Ralph Citro is a boxing jack-of-all-trades -- fighter, cutman, author and historian.

From 1984 to 1993, Citro was the sole editor and publisher of Computer Boxing Update, an annual record book that tracked results of fights the world over and served as a central database of up-to-date records of boxers.

Known as one of boxing's most tenacious record keepers, Citro was director of the International Boxing Research Organization (IBRO) from 1993 to 2000.

Citro has spent his life in boxing. He was an amateur boxer (18-3 record), trainer, boxing gym proprietor, and matchmaker for Jersey Joe Walcott.

Citro was widely considered one of boxing's top cutmen with over 125 world championship bouts to his credit. Among the many fighters he served as cutman for include Riddick Bowe, Thomas Hearns, Donny Lalonde and Michael Moorer.

Citro also authored the book So You Want to Be a Cornerman?
Born: 1926
Died: Oct. 2, 2004
Induction: 2001
Ralph Citro