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Old 01-05-2017, 11:04 PM
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Default Fighters w/o cards or with few cards?

In my perpetual quest for stuff, I have been looking for career-contemporary cards of some HOF boxers who I just cannot seem to find on cards Anyone have any ideas on these:

Charley Burley
Miguel Canto
Antonio Cervantes
Bobby Chacon
Khaosai Galaxy
Humberto Gonzalez
Cocoa Kid
Ismael Laguna
Ricardo Lopez
Lloyd Marshall
Eusebio Pedroza
Luis Rodriguez
Daniel Zaragosa
Carlos Zarate
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Ricardo Lopez was in the Japan World Boxing Set issued in February 1996.
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Old 01-06-2017, 12:39 AM
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Wish I could find a list, and I don't know if you'd consider them "cards", but "Boxing Beat" magazine might have had a couple of those guys in a back cover card "cut-out" in the late 80's.

I know I've run across them and considered them pretty neat, but never thought to remove them from the magazine.
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Old 01-06-2017, 01:29 PM
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Cut-out card issues have a long history. Heck, the first two Ali cards are cut from publications (1960 Hemmets and 1962 Rekord). If you have any I'd like to see them.

JWB and Gong have knocked quite a few off my HOF list, not to mention the Pac-Man and B-Hop RCs. They are pretty nice cards.





Here's the 1996 JWB Zarate; might be his RC even though he'd retired by that point:



These are 1981 RCs from Japan's Gong Magazine, stickers actually:




And a 1982 Gong Salvador Sanchez issued a few months before his death:

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Old 01-06-2017, 01:48 PM
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Oh, cut-outs are fine. Just wasn't sure where some people draw the line. I made a point of questioning the Boxing Beat cards because they don't have a traditional back. Just the back of the magazine ad, even though the fronts appear to be designed to be cut out.

Yes, the Japan World Boxing are really nice cards. I have a bunch of sheets of them laying around here.

Galaxy is also in that set, but several years after he retired.


Here's the entire list minus panels #26, #28, #31, #39. If somebody wants to fill those in. Wish I could remember where I lifted this from so I could give credit.


