Texas Boxing Hall of Fame to Honor Greats

For many years, Texas has been a hotbed for amateur and professional Boxing. One of the top producers of World Champion Boxers in the United States, the state has also been home to the famed Texas Golden Gloves, Olympic Trials, and many of Boxing’s biggest World Championship events. Finally, there will be a home to honor the many champions and those who contributed so greatly to the sport in Texas.

It was announced today, by longtime Texas Boxing figure, Lester Bedford, that the Texas Boxing Hall of Fame is now a reality. Bedford, who will serve as President of the organization, has been front and center for Texas’ biggest professional boxing events of the last 40 years as an event facilitator, site coordinator, and manager. He’ll be teaming up with Houston businessman, George Foreman, Jr. to organize and guide the future of the Texas Boxing Hall of Fame.

“Finally, we will have a platform to honor and preserve Texas Boxing’s rich heritage and to chronicle the achievements of those who excelled and contributed to the sport,” said Bedford. “Understandably, only a few get honored by the International Boxing Hall of Fame, so we need to take it on ourselves to honor those great champions and so many others who have contributed to Boxing in Texas.”

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The Texas Boxing Hall of Fame is a nonprofit organization that aims to preserve the history of boxing in Texas while also recognizing the current and future stars of the sport. The organization will be a critical resource for not only those who are passionate about boxing but also for those who are interested in learning more about its rich heritage in the Lone Star state.

“I am honored to be working with such an incredible team of people who take the sport of boxing so seriously. Our goal is to bring international attention to the achievements of these great boxing icons, trainers, promoters, and executives with the hope to inspire a new generation to carry on their legacy.” said George Foreman Jr.

The newly formed Texas Boxing Hall of Fame has an ambitious goal: to build a cultural institution that celebrates the rich history and traditions of boxing, while also providing a platform for young up-and-coming boxers to hone their skills. With a series of events and educational programming, the

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Texas Boxing Hall of Fame will attract both established fans of boxing and those who have just become curious about the sport.

Houston based marketing firm, The Culture Equity has signed on to act as the agency of record for the Texas Boxing Hall of Fame and looks forward to helping the organization in its branding, program development, and experiential strategy. “We are very excited about representing an organization that will honor our state’s rich boxing tradition,” says Culture Equity CEO, Tiffany Murphy. “The Texas Boxing Hall of Fame will serve not only as a tribute to an important part of Texas history but also as a way to honor those who dedicated their lives to making Texas into one of the most prominent boxing states in the country.”

Now that the organization has officially launched, the next order of business would be to determine a Board of Advisors, Selection Committee, and announce their first Induction Class for 2022. A website and social media platforms are to be completed soon, as well. As for a date for their first induction ceremony, the Texas Boxing Hall of Fame is targeting October 2022.

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