From 1972 through 1974, Bobby Lee served two terms as President of the World Boxing
Association (WBA), a period when the likes of Muhammad Ali, George Foreman, and Joe
Frazier were in their prime.

A native of Maui, Lee has been involved with boxing for over 60 years, from being a top
amateur boxer with some 45 bouts, to State Boxing Commissioner, retiring in 1978.

He is currently Vice-President of the WBA.

BORN 1921

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