When Jack Sharkey retired in 1936 after twelve years of boxing, he had carved out a career that was both exciting and controversial.
By Dan Cuoco
President, Henry Hascup is proud to announce that on Thursday evening, November 12, 2015, the New Jersey Boxing Hall of Fame will hold its 46th Annual Dinner and Induction Ceremonies at the beautiful Venetian, located at 546 River Drive, Garfield, New Jersey starting at 7:00p.m. Tickets are priced at ONLY $85.00 per person. Fourteen (14) of Boxing’s finest will be inducted in the New Jersey Boxing Hall of Fame, and they are as follows:
FIGHTERS: John Brown, Valentin Contreras, Curtis Parker, Micky Ward, Kevin Smith (Posthumous)
TRAINERS: Bill Johnson, Bouie Fisher (Posthumous), Harry Wiley (Posthumous)
NON PARTICIPANTS: George Hill, Andre Kut, Daryl Peoples, Mark Taffet, Donald Trump and Dave Weinberg
Also, the NEW JERSEY BOXING HALL OF FAME will be honoring their Senior Amateur, Junior Olympic Amateur & Professional Boxers of the Year as well as the Amateur Official & Coach of the Year Plus our “2015 Man of the Year”.
For additional forms, tickets or information, contact our President, Henry Hascup at 59 Kipp Ave.,, Lodi, NJ 07644 or call him at 973-471-2458. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or fax 973-470-8301
The International Boxing Research Organization (IBRO) was organized in May, 1982 for the express purpose of: establishing an accurate history of boxing; compiling complete and accurate boxing records; facilitating the dissemination of boxing research information and cooperating in safeguarding the individual research efforts of its members by application of the rules of scholarly research.