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List of boxing families

This is a list of boxing families with two or more notable boxers. Many families have had multiple members become famous in the sport of boxing, with some having had multiple world champions. While this does not have extensive details, their highest career achievements are listed.

Contents

  • Argentina 1
  • Australia 2
  • Bulgaria 3
  • Canada 4
  • Dominican Republic 5
  • France 6
  • Germany 7
  • Ireland 8
  • Italy 9
  • Japan 10
  • Mexico 11
  • Panama 12
  • Philippines 13
  • Puerto Rico 14
  • Romania 15
  • Thailand 16
  • Ukraine 17
  • United Kingdom 18
  • United States 19
  • Venezuela 20
  • Colombia 21
  • References 22

Argentina

The Matthysse siblings

Australia

The Mundine family

Bulgaria

The Pulev brothers

Canada

The Gatti brothers
The Hilton family
  • Dave Hilton, Sr.: 1940-08-29 to ----, Canada Middleweight Champion
  • Dave Hilton, Jr.: 1963-12-09 to ----, (Dave Sr.'s son), WBC Super Middleweight Champion
  • Alex Hilton: 1964-12-20 to ----, (Dave Sr.'s son), Canada Middleweight Champion
  • Matthew Hilton: 1965-12-17 to ----, (Dave Sr.'s son), IBF Light Middleweight Champion
  • Stewart Hilton: 1968-09-01 to 1986-09-04, (Dave Sr.'s son), 1984 Canadian Junior Champion
The Vanderpool brothers
  • Fitz Vanderpool: 1967-11-03 to ----, World Boxing Federation (WBF) Welterweight & Light Middleweight Champion
  • NABO Super Middleweight Champion

Dominican Republic

The Cruz brothers

France

The Tiozzo brothers

Germany

The Rocchigiani brothers

Ireland

The Magee brothers

Italy

The Dundee brothers (first siblings to become world champions)
  • Joe Dundee: 1903-08-06 to 1982-03-31, NYSAC Welterweight Champion
  • Vince Dundee: 1907-10-22 to 1949-07-27, NYSAC Middleweight Champion
The Stecca brothers

Japan

The Ioka family
The Kameda brothers

Mexico

The Álvarez brothers
The Arce brothers
  • Super Flyweight, Super Bantamweight & Bantamweight Champion
  • Francisco Arce Armenta: 1981-08-29 to ----, NABF Super Bantamweight Champion
The Arredondo brothers
The Burgos family
The Castillo brothers
The Chávez family
  • Julio César Chávez: 1962-07-12 to ----, WBC Super Featherweight, WBA & WBC Lightweight, WBC & IBF Light Welterweight Champion
  • Roberto Chávez González: ---- to ----, (Julio's brother), bantamweight
  • Julio César Chávez, Jr.: 1986-02-16 to ----, (Julio's son), WBC Middleweight Champion
  • Omar Chávez: 1990-01-04 to ----, (Julio's son), welterweight prospect
The Díaz brothers
The Espadas family
The García brothers
The González family
The Karass brothers
The López family
  • Ricardo Lopez: 1966-01-25 to ----, WBC, WBO & WBA Minimumweight, IBF Light Flyweight Champion
  • Alonso López: 1986-05-28 to ----, (Ricardo's son), flyweight contender
The Margarito family
  • Antonio Margarito: 1978-03-18 to ----, WBA, IBF & WBO Welterweight Champion
  • Hanzel Martínez: 1991-11-21 to ----, (Antonio's brother-in-law), bantamweight prospect
The Márquez brothers
  • Juan Manuel Márquez: 1973-08-23 to ----, IBF & WBO Featherweight, WBC Super Featherweight, WBA & WBO Lightweight, WBO Light Welterweight Champion
  • Rafael Márquez: 1975-03-25 to ----, IBF & IBO Bantamweight Champion
The Mijares family
  • Vicente Mijares: 1954-06-14 to ----, world title contender
  • Cristian Mijares: 1981-10-02 to ----, (Vicente's nephew), WBC, WBA & IBF Super Flyweight Champion
  • Ricardo Mijares: 1988-06-14 to ----, (Vicente's nephew), lightweight prospect
The Montiel family
  • Manuel Montiel, Sr.: ---- to ----, 1970s flyweight contender and world class trainer
  • Alejandro Felix Montiel: 1971-04-24 to ----, (Manuel Sr.'s son), IBA Flyweight Champion
  • Pedro Montiel: 1973-11-30 to ----, (Manuel Sr.'s son), middleweight contender
  • Fernando Montiel: 1979-03-01 to ----, (Manuel Sr.'s son), WBO Flyweight & Super Flyweight, WBO & WBC Bantamweight Champion
  • Manuel Montiel, Jr.: ---- to ----, (Manuel Sr.'s son), bantamweight contender
  • Eduardo Montiel: ---- to ----, (Manuel Sr.'s son), middleweight contender
The Morales family
  • José Morales: ---- to ----, 1970s boxing contender, Erik's manager
  • Érik Morales: 1976-09-01 to ----, (Jose's son), WBC & WBO Super Bantamweight, WBC Featherweight, WBC & IBF Super Featherweight, WBC Light Welterweight Champion
  • Diego Morales: 1979-12-11 to ----, (Jose's son), WBO Super Flyweight Champion
  • Iván Morales: 1991-10-09 to ----, (Jose's son), bantamweight prospect
The Páez family
  • Jorge Páez: 1965-10-27 to ----, IBF & WBO Featherweight Champion
The Podgorski family
  • Pete Podgorski: 1953-12-31 to ----, Mid-West USA Champion, world class referee
  • Leo Podgorski: 1957-08-19 to 2009-11-12, (Pete's brother), 1973 Chicago Golden Gloves Champ
  • Stan Podgorski: ---- to ----, (Pete's brother), professional boxer
  • Matthew Podgorski: ---- to ----, (Pete's son), amateur champion, professional judge and referee
  • Mike Podgorski: ---- to ----, (Pete's son), amateur champion
  • Ray Podgorski: ---- to ----, amateur prospect
The Ruelas brothers
The Sánchez family
The Solís brothers
The Zárate family

