Ring Minutes and Notes Tuesday, April 15, 2014

President Bob Duffy opened the meeting with Carmine singing the National Anthem followed by

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the 10 count by Paulette Balog and John Holden in the memory of all those who recently passed on.

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President Duffy stated that Eddie Claudio’s daughter was married on the same day as the New York State Boxing Hall of Fame affair and he also thanked Frank Pena and John Holden for helping out that day. President Duffy stated that we received World Wide media coverage on the event and stated that we flew in several of the honorees which no other organization does.

President Duffy stated that we will not be having our meetings at the Plattduetsche until after the summer because the Board voted not to do so.

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Frank Pena thanked President Duffy on a wonderful affair. He then talked about our annual picnic that will be held in Glen Cove on Sunday, July 27th. The price will be $20 for adults, $5 for kids, up to $15, meaning if you bring 4 or more kids all you will pay is $15.

President Duffy talked on the USA Association of USA Boxing and thanked Eddie Claudio for his help.

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NY State Commissioner Edwin Torres stated that Bob Duffy was doing a Great job and thanked him for all he does. Commissioner Torres stated that he is 83 years old and he goes back to the 1930′s as far as boxing goes. He stated that he wanted to be a fighter, he even fought in the Golden Gloves years ago. He stated that he had the pleasure of meeting and shaking the hands of Joe Louis, Jack Johnson, Jack Dempsey and Walker Smith, who fought under the name of Sugar Ray Robinson.

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NY State Commissioner John Signorile praised Commissioner Torres and Boxing Judge John McKaie, who was in Las Vegas last weekend Judging a fight on the under card of the Manny Pacquiao/Timothy Bradley fight. Charlie Norkus asked about what was going on with the NYSAC. John stated that they will announce everything on May 1st. President Duffy talked on the New Excutive Director of the NYSAC David Berlin.


John Holden talked on how wonderful it is getting signed autographs on boxing gloves. It not only gives the person that has the gloves a thrill But the fighters that sign them are grateful as well.


Boxing Judge John McKaie talked on the Manny Pacquiao/Timothy Bradley fight. He stated that Bob Arum’s office called him to tell him that he was working the show several days before the even. John stated that he didn’t know he was until that time. Someone asked John how did he score the fight. He said that he was sitting in the back so he couldn’t see it very good but after 6 rounds he had it even, But he thought Manny won the last 5 of 6 rounds so he scored it 8 to 4 (116-112). He also stated that Las Vegas does it like no one else, it’s an amazing experience.


Veteran Glover Giuseppe Pena introduced an Amateur Boxer and then Diane Caramanno talked about her son, Anthony Caramanno, who won 3 New York Golden Glove Titles and recently won his first Pro fight in January. Anthony is scheduled to fight again on May 17th.

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Stan Janousek (professional fight name Stanley Yanachek) who takes all our pictures for this web site, talked on the 2 tickets he won at the last meeting. He stated that the seats were way in the back and he couldn’t take any close up pictures. He asked President Duffy if Ring 8 could help him out so he can get right at ringside like the other photographers. Frank Pena stated that he told Stan that he needs to apply for a press pass like all the other photographers do. Stan again asked if Ring 8 could help him out with this. President Duffy told him that it’s not up to Ring 8, it’s up to the promoters and that he has to through the process like everyone else.

President Duffy stated that we will have a raffle and the winner will get 2 Free tickets to the May 17th show.

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New York State Boxing Hall of Fame 3rd Annual Induction Ceremonies

Approx 500 boxing people showed up at the 3rd Annual New York State Boxing Hall of Fame, which was a Great Success!



(L-R) Seated – Mustafa Hamsho, Tracy Patterson, Billy Backus, Gene Moore, Howard Davis Jr and Juan LaPorte; Standing – Steve Farhood, Keven Kelley, Lou DiBella, Teddy Atlas and Gerry Cooney.

Above photo by Peter Frutkoff

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


The Class of 2014

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Master of Ceremonies David Diamante

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President of the New York State Boxing Hall of Fame Bob Duffy

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Paulette Balog led the Flag Salute & John Holden gave the 10 Count

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Billy Backus being Inducted by Boxing Historian Don Majeski

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The daughter & son of Floyd Patterson accepting the Award from President Duffy

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Kevin Kelly being Inducted by Heavyweight Contender Vinnie Maddalone

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Lou DiBella accepting his Award

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Gerry Cooney being Inducted by Bobby Cassidy Jr. and Sr.

