Feb. 22, 1961 - London, England, U.K. - DAVE CHARNLEY was an English lightweight boxer. Known as 'The Dartford Destroyer' the left-handed Charnley had a 10 year career lasting from 1954 to 1964. He won bronze in the 1954 Commonwealth Games in Vancouver, Canada. PICTURED: DAVE CHARNLEY, against French champion FERNAND NOLLET at Streathen. (Credit Image: © KEYSTONE Pictures USA/ZUMA

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Feb. 22, 1961 - London, England, U.K. - DAVE CHARNLEY was an English lightweight boxer. Known as 'The Dartford Destroyer' the left-handed Charnley had a 10 year career lasting from 1954 to 1964. He won bronze in the 1954 Commonwealth Games in Vancouver, Canada. PICTURED: DAVE CHARNLEY, against French champion FERNAND NOLLET at Streathen. (Credit Image: © KEYSTONE Pictures USA/ZUMA

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