Former boxing champion ‘Marvelous’ Marvin Hagler dies at age 66

“I’m sorry for making a very sad advertisement,” his wife wrote on Facebook. “Unfortunately today, my beloved husband Marvelous Marvin died unexpectedly at his home here in New Hampshire. Our family requests that our privacy be respected during this difficult time. With love.”

Hagler became the undisputed middleweight champion in 1980. He was best known for defending his title against Tommy Hearns in 1985 in A brutal three-round battle It has been described as “war”.

After 12 successful title defenses, the boxing icon’s career and reign as champion ended in 1987 with a controversial 12-round loss to “Sugar” Ray Leonard. He officially announced his retirement the following year and moved to Italy, where he became an action movie actor.

During his professional boxing career, Hagler scored 62 wins, 3 losses and 2 draws, with 52 knockout wins. Inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 1993.

Many in the boxing community mourned Hagler’s loss, and they paid homage to the man who had dominated the middleweight division for nearly a decade.

Former boxing champion Oscar de la Hoya She saidSad to hear about the death of Marvelus Marvin Hagler. One of the greatest characters to ever enter the ring!
Boxing promoter Bob Arum She said From Hagler, “He was a man of honor and a man of his word, and he performed in the ring with unparalleled determination. He was a true athlete and a real man. I’ll miss him so much.”

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