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Steve Farhood being Inducted by Gordon Hall

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Henry Hascup Inducts Lou Ambers, Jack Britton, Terry McGovern, Whitey Bimstein & William Muldoon

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Mustafa Hamsho being Inducted by Steve Farhood

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Gene Moore being Inducted by Bobby Cassidy Jr. and Sr.

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Teddy Atlas being Inducted by his daughter

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Juan LaPorte being Inducted by BWAA President Jack Hirsch

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Tracy Harris Patterson being Inducted by President Bob Duffy

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Henry Hascup Inducted Tom O’Rourke with his Great Grand Robert Miles accepting the Award

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Jack Hirsch Inducting Angelo Prospero

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Boxing Judge Ron McNair accepting the Award for Angelo Prospero

New York State Boxing Hall of Fame

 Class of 2014 Induction Ceremony a KO


(L-R) Seated – Mustafa Hamsho, Tracy Patterson, Billy Backus, Gene Moore, Howard Davis Jr and Juan LaPorte; Standing – Steve Farhood, Keven Kelley, Lou DiBella, Teddy Atlas and Gerry Cooney.

(All photos take for this article were taken by Peter Frutkoff)) 


NEW YORK CITY (April 1, 2014) – A sold-out crowd turned out this past Sunday night to honor 20 members of the Class of 2014 inducted into the third-year New York State Boxing Hall of Fame (NYSBHOF), sponsored by Ring 8, at Russo’s On The Bay in Howard Beach, New York.


“This was our largest crowd we’ve ever had with more than 500 people,” Ring 8 & NYSBHOF president Bob Duffy said.  “Everyone was so receptive, commenting about how much they enjoyed the ceremony, and there was a lot of emotion displayed. The whole point of starting the New York State Boxing Hall of Fame was to recognize New Yorkers in boxing and to honor them for their contributions.  New York has been the centerpiece of boxing for the past 50 years.  Some of our inductees may not have been international stars, but they helped make boxing what it is in New York.  We wanted to do the right things and recognize the New York guys who made boxing was it is today.”


Living boxers inducted into the NYSBHOF were Tracy Harris (63-8-2, 43 KOs), the former WBC/IBF Super Featherweight Champion from New Paltz; former WBC/WBA Welterweight Champion Billy Backus (49-20-5, 23 KOs), of Canastota; former WBC Featherweight Champion Kevin Kelley, of Flushing, Queens; former WBC Featherweight Champion Juan LaPorte (40-17, 22 KOs), of Brooklyn; Huntington’s World Heavyweight title challenger Gerry Cooney (28-3, 24 KOs), Brooklyn’s two-time World Middleweight title challenger Mustafa Hamsho (44-5-2, 28 KOs) and Glen Cove’s Howard Davis, Jr. (36-6-1, 14 KOs), a 1976 Olympic gold medalist as well as Outstanding Boxer, and a three-time World Lightweight title challenger.


Posthumous participants inducted were two-time World Heavyweight Champion Patterson (55-8-1, 40 KOs), of Brooklyn, World Lightweight Champion Lou Ambers (91-8-7, 28 KOs), of Herkimer; three-time World Welterweight Champion Jack Britton (239-57-44), of Clinton; and World Featherweight Champion Terry McGovern (55-8-1, 40 KOs), of Brooklyn.


Living non-boxers inducted were ESPN boxing commentator and trainer Teddy Atlas, of Staten Island; promoter Lou DiBella (DiBella Entertainment), of Brooklyn; boxing historian and Showtime analyst Steve Farhood, of Brooklyn; trainer and Sunnyside Gardens matchmaker Gene Moore, of Queens; and boxing writer/historian Angelo Prospero, of Rochester.


Deceased non-boxers in the Class of 2014 are trainer/cutman Whitey Bimstein, of Manhattan’s Lower East Side; legendary trainer Cus D’Amato (Bronx and Catskill), who launched the career of “Iron” Mike Tyson as well as Floyd Patterson and Jose Torres; trainer William Muldoon (Belfast/Caneadea and Westchester County), who was also the first Chairman of the New York State Athletic Commission; and manager Tom O’Rourke, of New York City.  


