CANASTOTA (AFP) - Thomas Hearns and legendary trainer Freddie Roach head the list of 13 people elected on Tuesday to the International Boxing Hall of Fame . Hearns , who used the nickname "Hitman", compiled a 155-8 amateur record and was 61-5-1 with 48 knockouts as a professional. Hearns won a total of five titles and is also the first boxer to win titles in four different divisions. Roach now trains Filipino superstar Manny Pacquiao among numerous other current and former world champions. "I'd like to thank everyone, from the bottom of my heart, who voted for me and congratulate those inducted with me today," Roach said. "I started my career in professional boxing with Eddie Futch and now we will be together, forever, enshrined in the International Boxing Hall of Fame with the greatest legends of the sport. I am truly honored and humbled." Also selected were: Mark Johnson, a two-division champion, ring announcer Michael Buffer, broadcaster Al Bernstein and journalist Michael Katz. Posthumous honourees comprise, Cocoa Kid, Newsboy Brown, Leo Houck, and Jake Kilrain in the old-timer category; promoters Hugh McIntosh and Rip Valenti in the non-participant category; and James Wharton in the pioneer category. Inductees were selected by a panel of international boxing historians and writers. Induction day is June 10.