Canadian Boxing Hall of Fame
The Canadian Boxing Hall of Fame was founded by Toronto promoter Tony Unitas in the 1960s.
Jack Harrell, who moved to Toronto from Florida in the 1970s, opened a gym called Florida Jack's that housed the second incarnation of the Canadian Boxing Hall of Fame.
Harrell died from pneumonia at age 61 in 2006. Following his death, the gym changed ownership and the Hall closed. Unfortunately, Harrell's memorabilia disappeared.
The Canadian Boxing Hall of Fame was revived in 2015.
- Muhammad Ali: Inducted in 2002 as a tribute to his two fights with George Chuvalo
- Tommy Burns
- Eddie Carroll: Inducted in 1974
- George Chuvalo: Inducted in 1998
- George Dixon
- Yvon Durelle
- Larry Gains: Inducted in 1974
- Clyde Gray
- Walter Henry
- Sam Langford
- Jimmy McLarnin
- Steve Trojack