(L-R) – NYSBHOF inductee Howard Davis, Jr. and presenter Steve Farhood 


HOWARD DAVIS JR.: “I want to thank Bob Duffy for putting on such a great ceremony.  I want to dedicate my career to my father.  I dedicated my gold medal (Olympics) to my mother who died three days before my first fight.  A coach looked me straight in the eyes and said, what would your mother want you to do?  The last thing she said to me was I better bring back that gold.  I made a promise to my mother that I do it.  I felt the only way I wouldn’t is if I died in the ring.  I was into music when I was young.  One day my father asked me if I wanted to go the movies with him.  He didn’t say the name of the movie.  It was in 1971, ‘AKA: Cassius Clay.’ It moved me to teats and to get up at 4:30 to run the next morning.  I’d never run before.  My father trained my amateur team and a few became pros.  I fired him later in my career and I still regret that.  He (Howard David Sr.) was a great trainer.  I said was because he passed away three years ago due to complications from diabetes.  I also want to dedicate this to my children who didn’t see me as much as could be because of my training.  And to my wife, Carla Davis, who been there through the good and the bad.  It’s wonderful being here.  I got to see some guys I hadn’t seen in a long time like Tony Santana.  We fought in the 1970′s Golden Gloves together but not against each other.  Tracy Patterson, Kevin Kelley and Gerry Cooney, who I go way back with.”


(L-R) – NYSBHOF & Ring 8 president Bob Duffy, NYSBHOF inductee Tracy Patterson and presenter Brian Burke 


TRACY PATTERSON:  “I want to thank everyone for supporting this big event.  Without a doubt I had a tremendous role model (father Floyd Patterson).  Dad was my super hero.  We’d see him put on a suit and go down to the city and then he’d be at the gym later that night.  He was a very special man.  I can’t thank him enough for what he did.  I want people to know he did real good things for me that I’ll never forget.  I miss him very much.” 


(L-R) – Presenter Jack Hirsch and NYSBHOF inductee Juan LaPorte 


JUAN LAPORTE:  “I finally got here, huh?  I want to thank these guys up here.  I wish the best to the Class of 2014.  This is my world, this is what I love.  A lot of guys forget where they came from.  I didn’t and you guys will always be with me.  I miss a lot of Ring 8 guys, my trainer, Emile Griffith, who aren’t here today with us but they will always have my back.”

(L-R) – NYSBHOF & Ring 8 president Bob Duffy and NYSBHOF inductee Teddy Atlas 


TEDDY ATLAS:  “I have five tables of friends and family, some have come from Las Vegas and Florida, and I’m proud to have them here.  Boxers don’t always get the same respect athletes in other sports do.  All they need are loyal fans and boxing fans are the best.  Cus (D’Amato) didn’t believe in long visits home because you’d be away from the gym.  Nearly 40 years later in the fight game, I think I’ve done okay.  I want to thank my wife, Elaine, and my children Nicole and Teddy.  You can’t win any fight without a good corner and my family has given me the best. There are some people here today who are part of my life and family.”



(L-R) – Presenter Bobby Cassidy Sr., NYSBHOF inductee Gene Moore and presenter Bobby Cassidy Jr. 


GENE MOORE:  “Who is Gene Moore?  Nobody knew but I’m here anyway.  Boxing’s a great game.  I used to go to fights with my father in the ’40s…..1840s.  I’ve been doing this 40 years and it’s been a great trip.”


(L-R) – NYSBHOF inductee Mustafa Hamsho and presenter Steve Farhood 


MUSTAFA HAMSHO:  “I want to thank everyone for this.  I saw two guys here I go back 35 years with, John Turner and Bobby Cassidy, Sr.  I’d also like to thank my family and friends for supporting me.”


(L-R) – NYSBHOF inductee Steve Farhood and presenter Gordon Hall 


STEVE FARHOOD:  “I’m a little emotional right now.  Any mentions of Nick Charles does that to me.  This honor is very special to me.  I’m a typical New Yorker and proud of it.  I’ve never been away from New York for more than two weeks.  This is special being inducted with friends like Teddy Atlas and Lou DiBella.  And with the exception of Billy Backus, I’ve covered all of these guys.  For 36 years it’s been boxing all day, every day for me and I’ve never been bored.  I’ve been blessed.”

(L-R) – Presenter Bobby Cassidy Jr., NYSBHOF inductee Gerry Cooney and presenter Bobby Cassidy Sr.