Panama

The Durán family
  • Roberto Durán: 1951-06-16 to ----, WBA & WBC Lightweight, WBC Welterweight, WBA Light Middleweight, WBC Middleweight Champion
  • Santiago Samaniego: 1974-01-25 to ----, (Roberto's nephew), WBA Light Middleweight Champion
  • Irichelle Durán: 1976-11-18 to ----, (Roberto's daughter), female contender

Philippines

The Donaire family
  • Glenn Donaire: 1979-12-07 to ----, WBC Latino Super Flyweight Champion
  • Nonito Donaire: 1982-11-16 to ----, (Glenn's brother), IBF & IBO Flyweight, WBC & WBO Bantamweight, WBO Super Bantamweight, IBF Junior Featherweight, WBA Featherweight Champion
  • Richard: 1987-05-25 to ----, (Glenn's cousin), upcoming prospect
The Pacquiao brothers
  • Manny Pacquiao: 1978-12-17 to ----, WBC Flyweight, IBF Super Bantamweight, WBC Super Featherweight & Lightweight, IBO Light Welterweight, WBO Welterweight, WBC Light Middleweight Champion
  • Bobby Pacquiao: 1980-12-12 to ----, WBO Asia-Pacific Lightweight Champion
The Peñalosa family
  • Carl Peñalosa: 1938-03-02 to ----, lightweight and junior welterweight champion during the 1960s
  • Jonathan Peñalosa: ---- to ----, (Carl's son), 1990s contender
  • Dodie Boy Peñalosa: 1962-11-19 to ----, (Carl's son), IBF Light Flyweight & Flyweight Champion
  • Gerry Peñalosa: 1972-08-07 to ----, (Carl's son), WBC Super Flyweight, WBO Bantamweight Champion
  • Dodie Boy Jr.: 1991-02-20 to ----, (Carl's grandson), upcoming prospect
The Sonsona family
  • Eden Sonsona: 1988-12-27 to ----, Philippines Games & Amusement Board Bantamweight Champion
  • Marvin Sonsona: 1990-07-25 to ----, (Eden's cousin), WBO Super Flyweight Champion

