Boxing Inductees

Delaware Sports Hall of Fame

David Tiberi

Dave  started with amateur bouts in Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania and twice won the Pennsylvania Golden Gloves title. He

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Lou Brooks

Brooks had a busy amateur boxing career, winning nearly 100 bouts in three years, 80 by knockout, three in one

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Al Tribuani

Acclaimed the state’s outstanding boxing product, Tribuani was Easter Gold Gloves champion in 1940 and the winner in his division

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Al Sund

Al trained and fought out of the Keystone Club on East Fourth Street and was Delaware State Bantamweight Champ. He

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