GERRY COONEY:  “It’s great being up here today.  I’ve had a great life.  I see a lot of old guys who used to be fighters.  I had some great fights and I’ll always be connected with Larry Holmes.  I’m blessed, especially coming from my background.  This is a miracle.  There I was one night fighting in Madison Square Garden for the heavyweight championship of the world.  What a life! I got to know fighters like (Willie) Pep, (Carmen) Basilio, (Jake) LaMotta, (Muhammad) Ali, (Kenny) Norton….  I was recently diagnosed with CRS.  Do you know what that is?  Can’t remember s***.  I will forever be connected to you guys.”


(L-R) – NYSBHOF inductee Lou DiBella and presenter Steve Farhood 


LOU DIBELLA: “It’s an honor sitting here on this dais with so many New York men I’ve known and each I can call a friend.  I’m proud to be part of New York boxing. We’re part of a great sports that sometimes stumbles and forgets it’s the king of sports with a lot of angels.  Kevin Kelley got me started at HBO.  He handed me a pencil with Flushing Flash’ and said there were a lot of hungry fighters like him to put on better shows.  Guys like, him Tracy (Patterson), Arturo Gatti, and others.  Teddy (Atlas) told me to be true to yourself and, Teddy, I hope I’ve done that. I bought two tickets for this dinner for my parents; my father passed away and my mother’s in the hospital with a broken hip.  I’m going to bring this (belt) to her.”




(L-R) — Presenter Vinnie Maddalone and NYSBHOF inductee Keven Kelley  


KEVIN KELLEY:  “Without you guys, like Howard Davis and Juan LaPorte, I wouldn’t be here.  I wouldn’t have been in boxing.  I’d like to thank everyone.”


(L-R) — NYSBHOF inductee Billy Backus and presenter Don Majeski 


BILLY BACKUS:  “In my older days I’m getting a little emotional.  When they (NYSBHOF) called, again, I got a little emotional on the phone.  Thank you all.  I appreciate being her with this class.”


Supporting the Class of 2014 were past NYSBHOF inductees such as Iran Barkley (2012), Mark Breland (2013), Jimmy Glenn (2012) and Harold Lederman (2013).  Other dignitaries in attendance included boxers Vinnie Maddalone and Steve Bujaj, Showtime executive Gordon Hall and legendary trainer Al Certo.


Each attending inductee received a custom-designed belt signifying his induction into the NYSBHOF.  Plaques honoring each class are on display at the New York State Athletic Commission and Waterfront Crabhouse.  Ring 8 also plans to build a monument in Long Island City with every NYSBHOF inductee’s name inscribed.


The 2014 inductees were selected by the NYSBHOF nominating committee members:  Jack Hirsch, Bobby Cassidy, Jr., Don Majeski, Henry Hascup, Ron McNair and Neil Terens.


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.

(L-R) — Master of Ceremonies Dave Diamante and NYSAC Chairperson Melvina Lathan 


Go on line at www.Ring8ny.com for additional information about the New York State Boxing Hall of Fame.



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 referee 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.


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, the third Tuesday of every month, excluding July and August. All active boxers, amateur and professional, are entitled to a complimentary RING 8 yearly membership.



Bob Trieger, Full Court PRESS, 978.664.4482, bobtfcp@hotmail.com, @FightPublicist


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

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Ring Minutes and Notes Tuesday, March 18, 2014

President Bob Duffy opened the meeting with Carmine singing the National Anthem followed by

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the 10 count by Paulette in the memory of all those who recently passed on, including Lou DiBella’s father Pete. Ring 8 will present his family a Ring 8 Glove.

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Danny Gant, Ring 8′s Amateur Official of the Year, talked on several other Amateur and Pro Officials and stated years ago they use to call him Dancing Dan, now they just call him Dan. He then announced that it was time for him to step down as an Official and he announced his retirement. President Duffy thanked Dan for his many years of service.

President Duffy introduced New York Marathon race director Leo Nicholas.

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Frank Pena talked on an upcoming New York Golden Glove Show at Glen Cove next Thursday, March 27th.

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President Duffy talked on the recent Ring 8 New York Golden Glove Show which was held at the Plattduetche Park Restaurant, 1132 Hempstead Turnpike, Franklin Square, New York. The show raised approx. $1400. President Duffy thanked all those who attended especially Charlie Norkus Jr who made a generous donation. He also stated that Charlie was selected as our newest Board member.


