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Sean Malone Jr

The expression "The apple doesn't fall far from the tree" certainly applies to Sean Malone Jr of Wallingford. Malone's late father is already in the Connecticut Boxing Hall of Fame, and now his son will join him. They become the third father-son duo in the CBHOF. The others are Lou Bogash/Lou Bogash Jr and Gaspar/Michael Ortega. Malone Jr was a gritty competitor who never took a round off. His most memorable performance came in October of 1993. He fought David Santos, who was 19-2 at the time, for the vacant NABF Super Lightweight Title. Santos got all he could handle for 11 rounds before emerging victorious. Malone's most notable win came when he defeated Greg Cadiz in 1992 for the Nevada State Light Welterweight Title. He also defeated Pat Ireland in 1993 for the New England Light Welterweight Title. Malone had a final record of 23-6 with 21 KO's. Malone is giving back to the game by training fighters, something his Dad did. He is following his Dad's footsteps again, this time into the Connecticut Boxing Hall of Fame.


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