Boxing: Promoter Scott Wagner will be inducted posthumously into the Maryland Boxing Hall of Fame on April 29 at the venue that hosted his popular Ballroom Boxing cards, Michael's Eighth Avenue in Glen Burnie. Wagner, who died in February of liver disease at age 49, promoted fights at the venue from 1995 to 2010. Three former professional fighters join Wagner in the 2018 class: Baltimore's Ed Griffin, super lightweight, 1991-2000 (16-9, 5 KOs); Ellicott City's Mike "Little Rock" Ricasa, lightweight, 2004-2006 (7-2, three KOs); and Rockville's Les "White Lightning" Johnson, super welterweight,1989-1994 (21-2, 15 KOs). Trainers David Sewell (Baltimore) and Hal Chernoff (Salisbury) also will be inducted, as will Baltimoreans Domenico Zannino and Warren Boardley in the amateur fighter category. J.D. Brown, who's a former adviser to Sugar Ray Leonard, and Ed Sauerhoff of Baltimore will join Wagner in being honored for their lifetime contributions to the sport in Maryland. The Ring 101 International Veterans Boxing Association sponsors the event, which starts at 2 p.m. Tickets to the ceremony are $75. Call 443-745-4801 for tickets.