Carl (Bobo) Olson 2002 Deaths
Carl (Bobo) OlsonAge: 73
Hawaiian-born boxer, who was named Ring magazine's fighter of the year in 1953 for defeating Randy Turpin for the middleweight championship; lost the title two years later to Sugar Ray Robinson, who would beat him three more times in his career; compiled 99-16-2 record with 49 knockouts in 117 career fights; inducted into World Boxing Hall of Fame in 1958 and International Boxing Hall of Fame in 2000. He died after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease.Died: Honolulu, Jan 16
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