President Duffy talked on the upcoming New York State Boxing Hall of Fame affair next Sunday, March 30th at Russo’s on the Bay. He stated that it was close to a complete sellout and if anyone still wanted tickets that they better hurry. All Ring 8 members the price will be $125, all others $150.

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President Duffy introduced Robert Miles, the Great Grand Son of one of our Inductees, Tom O’Rourke.

President Duffy talked on having a few of our monthly meetings at the Plattduetche. He stated that we would have 6 meetings at the Crabhouse and 3 meetings at the Plattduetche. The reason is that we can reach out to a lot more people.

President Duffy stated that in May we will be inviting all the finalist of the New York Golden Gloves to come to our meeting.

Frank Pena talked on our Annual picnic which will be held on Sunday, July 27th in Glen Cove. The price will be $20 for adults, $5 for kids, up to $15, meaning if you bring 4 or more kids all you will pay is $15.

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President Duffy introduced NY State Commissioner John Signorile. John congratulated Charlie Norkus and talked on the recent passing of New York Boxing Inspector Felix “Figgy” Figuora. He then talked about getting more people getting involved in Ring 8. He also talked on several Officials who were in attendance including Eddie Claudio & Danny Gant. President Duffy also talked on several other Pro Officials in attendance including John McKaie, Robin Taylor and Carlos Ortiz Jr.

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Stan Janousek (professional fight name Stanley Yanachek), who takes all our pictures at the meetings and affairs, stated that were missing many old-time fighters that use to come, and asked how we can go about on getting them back.

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Harold Lederman asked how do we get in contact with the families of our deceased honorees. President Duffy stated word of mouth, and also stated that Henry Hascup is a Big help.

Harold then talked on several HBO Shows that are coming up, including the rematch of Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley. He stated that he had Manny winning 11 rounds to 1 and he lost. He also talked on the Miguel Cotto and Sergio Gabriel Martinez fight at Madison Square Garden, which the catch weight is 159 pounds.

Frank Pena asked Harold if there any up and coming fighters that he thought had a future that come from this area. Harold stated that he liked Frank Galarza, who recently stopped John Thompson in the 2nd round. He also likes Tommy Gallagher’s fighter Gabriel Bracero, who is said to have a title bout lined up against Danny Garcia. Harold is also very high on Sean Monaghan.

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Eddie Claudio talked on Julian Williams who just scored a knockout the night before.

Stan Janousek stated that he was very disappointed that very few Ring 8 members showed up for our Golden Glove Show.

Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, April 15th.

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New Legend International Fight Night – APRIL 5th

New Legend Boxing

World Ranked Juan Dominguez takes on German Meraz to headline April 5th at Resorts World Casino New York City in Jamaica, Queens

Plus undefeated Frank Galarza and world-ranked Rafael Vazquez to appear in separate co-feature bouts

For Immediate Release
Queens, NY (March 13, 2014) — On Saturday night, April 5, 2014 at Resorts World Casino New York City, New Legend Boxing will present a big night of boxing that will feature two world ranked fighters plus another fighter coming off the biggest win of his career.

In the 10 round main event, WBA number-12 ranked Super Bantamweight Juan “Baby Tito” Dominguez will see action against Veteran German Meraz (46-30, 25 KO’s). Dominguez of Brooklyn, New York has a record of 16-0 with 11 knockouts. Dominguez boasts wins over Gabriel Gomez (4-0), Arturo Santiago (7-2-1) for the New York State Bantamweight title, Geyci Lorenzo for the WBA Fedecaribe Super Bantamweight title. In his last bout on December 7, 2013 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn Dominguez scored an 8 round unanimous decision over the highly touted Camilo Perez (9-1).

Meraz of Agua Prieta, Mexico is a veteran of 76 fights. He has fought the likes of world champions Hernan Marquez, Gerry Penalosa, Martin Castillo, Cruz Carbajal, Hugo Ruiz, Tomoki Kameda and Juan Francisco Estrada, as well as world title Challenger Zsolt Bedak. Meraz has faced a plethora of undefeated fighters which include going the distance in his last two bouts with three-time U.S. Olympian Rau’shee Warren and Juan Carlos Payano on February 22nd in Bethlehem, PA.