Panel #1 (Feb 1996)
- 1: Hiroshi Kawashima
- 2: Shiro Yahiro
- 3: Ricardo Lopez
- 4: Muhammad Ali
Panel #2 (Mar 1996)
- 5: Takato Toguchi
- 6: Tatsufumi Itoh
- 7: Orzubek "Gussie" Nazarov
- 8: Joe Louis
Panel #3 (Apr 1996)
- 9: Yuji Watanabe
- 10: Setsuo Kawamasu
- 11: Eloy Rojas
- 12: Henry Armstrong
Panel #4 (May 1996)
- 13: Yuichi Kasai
- 14: Hiroyuki Yoshino
- 15: Juan Martin Coggi
- 16: Sugar Ray Robinson
Panel #5 (June 1996)
- 17: Yuri Arbachakov
- 18: Yasushi Arai
- 19: Seaen Sow Ploenchit
- 20: Joe Frazier
Panel #6 (July 1996)
- 21: Koji Matsumoto
- 22: Shinji Takehara
- 23: Archie Moore
- 24: Costya Tszyu
Panel #7 (Aug 1996)
- 25: Hiromu Kuwata
- 26: Keiji Yamaguchi
- 27: Gabriel "Flash" Elorde
- 28: William Joppy
Panel #8 (Sept 1996)
- 29: Jintoku Sato
- 30: Yoko Gushiken
- 31: Wilfredo Vasquez
- 32: Gene Tunney
Panel #9 (Oct 1996)
- 33: Rick Yoshimura
- 34: Luisito "Koizumi" Espinosa
- 35: Yamato Mitani
- 36: Yoshio Shirai
Panel #10 (Nov 1996)
- 37: Kyoshiro Fuqushima
- 38: Hiroki Ioka
- 39: Carlos Zarate
- 40: Saman Sow Jaturong
Panel #11 (Dec 1996)
- 41: Satoshi Iida
- 42: Joichiro "Joe" Tatsuyoshi
- 43: Yong-Soo Choi
- 44: Jack Johnson
Panel #12 (Jan 1997)
- 45: Hiroyuki Sakamoto
- 46: Hisashi Teraji
- 47: Terrible Terry Norris
- 48: Salvador Sanchez
Panel #13 (Feb 1997)
- 49: Yosukezan Nishijima
- 50: Keitaro Hoshino
- 51: Ratanapol Dutchboy-GYM
- 52: Jose "Mantequilla" Napoles
Panel #14 (Mar 1997)
- 53: Takanori Hatakeyama
- 54: Akira Ohigashi
- 55: Johnny Tapia
- 56: Sugar Ray Leonard
Panel #15 (Apr 1997)
- 57: Kevin Palmer
- 58: Koji Arisawa
- 59: Pitchit Chorsiriwat
- 60: Bob Fitzsimmons
Panel #16 (May 1997)
- 61: Minoru Horiuchi
- 62: Kazu Arisawa
- 63: Naseem Hamed
- 64: Pancho Villa
Panel #17 (June 1997)
- 65: Hidenobu Honda
- 66: Rocky Lin
- 67: Barney Ross
- 68: Oscar De La Hoya
Panel #18 (July 1997)
- 69: Yoshinori Nishizawa
- 70: Kabato Suzuki
- 71: Hideyuki Ohashi
- 72: Antonio Cermeno
Panel #19 (Aug 1997)
- 73: Mangoro Ishimaru
- 74: Jiro Matsushima
- 75: Tsuyoshi Hamada
- 76: Genaro Hernandez
Panel #20 (Sept 1997)
- 77: Gerry Penalosa
- 78: Makato Nakahara
- 79: Shin Yamato
- 80: Emile Griffith
Panel #21 (Oct 1997)
- 81: Yoshiaki Matsukura
- 82: Takashi Koshimoto
- 83: Luisito Espinosa
- 84: Masahiko "Fighting" Harada
Panel #22 (Nov 1997)
- 85: Junichi Ono
- 86: Nobutoshi Hiranaka
- 87: Chatchai Datchboy-Gym
- 88: Bob Foster
Panel #23 (Dec 1997)
- 89: Hisao Arai
- 90: Akihiko Nago
- 91: Chang Jung-koo
- 92: Steve Johnston
Panel #24 (Jan 1998)
- 93: Yosukezan Nishijima
- 94: Go Kaneuchi
- 95: Jose Bonilla
- 96: Carlos Monzon
Panel #25 (Feb 1998)
- 97: Masahiko Nakamura
- 98: Yasuei Yakushiji
- 99: Felix Trinidad
- 100: Jack Dempsey
Panel #26 (Mar 1998)
- Unknown
Panel #27 (Apr 1998)
- 105: Luis "Yory Boy" Campas
- 106: Shin Yamato
- 107: German Torres
- 108: Yutaka Manabe
Panel #28 (May 1998)
- Unknown
Panel #29 (June 1998)
- 113: Hiroyuki Maeda
- 114: Yasuo "Wolf" Tokimitsu
- 115: Shane "Sugar" Mosley
- 116: Sandy Saddler
Panel #30 (July 1998)
- 117: Satoru Abe
- 118: Masayuki Takeda
- 119: Khaosai Galaxy
- 120: Manuel 'Mantecas' Medina
Panel #31 (Aug 1998)
- Unknown
Panel #32 (Sept 1998)
- 125: Kengo Nagashima
- 126: Isaac Sentuwa
- 127: Lennox Lewis
- 128: Yoshiaki Numata
Panel #33 (Oct 1998)
- 129: Junichi Ono
- 130: Ryuhei Sugita
- 131: Bernard Hopkins
- 132: Gilberto Roman
Panel #34 (Nov 1998)
- 133: Toshiharu Kayama
- 134: Toshiaki Nishioka
- 135: Erik "Terrible" Morales
- 136: Jeff Fenech
Panel #35 (Dec 1998)
- 137: Kengo Nagashima
- 138: Takanori Hatakeyama
- 139: Juan Carlos Gomez
- 140: Terry McGovern
Panel #36 (Feb 1999)
- 141: Shozi "Celes" Kobayashi
- 142: Nobunao Ootani
- 143: Manny Pacquiao
- 144: Willie Pep
Panel #37 (Mar 1999)
- 145: Hideki Todaka
- 146: Toshiaki Nishioka
- 147: Laurent Boudouani
- 148: Pascual Perez
Panel #38 (Apr 1999)
- 149: Phaniang Okuda
- 150: Hiroshi Nakajima
- 151: Roberto Garcia
- 152: Paul Takeshi Fuji
Panel #39 (May 1999)
- Unknown
Panel #40 (June 1999)
- 157:Akira Ohigashi
- 158: Senrima Chol-ho
- 159: Artur Grigorijan
- 160: Leopard Tamakuma
Panel #41 (July 1999)
- 161: Naotaka Hozumi
- 162: Takashi Koshimoto
- 163: Veerapol Nakornloung Promotion
- 164: Miguel Canto
Panel #42 (Aug 1999)
- 165: Akihiko Nago
- 166: Yoshinori Nishizawa
- 167: Fred Norwood
- 168: Yuh Myung-Woo
Panel #43 (Sept 1999)
- 169: Kohji Arisawa
- 170: Kazuhiro Ryuko
- 171: Azumah Nelson
- 172: Wandee Shinwancha
Panel #44 (Oct 1999)
- 173: Makoto Suzuki
- 174: Osamu Sato
- 175: James Page
- 176: Wilfred Benitez
Panel #45 (Nov 1999)
- 177: Hiroshi Nakajima
- 178: Kozo Ishii
- 179: Cesar Soto
- 180: Joe Walcott
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Old 01-06-2017, 02:00 PM
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Just realized I have some of the missing sheets.

Panel #39 May 1999 is

153 Manabu Fukushima
154 Masaaki Morooka
155 Leo Gamez
156 Pipino Cuevas


Panel #31 August 1998 is

121 Kozo Ishii
122 Satoshi Iida
123 Mark "Too Sharp" Johnson
124 Matthew Saad Muhammad


Panel #26 March 1998 is

101 Yoshiaki Matsukura
102 Takeo Imaoka
103 Stanley Ketchel
104 Genaro Hernandez

Panel #28 May 1998 is

109 Akihiko Nago
110 Momotaro Kitajima
111 Wilfredo Gomez
112 Rosendo Alvarez


Ok, that seems to account for all of them now.

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Old 01-06-2017, 02:10 PM
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I had a couple Pacquios before they took off. Probably sold them for under $15 bucks each. Such is life.


Also sold a bunch of stuff I never thought anybody would ever want, so it all works out in the end.
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I think Ray Temple does not have a card.

http://boxrec.com/boxer/55387
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None I can identify.
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I'd take Lopez and Galaxy as placeholders.
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