Gary Summerhays

Gary Summerhays The name Summerhays is synonymous with the sport of boxing in Brantford. Before turning professional Gary won over 100 of his 125 amateur fights. On April 20, 1970, in Windsor Ontario, Gary and his two brothers turned professional. He won his very first professional match, and in 1973 won the Commonwealth Light-Heavyweight crown.

Memorabilia

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    Belt received on March 1, 1980 by Gary Summerhays

    Belt received on March 1, 1980 by Gary Summerhays after successfully defending the Canadian Light Heavyweight title against Eddie Melo in Montreal.

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    Belt won by Gary Summerhays on December 18, 1979

    Belt won by Gary Summerhays on December 18, 1979. He won the belt after defending the Canadian Light Heavyweight title against Jean-Claude LeClair in Montreal.

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    Belt won by Gary Summerhays on February 27, 1978

    Belt won by Gary Summerhays on February 27, 1978, after knocking out Tony Mundine of Australia in the 11th round. Mundine was ahead in points at the time of the knockout. This took place in Melbourne, Australia.