Rudell Stitch (January 7, 1933 - June 5, 1960) was a professional boxer from Louisville, Kentucky. Stitch was ranked second in the world as a welterweight and fought numerous contenders, including Isaac Logart, Yama Bahama, Chico Vejar, Gasper Ortega, Luis Manuel Rodríguez, Ralph Dupas, Holly Mims, and Stan Harrington. He died while trying to save a friend from drowning in the Ohio River.
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... On June 5, 1960, Stitch went fishing with Bud Bruner, Bruner's son, and Charles Oliver, a friend ... He grabbed Stitch, and they both went into the Ohio River ... As he was swimming back to shore, Stitch heard Oliver yelling and went back to get him ...
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