In the first of two co-main features, WBA Number-14 ranked Super Bantamweight Rafael Vazquez will see action in an 8 round bout. Vazquez of Brooklyn, New York has a record of 10-1 with 8 knockouts. On September 21, 2013, Vazquez scored a stunning come from behind 9th round stoppage over Leon Moore (30-2) to win the WBA Fedelatin Super Bantamweight title. In his last bout on January 30th, Vazquez stopped Brad Patraw in the 1st round of a scheduled 8 round bout at the Barclays Center on January 30th.
The second co-main event will feature Undefeated Jr. Middleweight prospect Frank Galarza will take part in an 8-round bout against Franklin Gonzalez (16-12, 10 KO’s).

Galarza of Brooklyn, NY with a record of 12-0-2, is coming off a career best win by stopping fellow undefeated prospect John Thompson (14-0) in the 2nd round of a nationally televised event on ShoBox this past January 17th. Galarza also won the New York State Jr. Middleweight title with a 4th round stoppage over previously undefeated Rich Neves (6-0-1) on September 21st at Resorts World Casino New York City.

Gonzalez of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic has a signature victory over Eddie Hyland (16-1) and has faced top competition such as former world champion Luis Collazo; undefeated Pablo Vasquez (14-0), Julio Reyes (13-0), Danny O’Connor (10-0), Sadam Ali (14-0) & Glen Tapia (14-0) as well as former world title challenger Dmitry Salita. Gonzalez is coming off a unanimous decision over Franklin Frias on February 2, 2013.

In six Round Bouts:

Rich Neves (6-1-1, 3 KO’s) of New York will fight in a Welterweight bout against veteran Antonio Chaves Fernandez (4-15-2) from Brockton, MA.

Undefeated Welterweight Rajiv Bhattacharya (9-0, 6 KO’s) of Stamford, CT will take on Maurice Chalmers (11-11-1, 6 KO’s) of Lynchburg, VA.

In four round bouts:

Cruiserweight Jay Rodriguez (2-0-1, 2 KO’s) of Queens, NY will take on Jose Torres (2-2, 2 KO;s) of Springfield, MA.
Super Middleweight Devaun Lee (1-0) of Queens, NY will take on Josue Valdez (5-0, 3 KO’s) of Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic.
Jr. Middleweight Gary Beriguette (3-0, 2 KO’s) of Brooklyn, NY; Super Bantamweight Claude Staten Jr. (1-0-1) of New York and Pro debuting Middleweight Timothy McDermott of Yonkers, NY are also scheduled to see action that night.

Doors Open 6pm / First Bout 7pm. All bouts subject to change

Tickets are on sale now….

General Admission $50/ Ringside $125*/ VIP Ringside (1st row) $150*
*VIP Ringside will be sold on a first come/first serve basis…

Maybe purchased online at www.newlegendboxing.com or by calling 718-487-4474

Resorts World Casino New York City 110-00 Rockaway Blvd. Jamaica, NY 11420

Corporate Advertising Sponsorship packages also availablehttp

New Legend Boxing

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New York Golden Glove show is scheduled for this Tuesday, March 11 , 2014 at the Plattduetsche Park Restaurant


Please be advised that as per information by Bob Duffy, president of Ring 8 (www.ring8ny.com), the Ring 8 New York Golden Gloves Event was rescheduled for March 11, 2014, at 7:30PM at the Plattduetche Park Restaurant, 1132 Hempstead Turnpike, Franklin Square, New York 11010, B#516-354 3111. All tickets to the boxing show are $20.00.

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Charley Norkus Jr. Selected as Our New Board Member

The Board of Ring 8 announce the addition of our new board member Charley Norkus Jr. , the son of heavyweight contender and later NYS referee ….contender Charley Norkus ….

Charlie Norkus Jr. Award

Charley Norkus jr…..has been an avid member of Ring 8 and is the recipient of Joe Frazier award at our 2012 holiday Party ………a retired NYC Fighter fighter and a 911 respondent …..Charley will be a great asset and a welcome addition to the board …..thank you for coming aboard …

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Ring Minutes and Notes Tuesday, February 18, 2014

President Bob Duffy opened the meeting with the Flag Statue followed by


John Holden telling short stories on John Carter and Felix “Figgy” Figuora, who both passed away recently.


That was followed by the 10 count by Paulette in the memory of all those who recently passed on.

President Duffy stated that a few of the Ring 8 members went to Felix “Figgy” Figuora’s wake were them gave a 10 count and presented the family with a Glove Statue.


Keith Sullivan talked about an addition in our By-Laws in order to get a Tax Exempt Number. It will be in Section 3 and the addition will be on the people we give too. Those making under $40,000 (80%) and those making under $25,000 (50%).


