Joseph “Sandy” Saddler (144-16-2, 103 KOs) was a two-time Featherweight world champion, having also held the Super Featherweight title as well. Over his 12-year career, Saddler scored 103 knockouts and was stopped only once himself, in his second professional fight, by Jock Leslie.
In 2003, Saddler was ranked number five on Ring magazine’s list of “100 Greatest Punchers of All Time.”
Saddler was well adept at cutting off the ring and is known for his rivalry with Willie Pep which included four fights, three of which Saddler won.
Cool fact: Saddler’s nephew is Grandmaster Flash.