Len Walters

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Name: Len Walters
Nationality: Canadian
Hometown: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Boxing Record: click

Manager: Dave Brown

From the Burnaby Hall of Fame Profile:

"Len Walters won the Canadian open bantam weight championship in 1949 and 1952. He amassed an amateur record of 139-10 and a pro record of 14-4 in a 13-year boxing career. Walters won four B.C. senior and two national titles, while also capturing the U.S. featherweight title in 1951, only the third Canadian to do so. He competed for Canada at the Commonwealth and Olympic Games in the 1950s, and was recognized the following year with a civic award from the City of Vancouver."

Olympic Results

(as a featherweight)

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