A light welterweight from Harlem, Cherin fought professionally in the 1920s and early 1930s.
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Born in Harlem, Cherin began his professional boxing career in the mid-1920s. Fighting exclusively in the New York City area, he participated in bouts in such arenas as the New Broadway Arena in Brooklyn, the New Manhattan Sports Club, the Lennox Sports Club in Harlem, and the Olympia Boxing Club. Cherin's most prominent opponent was Jimmy McNamara, a lightweight, who he lost to in February 1932 in an eight-round decision.
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