CANASTOTA - Former undisputed heavyweight world champion Riddick Bowe and ex-lightweight champ Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini were among eight men elected to the International Boxing Hall of Fame . Also among the 2015 class of inductees are British standout “Prince” Naseem Hamed, and Japan’s Yoko Gushiken, who held the WBA light-flyweight title from 1976-81. Longtime US broadcaster Jim Lampley, manager Rafael Mendoza, referee Steve Smoger and journalist Nigel Collins were elected in the non-participant category. Three others were named as inductees posthumously: former flyweight champ Masao Ohba of Japan and ex-middleweight champion Ken Overlin and publicist John FX Condon. Bowe , who compiled a 43-1 record with 33 knockouts, is best remembered for his three battles with Evander Holyfield.