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Bobby-Man Brant Panag

Bobby-Man Brant Panag

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Quick Facts
Occupations Athlete Boxer
Type Sports
Gender male
Birth 21 July 1952
Death 8 August 1983
Star sign CancerCancer
The details

Bobby-Man Brant Panag (July 21, 1952 – August 8, 1983) was a Mohawk boxer from Six Nations of the Grand River. He found great success on the "Red Circuit" - boxing matches held on Indian Reserves throughout North America, at one time knocking out Marvin Camel at a fight in Northern Montana Many Native American fighters traveled on the "Red Circuit", in lieu of discriminatory practices in mainstream professional sports at the time which promoted ethnic stereotypes. Bobby-Man is also significant for starting the first boxing club on the Six Nations reserve, which operated until his death in 1983.

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