Charley Fusari (August 20, 1924 - November 4, 1985) was an American boxer born in Italy. Charley was undefeated in his first 45 fights. In his 45th fight, he beat the great Tippy Larkin.
Fusari had two world title shots during his career. He lost a one-sided decision to defending welterweight champion Sugar Ray Robinson on August 9, 1950 and lost a split decision to Johnny Bratton for the vacant National Boxing Association World welterweight title on March 14, 1951 after Robinson had relinquished the title upon winning the world middleweight title from Jake LaMotta a month earlier.