“A Night With Boxing’s Legends”

Pictures by Karla Platas

 Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame’s third annual induction dinner/ceremony and silent auction.

Caesars Palace became renowned around the world as the “Home of Champions” because of the quality of fight cards it hosted over the years.

Many of those champions returned to Las Vegas to the site of their greatest glories to be honored.

This popular event, a celebration of boxing, was the night before the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao fight and brought the boxing community together, including many inductees and boxing champions.

The organization inducted 21 persons, including 14 boxers, into its Hall of Fame that night. Among them are many who created unforgettable moments at Caesars Palace.







Tommy  Hearns

Thomas Hearns, former professional boxer. Hearns became the first boxer in history to win world titles in four divisions.



Vincent Neil Wharton,  American vocalist and musician, best known as the lead vocalist of heavy metal band Mötley Crüe.







Raúl Márquez is a Mexican American former boxer, and the former IBF champion at light middleweight. Márquez also represented the U.S. at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona.



Jeff Mayweather, trainer, former boxer, and Floyd’s uncle.







Badou Jack is a Swedish boxer. He currently holds the WBC Super Middleweight world title.


Photographer Karla Platas

Photographer Karla Platas


Jessie Vargas is an undefeated American boxer in the junior welterweight division and is currently the WBA's "regular" champion.

Jessie Vargas is an undefeated American boxer in the junior welterweight division and is currently the WBA’s “regular” champion.

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