Al Sund

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Al trained and fought out of the Keystone Club on East Fourth Street and was Delaware State Bantamweight Champ. He won 53 straight fights before losing his first, and, at age 21, his record stood
at 87-1, including 19 consecutive knockouts, one of which came at 20 seconds into the first round against Al Keith, a Lebanon bantamweight. He later fought in the old Madison Square Garden, Harlem,
and many East Coast Cities, sometimes under the names of Marty Sullivan and Kid Sunn. His lifetime record of 203-2-2  earned him acknowledgment as one of the best bantamweight boxers in the
country during his time.



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