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As an amateur, '''Harry Mizler''', the younger brother of fellow boxer [[Moe Mizler]], was the [[ABA]] bantamweight and Gold Medalist at the inaugural British Empire Games in 1930. He also won the ABA Bantamweight championship in 1932 and the ABA Lightweight championship in 1933. Mizler represented Great Britain as a lightweight at the 1932 Los Angeles [[Olympic Games]]. Mizler lost his opening bout on points to American [[Nat Bor]].
As an amateur, '''Harry Mizler''', the younger brother of fellow boxer [[Moe Mizler]], was the ABA bantamweight and Gold Medalist at the inaugural British Empire Games in 1930. He also won the ABA Bantamweight championship in 1932 and the ABA Lightweight championship in 1933. Mizler represented Great Britain as a lightweight at the 1932 Los Angeles [[Olympic Games]].  
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* [http://nipperpatdaly.co.uk/harrymizler.html Harry Mizler (St. George's)] Article.
 
<small>Much of the linked career record is taken from the 1942 [[Ring Record Book]], and Mizler's record compiled by Miles Templeton.</small>
 
<small>Much of the linked career record is taken from the 1942 [[Ring Record Book]], and Mizler's record compiled by Miles Templeton.</small>
  

Latest revision as of 20:43, 4 November 2012

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Name: Harry Mizler
Born: 1913-01-22
Died: 1990-00-00 (Age:76)
Hometown: St George's, London, United Kingdom
Boxing Record: click

As an amateur, Harry Mizler, the younger brother of fellow boxer Moe Mizler, was the ABA bantamweight and Gold Medalist at the inaugural British Empire Games in 1930. He also won the ABA Bantamweight championship in 1932 and the ABA Lightweight championship in 1933. Mizler represented Great Britain as a lightweight at the 1932 Los Angeles Olympic Games. Mizler lost his opening bout on points to American Nat Bor.

Much of the linked career record is taken from the 1942 Ring Record Book, and Mizler's record compiled by Miles Templeton.