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10. Murray Sutherland

IBF super-middleweight champion 1984

Record: 63 fights, 48 wins, 14 defeats, 1 draw

Born in Edinburgh, Sutherland emigrated to Canada with his family, based himself in the States upon turning pro and went into the record books as the first-ever boxer to win world honours at 12 stones.

At light-heavyweight, Sutherland, who wore tartan shorts when he boxed, was beaten in world-title challenges by both Michael Spinks and Matthew Saad Muhammad.

He went 10 rounds with Thomas Hearns in 1983 and when the IBF introduced the super-middleweight division the following year, Sutherland was in position to box for the vacant belt.

He beat Ernie Singletary for the belt, but four months later, he lost the belt in his first defence to Ching-Pal Park.

He retired in 1986 after a loss to Lindell Holmes. Sutherland could punch, 40 of his 48 wins were inside-the-distance.

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