Photos: Connecticut Boxing Hall of Fame

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UNCASVILLE, Conn. (Dec. 5, 2013) – The ninth annual Connecticut Boxing Hall of Fame (CBHOF) Gala Induction Dinner, held November 9 at the Uncas Ballroom in Mohegan Sun, was a major success.  Below find a list of the Class of 2013, as well as individual award winners, in addition to a photo gallery.

 

 

CBHOF Class of 2013 inductees

 

Former world title challenger Luigi “Kid Dynamite” Campurato

Former world title challenger and Israel “Pito” Cardona

Broadcaster Al Bernstein

Promoter Joe DeGuardia

Referee/amateur coach Johnny Callas

USA Boxing administrator Roland Roy

 

2013 CBHOF award winners

 

Professional Boxer of the Year: “Machine Gun” Mike Oliver

Amateur Boxer of the Year: Mykquan “Mad Mike” Williams

State Amateur Official of the Year, Lou Pontacoloni

William Hutt State Professional Official of the Year, timekeeper Bill Maxeiner

Contribution to Boxing, former Hartford Courant sportswriter George Smith

 

 

Photo gallery of inductees courtesy of Richard A. Esposito

  (L-R) – CBHOF President Glenn Feldman, 2013 CBHOF inductee Al Bernstein, HBO judge Harold Lederman and ESPN’s Jeremy Schaap 

 

 

2013 CBHOF inductee Johnny Callas

 

 

(L-R) CBHOF President Glenn Feldman, and 2013 CBHOF inductee

Luigi “Kid Dynamite” Campurato

 

 

 

(L-R) HBO judge Harold Lederman, 2013 CBHOF inductee Israel “Pito” Cardona and CBHOF President Glenn Feldman

 

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