Legendary boxers Oscar De La Hoya, Felix Trinidad and Joe Calzaghe are among the 2014 class set to be inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame, reports ESPN.com.
The 40-year-old De La Hoya, now a promoter in the sport, won 10 titles in six weight classes during his professional run, which spanned from 1992 to 2008. He was also an Olympic gold medal winner.
Trinidad was a three-time world champion, and Calzaghe retired unbeaten in 46 professional bouts.
Others boxers include George Chaney, Charles Ledoux and Mike O’Dowd in the old-timers category, and Tom Allen is the lone honoree in the pioneers category. And, promoter Barry Hearn, referee Richard Steele, journalist Graham Houston and photographer Neil Leifer in the non-participant and observer categories.
Inductees were selected by the Boxing Writers Association and a panel of international boxing historians. Induction ceremonies will be held June 8 at the International Boxing Hall of Fame in Canastota, N.Y.