Puerto Rico

The Arroyo brothers
The Bisbal brothers
The Camacho family
  • Héctor Camacho: 1962-05-24 to 2012-11-24, WBC Super Featherweight & Lightweight, WBO Light Welterweight, IBC Welterweight, Middleweight & Junior Middleweight Champion
  • Felix Camacho: 1966-06-27 to ----, (Héctor's brother), WBF Junior Featherweight Champion
  • Héctor Camacho, Jr.: 1978-09-20 to ----, (Héctor's son), welterweight contender
The Cotto family
  • José Miguel Cotto: 1977-06-22 to --, WBO Intercontinental Super Featherweight Champion
  • Abner Cotto: 1987-08-10 to ----, (José's cousin), lightweight prospect
  • Miguel Cotto: 1980-10-29 to ----, (José's brother), WBO Light Welterweight, WBA & WBO Welterweight, WBA Super Welterweight, WBC Middleweight Champion
The Solis brothers
  • Enrique Solis: ---- to ----, world title challenger
  • Santos Solis: 1954 to 2007, Junior welterweight, Welterweight and Junior middleweight contender
  • Julian Solís: 1957-01-07 to ----, WBA Bantamweight Champion
  • Rafael Solis: 1958-01-02 to ----, junior lightweight world title challenger
The Vázquez family
  • Wilfredo Vázquez: 1960-08-02 to ----, WBA Bantamweight, Super Bantamweight & Featherweight Champion
  • Wilfredo Vázquez, Jr.: 1984-06-18 to ----, (Wilfredo's son), WBO Super Bantamweight Champion

Romania

The Simion brothers

Thailand

Amateur

The Boonjumnong brothers
The Kamsing brothers
  • Somrot Kamsing: 1971-11-24 to ----, Light Flyweight contender at 1996 Summer Olympics
  • Somluck Kamsing: 1973-01-16 to ----, Featherweight Gold Medal at 1996 Summer Olympics

Professional

The Galaxy brothers
The Sor Vorapin brothers

Ukraine

The Klitschko brothers

United Kingdom

The Eubank family
  • Peter Eubank: 1962-03-23 to ----,
  • Simon Eubank: 1962-03-23 to ----, (Peter's brother)
  • Chris Eubank: 1966-08-08 to ----, (Peter's brother), WBO Middleweight & Super Middleweight Champion
  • Frank Eubank: 1969-06-25 to ----, (Peter's cousin)
  • Chris Eubank, Jr.: 1989-09-18 to ----, (Chris's son), middleweight contender
The Finnegan brothers
  • Chris Finnegan: 1944-06-05 to 2009-03-02, British, Commonwealth & European Light Heavyweight Champion
  • Kevin Finnegan: 1948-04-18 to 2008-10-23, British & European Middleweight Champion
The Hatton brothers
  • Ricky Hatton: 1978-10-06 to ----, IBF, WBA & IBO Light Welterweight, WBA Welterweight Champion
  • Matthew Hatton: 1981-05-15 to ----, EBU Welterweight Champion
The Khan brothers
  • Amir Khan: 1986-12-08 to ----, WBA & WBC Super Lightweight, WBO & WBA Lightweight, WBC & WBA Welterweight, IBF Junior Welterweight Champion
  • Haroon Khan: 1991-05-10 to ----, Flyweight Bronze Medal at 2010 Commonwealth Games
The London family
  • Jack London: 1913-06-23 to 1963-12-19, British Heavyweight Champion
  • Brian London: 1934-06-19 to ----, (Jack's son), British Heavyweight Champion
The Minter family
  • Alan Minter: 1951-08-17 to ----, WBC Middleweight Champion
  • Ross Minter: 1978-11-10 to ----, (Alan's son), English Welterweight Champion

