Boxing athlete - Inducted 1990
Bill McGrandle started his boxing career at the age of ten years. He won many titles throughout the 1960's winning a total of 174 fights out of 185. In 1963 at the age of fifteen, he was the youngest person to win the Canadian Flyweight Championship. A year later, he won the Canadian Bantamweight Championship. In 1966, he won the Canadian Professional Featherweight Championship at the age of eighteen years, a title he held until 1972.
Bill passed away on Jan 4, 2005.