The Hungarian boxing legend has died

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Gyszol, the Hungarian boxer, died at the age of seventy, one of the outstanding figures of the Hungarian boxing, Istvn Tarnczy, who passed away sixty years in the sport, is the leader of the Hungarian Nation.

The president of the Magyar klvv Szakszvetsg, Csaba Kurtucz, as well as the entire Hungarian boxing community, are mourning the sports professional who died at the age of 70.

Istvn Tarnczy diedSource: MSZ

Istvn Tarnczy started boxing in Spartacus in 1964 at the age of 15, then continued his sports career in Erdrt-Medosz. He started working as a coach in BKV Elr in 1974. From 1976, his career took a turn for the better, he continued to run athletics, and was active in this field until his death.

Istvn Tarnczy will be laid to rest on April 14 at 10:45 a.m. in Budapest’s j Kztemet (Kozma u. 8–10).