Farhood Inducting Howard Cosell and Edwin Viruet

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Henry Hascup Inducting Rocky Kansas

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Dennis Rappaport being Inducted by Don Majeski

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Mar-18-2016

PICTURES OF THE NEW YORK GOLDEN GLOVES

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