Marty Servo was arguably the greatest fighter to come out of Schenectady. His amateur boxing record was 91-4, and he won the Golden Gloves and Diamond Belt Featherweight Titles. Servo was 48-4-2 during his pro boxing career, and he won the World Welterweight Crown by knocking out “Red” Cochrane in February of 1946. Servo fought the great Sugar Ray Robinson twice, losing both bouts, and Rocky Graziano. He was inducted into the World and International Boxing Halls of Fame.