Spokane Coliseum

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Spokane's main arena for sports, entertainment, and concerts from 1954 until the mid-1990s, when the Spokane Arena was built. It debuted as a boxing venue on December 10, 1954, with a main event that featured Featherweight World Champion Sandy Saddler taking a unanimous decision over Spokane's Bobby Woods in a non-title bout.

Not to be confused with the Al Morse Coliseum, which was a venue for boxing in the late 1930s, and had a much smaller capacity.