Inducted on November 9, 2000

Harold Knight has been involved in boxing since he was nine years old. After a great amateur career, Knight went on to become a fine professional, losing only once in his world title challenge against Rocky Lockridge. Knight was forced to retire from the ring for medical reasons when he was just 25 years old, before he could fulfill his potential. Not one to feel sorry for himself, “The Shadow” continued to strive forward in life and today he is probably best known for his involvement with Undisputed Heavyweight Champion of the World, Lennox Lewis. Knight has been with Lewis for over a decade.

AMATEUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Amateur record of 103-13

-Five time NJ Jr. Olympic Champion

-Four time Regional Jr. Olympic Champion

-Two time National PAL Champion

-Ohio State Fair Champion

• Two time Arkansas Invitational Champion

• Winner of numerous Team vs Team tournaments, including Canada and the US Marines

-Rated No.3 in USA during 1980-81

PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS -Pro record of 19-1 (15 knockouts) ·USBA Jr. Lightweight Champion ·Induction into NJ Boxing Hall of Fame

Harold Knight failed a CAT-scan and had to retire from boxing at the age of 25. He has a final record of 19-1 with 15 KO’s

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