Marty Sammon

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- Modern-day boxing referee and judge<br>
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'''Name:''' Marty Sammon<br>
- Officiating [http://www.boxrec.com/official_search.php?official_id=229 record]<br>
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'''Nationality:''' US American<br>
- Recognized for his catch phrase "...That's It, Beautiful!" which he uses numerous times during bouts.
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'''Residence:''' Santa Clara, California, USA<br>
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'''Officiating Record:''' [http://www.boxrec.com/list_bouts.php?human_id=401055&cat=judge Judge]<br>
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== Biography ==
 
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- Source: (Robert Mladinich. www.TheSweetScience.com. 28 Feb 2005.)
 
- Source: (Robert Mladinich. www.TheSweetScience.com. 28 Feb 2005.)
  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:05, 17 April 2008

Marty Sammon

Name: Marty Sammon
Nationality: US American
Residence: Santa Clara, California, USA
Officiating Record: Judge
Officiating Record: Referee


  • Recognized for his catch phrase "...That's It, Beautiful!" which he uses numerous times during bouts.

[edit] Biography

  • When not officiating, Sammon works as a stockbroker in San Jose, California.
  • Officiated 50+ World Championship matches as judge or referee.
  • Listed as "Referee #5" in the credits for the 2004 Academy Award Winning motion picture Million Dollar Baby.
  • Member of the boxing team at Santa Clara University, where he earned a degree in finance in the mid-1950s. Also as a member of the ROTC, Sammon was "commissioned as a second lieutenant in the United States Army after graduation."
  • First experience as a referee came at San Quentin State Prison where he agreed to referee bouts between the inmates. Note: He was not an inmate.

- Source: (Robert Mladinich. www.TheSweetScience.com. 28 Feb 2005.)

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