List of Middleweight Boxing Champions

List Of Middleweight Boxing Champions

Champions were recognized by public acclamation. A champion in that era was a fighter who had a notable win over another fighter and kept winning afterward. Retirements or disputed results could lead to a championship being split among several men for periods of time.

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