Leroy Haley

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Leroy Haley (born 1954-12-27 in Garland County, AR), is a former American boxer at Light Welterweight.

Professional career[edit]

Known as "Irish", Haley turned pro in 1973 and captured the WBC light welterweight title with a split decision win over Saoul Mamby in 1982. He defended the belt twice before losing it to Bruce Curry by decision the following year. He lost a split decision in a rematch later that year. He retired in 1985 after two consecutive losses, including a loss to champion Billy Costello.

Preceded by
Saoul Mamby
WBC Light Welterweight Champion
1982 Jun 26 – 1983 May 18
Succeeded by
Bruce Curry

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