Monday, June 23 2008
By Big Joe Miranda
“Berry Gordy Jr., the founder of Motown Records, was inducted into the California Boxing Hall of Fame over the weekend in Studio City. With a professional record of 11-3-2, he had fought three times in the Golden State before his career in the music business. Newly crowned WBC light welterweight champ Timothy Bradley was a special guest. “
The remainder of the article and the accompanying photo are at this SOURCE: FightNews.com.
Now I knew that Berry Gordy had a boxing career before Motown — but who knew he was good at it!
Congratulations Mr. Gordy.