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'''Carl Morris''' was considered the original "[[White Hope]]" by the [[Ring Magazine: March 1930|March 1930]] ''The Ring'' magazine. His date of birth is often given as Feb. 23, 1887. However, 1916 newspapers announced on Feb. 23 that he had turned 30 years old.
 
'''Carl Morris''' was considered the original "[[White Hope]]" by the [[Ring Magazine: March 1930|March 1930]] ''The Ring'' magazine. His date of birth is often given as Feb. 23, 1887. However, 1916 newspapers announced on Feb. 23 that he had turned 30 years old.
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Morris died in Pasadena of cancer at age 67.
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* [[:Image:Morris.Carl.jpg|Photo #2]] of Morris with sparring partner; [[:Image:Carl Morris .544445.jpg|Photo #3]], [[:Image:CarlMorris1.jpg|Photo #4]], [[:Image:CarlMorris2.jpg|Photo #5]]
 
* [[:Image:Morris.Carl.jpg|Photo #2]] of Morris with sparring partner; [[:Image:Carl Morris .544445.jpg|Photo #3]], [[:Image:CarlMorris1.jpg|Photo #4]], [[:Image:CarlMorris2.jpg|Photo #5]]
  
 
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[[Category:Canadian Boxing Federation Heavyweight Champions]]
 
[[Category:Canadian Boxing Federation Heavyweight Champions]]

Revision as of 19:46, 26 December 2012

Carl Morris2.jpg

Name: Carl Morris
Alias: The Original White Hope
Born: 1884-02-23
Birthplace: Fulton, Kentucky, USA
Died: 1951-07-11 (Age:67)
Hometown: Pasadena, California, USA
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 6′ 4″   /   193cm
Reach: 81″   /   206cm
Boxing Record: click

Manager: Nate Lewis

Carl Morris was considered the original "White Hope" by the March 1930 The Ring magazine. His date of birth is often given as Feb. 23, 1887. However, 1916 newspapers announced on Feb. 23 that he had turned 30 years old.

Morris died in Pasadena of cancer at age 67.