Inducted in 1972, Lee Ramage, a heavyweight with a lightning left jab, had a 76-12 record and ranked as high as Number 5 in the world as a heavyweight in the 1930s.
Inducted in 2001, Ken Norton began boxing in the Marine Corps while stationed at Camp Pendleton. He won three Marine heavyweight titles and turned professional in 1967.
Inducted in 1965, Archie Moore, “The Old Mongoose”, was an ageless, durable master boxer who held the world light-heavyweight title for ten years (1952-1962).
2131 Pan American Plaza San Diego, CA 92101
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Museum Admission Price:
Youth (3-17): $5