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REPORT: BOXER WHO FOUGHT FOR HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE KILLED IN NJ ACCIDENT

A former heavyweight boxer who battled Larry Holmes for the world championship has died in a South Jersey industrial accident. 60 year old David Bey was reportedly killed during an industrial accident on the Camden waterfront. Bey worked as a Pyle driver.

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  1. Bey was a member of the union for 40 years. His father was also a member of the same union. How does a seasoned veteran of the union die in an accident on the job? How many other members of the same local have passed due to on the job accidents over the last two decades or so? Am I the only one asking these questions? Rob Russen, former manager of USBA heavyweight champion David Bey.

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