United States

The Ali family
  • Muhammad Ali: 1942-01-07 to ----, NABF, WBA & WBC Heavyweight Champion
  • Rahman Ali: 1943-07-18 to ----, (Muhammad's brother), heavyweight
  • Laila Ali: 1977-12-30 to ----, (Muhammad's daughter), WBCF Super Middleweight Champion
  • Ibn Ali: 1979-01-31 to ----, (Rahman's son), cruiserweight and heavyweight
The Ayala family
  • Tony Ayala, Sr.: 1935-07-31 to 2014-04-10, former boxer and trainer of his four sons
  • Mike Ayala: 1958-01-19 to ----, (Tony Sr.'s son), NABF Super Bantamweight & Featherweight Champion
  • Sammy Ayala: 1959-07-31 to ----, (Tony Sr.'s son), 1980's welterweight contender
  • Tony Ayala, Jr.: 1963-02-13 to ----, (Tony Sr.'s son), light middleweight contender
  • Paulie Ayala: ---- to ----, (Tony Sr.'s son), 1980's featherweight contender
The Baer brothers
The Baltazar brothers
The Byrd family
  • Joe Byrd Sr.: ---- to ----, 1992 US Olympic Team Head Coach
  • Antoine Byrd: 1962-02-27 to ----, (Joe Sr.'s son), middleweight title challenger
  • Tracy Byrd: 1964-08-27 to ----, (Joe Sr.'s daughter), IBA Female Lightweight & WIBO Jr. Welterweight Champion
  • Patrick Byrd: 1968-11-28 to ----, (Joe Sr.'s son), welterweight
  • Chris Byrd: 1970-08-15 to ----, (Joe Sr.'s son), WBO & IBF Heavyweight Champion
  • Lamon Brewster: 1973-06-05 to ----, (Joe Sr.'s nehpew), WBO Heavyweight Champion
The Canizales brothers
The Carbajal brothers
The Cisneros family
  • Ron Cisneros: 1961-07-13 to ----, bantamweight contender
  • Mike Alvarado: 1980-07-28 to ----, (Ron's son), WBO Light Welterweight Champion
  • Ricky Lopez: 1987-03-03 to ----, (Mike's cousin), super bantamweight prospect
The Curry brothers
  • Bruce Curry: 1956-03-29 to ----, WBC Super Lightweight Champion
  • Graylin Curry: 1960-01-18 to ----, junior middleweight
  • Donald Curry: 1961-09-07 to ----, WBA, IBF & WBC Welterweight, WBC Super Welterweight Champion
The Eklund & Ward brothers
  • Dicky Eklund: 1957-05-03 to ----, welterweight contender
  • Micky Ward: 1965-10-04 to ----, WBU Light Welterweight Champion
The Foreman family
  • George Foreman: 1949-01-10 to ----, IBF & WBA Heavyweight Champion
  • Freeda Foreman: 1976-10-16 to ----, (George's daughter), female contender
  • Joe Frazier: 1944-01-12 to 2011-11-07, NYSAC, WBC & WBA Heavyweight Champion
  • Marvis Frazier: 1960-09-12 to ----, (Joe's son), heavyweight challenger
  • Jackie Frazier-Lyde: 1961-12-02 to ----, (Joe's daughter), WIBA Light Heavyweight Champion
  • Tyrone Frazier: 1962-05-11 to ----, (Joe's nephew), 1980s contender
  • Joe Frazier, Jr.: 1962-10-02 to ----, (Joe's son)
The Fullmer brothers
  • Gene Fullmer: 1931-07-21 to ----, WBA Middleweight Champion
  • Jay Fullmer: 1937-03-09 to ----, lightweight and welterweight
  • Don Fullmer: 1939-02-21 to 2012-01-28, middleweight contender
The García family
  • Eduardo García: 1942-12-23 to ----, world champion trainer
  • Robert Garcia: 1975-01-29 to ----, (Eduardo's son), IBF Super Featherweight Champion
  • Miguel García: 1987-12-15 to ----, (Eduardo's son), WBO Featherweight & Super Featherweight Champion
  • Irving García: 1989-01-20 to ----, (Robert's nephew), lightweight prospect
  • Javier García Calderón: 1989-01-20 to ----, (Robert's nephew), lightweight prospect
  • David García: 1990-09-11 to ----, (Robert's nephew), welterweight prospect
The Gardner brothers
  • World Light Heavyweight Champion
  • Billy Gardner: 1879-07-04 to 1950-02-23, New England Featherweight Champion
  • Jimmy Gardner: 1885-12-25 to 1964-05, [ist of welterweight boxing champions|World Welterweight] Champion
The Gibbons brothers
  • Mike Gibbons: 1887-07-20 to 1956-08-31, middleweight contender
  • Tommy Gibbons: 1891-03-22 to 1960-11-19, heavyweight title challenger
The Hagler & Sims brothers
The Hearns family
  • Thomas Hearns: 1958-10-18 to ----, WBA Welterweight & Light Heavyweight, WBC Light Middleweight & Light Heavyweight, WBO Super Middleweight, IBO Cruiserweight Champion
  • Billy Hearns: ---- to ----, (Thomas's brother), junior lightweight
  • Ronald Hearns: 1978-03-19 to ----, (Thomas's son), middleweight title challenger
The Hopkins family
