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Charles Murray (boxer) Wikipedia
Charles Murray (born August 18, 1968 in Rochester, New York) is a retired American boxer who boxed at light welterweight.
Murray was the 1987 United States Amateur Lightweight champion.
Known as "The Natural," Murray turned pro in 1989 and won the vacant IBF light welterweight title with a decision win over Rodney Moore in 1993. He defended the title twice before losing it in 1994 to Jake Rodriguez via a majority decision. After the loss to Rodriguez, Murray quickly drifted from championship status to journeyman. He never challenged for a major title again and hasn't fought since 2004. Murray has three children, a seven-year-old, a fourteen-year-old and twenty-four-year-old. Murray was married on August 16, 2009. On August 17, 2010 had his fourth child in addition to a step-child.
Murray now trains boxers, and has trained Jerson Ravelo amongst other professional fighters.