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==Pre-Professional highlights==
 
==Pre-Professional highlights==

Revision as of 20:46, 15 January 2013

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World Boxing Hall of Fame Inductee

Name: Ernie Terrell
Born: 1939-04-04
Birthplace: Belzoni, Mississippi, USA
Died: 2014-12-16 (Age:75)
Hometown: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 6′ 6″   /   198cm
Reach: 82″   /   208cm
Boxing Record: click

Ernie Terrell Gallery
Trainer: Freddie Brown IMDb credits: [1]

Pre-Professional highlights

  • 1956: Made the final of the Chicago Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions at light heavyweight with James Boyd of Montgomery, AL, being awarded the verdict.
  • 1957: Won the Chicago Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions at light heavyweight by KO in the 1st vs. Larry Vignaroli of Des Moines, IA, and won the Intercity Golden Gloves championship at light heavyweight vs. Eddie Bramlett.



Preceded by:
James Boyd
Chicago Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions
Light Heavyweight Champion

1957
Succeeded by:
Kent Green
Preceded by:
Alonzo Johnson
Intercity Golden Gloves
Light Heavyweight Champion

1957
Succeeded by:
James Hargett



Preceded by:
Muhammad Ali
Stripped
WBA Heavyweight Champion
1965 Mar 5 – 1967 Feb 6
Succeeded by:
Muhammad Ali