Gary Jacobs (boxer)
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|Real name||Gary Jacobs|
10 December 1965 |
Glasgow, Scotland, UK
|Wins by KO||26|
Jacobs at various points in his career held the British, Commonwealth, and European (EBU) welterweight titles, as well as unsuccessfully challenging Pernell Whitaker for his WBC crown. Jacobs wore a Star of David on his trunks. He was inducted into the Scottish Boxing Hall of Fame in 2011.
Gary is now a professional boxing coach at the MGM Scotland Gym.
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|Commonwealth Welterweight Champion
19 April 1988 – 23 November 1989
|British Welterweight Champion
20 February 1992 - 9 July 1992
Title next held byDel Bryan
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