  • Bernard Hopkins: 1965-01-15 to ----, IBF, WBO, WBA & WBC Middleweight, IBO, WBC, IBF & WBA Light Heavyweight Champion
  • Demetrius Hopkins: 1980-10-10 to ----, (Bernard's nephew), USBA Light Welterweight Champion
The Jackson family
  • Julian Jackson: 1960-09-12 to ----, WBA Light Middleweight, WBC Middleweight Champion
  • Julius Jackson: 1987-08-01 to ----, (Julian's son), super middleweight
  • John Jackson: 1989-01-16 to ----, (Julian's son), light middleweight
The Judah family
  • Johnny Saxton: 1930-07-04 to 2008-10-04, World Welterweight Champion
  • Yoel Judah: 1956 to ----, (Johnny's nephew), boxing trainer and kickboxing champion
  • Daniel Judah: 1977-08-08 to ----, (Yoel's son), light heavyweight contender
  • Zab Judah: 1977-10-27 to ----, (Yoel's son), IBF & WBO Light Welterweight, WBC, WBA & IBF Welterweight Champion
  • Josiah Judah: 1978-08-21 to ----, (Yoel's son), super middleweight prospect
The Leonard brothers
  • Roger Leonard: 1953-07-21 to ----, junior welterweight contender
  • Sugar Ray Leonard: 1956-05-17 to ----, WBC & WBA Welterweight, WBA Light Middleweight, WBC Middleweight, Light Heavyweight & Super Middleweight Champion
The Litzau brothers
The Lopez brothers
  • Ernie Lopez: 1945-09-24 to 2009-10-03, welterweight title challenger
  • Danny Lopez: 1952-07-06 to ----, WBC Featherweight Champion
The Magdaleno brothers
The Mancini family
  • Lenny Mancini: 1919-07-12 to 2003-11-29, lightweight contender
  • Ray Mancini: 1961-03-04 to ----, (Lenny's son), WBA Lightweight Champion
The Mayweather family
  • Floyd Mayweather, Sr.: 1952-10-19 to ----, super welterweight contender, trainer
  • Roger Mayweather: 1961-04-24 to ----, (Floyd Sr.'s brother), Floyd Jr.'s Trainer, WBA Super Featherweight, WBC Light Welterweight Champion
  • Jeff Mayweather: 1964-07-04 to ----, (Floyd Sr.'s brother) 1990s lightweight contender
  • Floyd Mayweather, Jr.: 1977-02-24 to ----, (Floyd Sr.'s son), WBC Super Featherweight, WBC Lightweight & Light Welterweight, IBF, WBC & WBA Welterweight, WBC & WBA Light Middleweight Champion
  • Justin Jones: 1987-04-21 to ----, (Floyd Sr.'s son)
The McCrory brothers
  • Milton McCrory: 1962-02-07 to ----, WBC Welterweight Champion
  • Steve McCrory: 1964-04-13 to 2000-08-01, Flyweight Gold Medal at 1984 Summer Olympics
The McGirt family
  • Buddy McGirt: 1964-01-17 to ----, IBF Light Welterweight, WBC Welterweight Champion
  • James McGirt Jr.: 1982-11-25 to ----, (Buddy's son), super middleweight challenger
The Norris brothers
  • Orlin Norris: 1965-10-04 to ----, NABF & WBA Cruiserweight Champion
  • Terry Norris: 1967-06-17 to ----, WBC & IBF Light Middleweight Champion
The Patterson family
  • Floyd Patterson: 1935-01-04 to 2006-05-11, World Heavyweight Champion
  • Ray Patterson: 1942-10-24 to ----, (Floyd's brother), heavyweight contender
  • Tracy Harris Patterson: 1964-12-26 to ----, (Floyd's son), WBC Super Bantamweight, IBF Super Featherweight Champion
The Quarry brothers
  • Jerry Quarry: 1945-05-15 to 1999-01-03, heavyweight challenger
  • Mike Quarry: 1951-03-04 to 2006-06-11, light heavyweight challenger
  • Bobby Quarry: 1962-11-11 to ----, heavyweight challenger
The Richardson family
  • Greg Richardson: 1958-02-07 to ----, WBC Bantamweight Champion
  • Durrell Richardson: 1979-07-07 to ----, light middleweight challenger
  • Chester: ---- to ----, Golden Gloves Champion
  • Randy: ---- to ----, Golden Gloves Champion
  • Ollie: ---- to ----, Golden Gloves Champion
The Russell brothers
The Sandoval brothers
The Spinks family
  • Leon Spinks: 1953-07-11 to ----, WBA & WBC Heavyweight Champion
  • Michael Spinks: 1956-07-13 to ----, (Leon's brother), WBA, WBC, IBF & World Light Heavyweight, IBF Heavyweight Champion
  • Leon Spinks, Jr.: 1970-09-16 to 1990-07-22, (Leon's son), fought as Leon Calvin
  • Darrel Spinks: 1973-07-24 to ----, (Leon's son), super welterweight
  • Cory Spinks: 1978-02-20 to ----, (Leon's son), IBF & WBC Welterweight, IBF Junior Middleweight Champion
  • Leon Spinks III: 1988-02-14 to ----, (Leon's grandson)
The Vargas brothers
The Webber sisters

Venezuela

The España brothers

Colombia

The Cardona brothers

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