President Duffy talked on the Wayne Kelly tribute that took place a few weeks ago, and that Ring 8 donated over $300 in items.

Our NY Golden Glove Show which was postponed because of the snow will take place on Tuesday March 11, 2014 at 7:30 PM and it will be at the Plattduetsche Park Restaurant located at 1132 Hempstead Turnpike, Franklin Square , NY – 1/2/ mile east of Belmont racetrack and the proceeds will go to the Bill Gallo Scholarship Fund.

President Duffy talked on our up-coming New York Boxing Hall of Fame affair and went over all the inductees. He also stated that the tickets are going fast.

New Legion Boxing Productions has donated 2 tickets for their up-coming boxing show at the Resorts World Casino, Queens, New York on Saturday, April 5th.

President Duffy introduced boxing matchmaker Joe Quiambao.


Frank Pena talked on a Golden love Show at Glen Cove High School on March 27th for the benefit of “Mom’s Who Kick.” Frank also introduced Wendy Sincuir who will be boxing in the Golden Gloves in the 152 pound weight class.

President Duffy talked on our Annual picnic which will be held in Glen Cove.

President Duffy introduced our first guest speaker Dr. David Levine, who is a Chiropractic Physician.

Dr. Levine focuses on “pain management treatment,” and has found a method to diminish conditions, like muscle spasms, and restriction of motion, which result in pain. He uses a manual technique, he said. He came to master these techniques because of his dad. He said that his dad, also a chiropractor, who he termed his best friend, was diagnosed about six years ago with stage four pancreatic cancer.

“When he got the diagnosis, Dr. Levine was devastated,” he called doctors all over the country, pain management people, oncologists, and they said the only real way to treat his pain was through narcotics.” Levine’s father had pain in his abdomen, and the son developed his techniques to try and alleviate his dad’s discomfort. “This is a story of a son who was devastated by his fathers’ condition,” the son said. “A story of love, and tragedy, to triumph. Out of this really horrific situation– he died in a hospice and Dr. Levine slept 14 days beside him– this came about. As a result of his intense love for his dad the silver lining is a new, potentially revolutionary pain management method. Really, my life and career are a tribute to my dad, Dr. Robert Levine.”

He has worked on 100′s of athletics from the NFL, NBA and now with boxers such as Zab Judah, ex heavyweight champion Leon Spinks, through his wife, and ex junior welter champ Johnny Bumphus, who all attest on tape to Levine’s skills.

His methods only takes minutes to work and has donated his service to all the Veterans coming back from the wars. Boxing writer Michael Woods just wrote an article on Dr. Levine which you can read by going to the following link. – http://www.thesweetscience.com/news/articles/18021-this-man-could-be-a-boxers-best-friend

Harold Lederman asked how does he do it. Dr. Levine explained some of his treatments. Harold talked on some hand specialists and that it takes time to heal. Lenny Mangiapane asked if he took Medicare.
President Duffy introduced all the well known boxing people in attendance.

BWAA President, Jack Hirsch talked on Ring 8, our President Bob Duffy and the Brooklyn Nets and Boxing Ring Announcer David Diamante, and what a Great job their doing.
Jack continued to talk on the New Legion Boxing Productions and Luis Collazo’s 2nd round knockout over Victor Ortiz. Jack stated that Louie talked to the kids a his wife’s school. He also talked about Louie’s boxing career and how he overcame some pitfalls to become a World Champion and after his Great win over Ortiz is on his way back again.


Collazo’s co-manger Wilson Naranjo thanked Ring 8 and then


Luis Collazo talked on how we all face defeat but we have to get back up. Wilson and Collazo’s long-time trainer


Nirmal Lorick introduced the rest of the New Legion Boxing Productions.


Danny Gant also stated that Ring 8 was doing great things.
President Duffy gave out Ring 8 hats to them all.

Frank Pena, who was the inspector in Collazo’s corner when he fought Ortiz, stated that it was a pleasure working with the. They were all class acts.

Felipe Gomez talked on their up-coming boxing show at the Resorts World Casino, Queens, New York on Saturday, April 5th. Most of the boxers that attended tonight will be boxing on that show.


Harold Lederman talked on Collazo’s bouts with Berto and Hatton and then told the story on how he introduced the CEO of Golden Boy, Richard Schaefer to Collazo and told Richard how good he was, a little while later Golden Boy signed Collazo.

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