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Boxing – 1986 – NBCs Marv Albert Provides Profile And History Of Frankie Warren Career

Frankie Warren was a super lightweight boxer out of Corpus Christi, Texas….who was the USBA super lightweight champion from in 1986 after defeating Ronnie Shields….then lost his challenge for the vacant IBF world super lightweight title in 1987 against James “Buddy” McGirt…..whom he had beaten by unanimous decision in 1986 for his USBA super lightweight title.  Warren would again become USBA super lightweight champion in 1988….when he defeated Clarence Coleman by unanimous decision.  Frankie Warren would retire from professional boxing in 1989 after a seven year career with 30 wins with 20 KO’s and 2 losses.   

NBC’s Marv Albert provides an insightful look at the life and career of Frankie Warren in this video seen herewith…..as Warren was another really good fighter during The Golden Age of Boxing from 1964 to 1995…..who is simply being forgotten by a fast moving world of 2018…as he deserves his place in boxing history.  

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