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'''Hymie Wiseman''' had been a mid-west amateur bantamweight champion before embarking on his professional career. He spent most of his career fighting out of the Mid-West--rarely venturing west of Iowa or east of Chicago.  For two months in 1931 Wiseman was ranked by ''The Ring'' magazine as the #9 featherweight in the world.  It also appears from the historical record that Wiseman was never knocked out in his boxing career. He was a stablemate of boxers Louis Mays and brother fighters Henry and Vale Falegano. Wiseman became a boxing manager and was reputed to be involved with Mafia activities in the Mid-West after retiring from boxing.
 
'''Hymie Wiseman''' had been a mid-west amateur bantamweight champion before embarking on his professional career. He spent most of his career fighting out of the Mid-West--rarely venturing west of Iowa or east of Chicago.  For two months in 1931 Wiseman was ranked by ''The Ring'' magazine as the #9 featherweight in the world.  It also appears from the historical record that Wiseman was never knocked out in his boxing career. He was a stablemate of boxers Louis Mays and brother fighters Henry and Vale Falegano. Wiseman became a boxing manager and was reputed to be involved with Mafia activities in the Mid-West after retiring from boxing.
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:33, 22 December 2012

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Name: Hymie Wiseman
Hometown: Des Moines, Iowa, USA
Boxing Record: click

Hymie Wiseman had been a mid-west amateur bantamweight champion before embarking on his professional career. He spent most of his career fighting out of the Mid-West--rarely venturing west of Iowa or east of Chicago. For two months in 1931 Wiseman was ranked by The Ring magazine as the #9 featherweight in the world. It also appears from the historical record that Wiseman was never knocked out in his boxing career. He was a stablemate of boxers Louis Mays and brother fighters Henry and Vale Falegano. Wiseman became a boxing manager and was reputed to be involved with Mafia activities in the Mid-West after retiring from boxing.