Siblings Sebastian Fundora, the WBC and WBO junior middleweight titleholder, and IBF flyweight titleholder Gabriela Fundora will attend events planned for the International Boxing Hall of Fame 2024 Induction Weekend, set for June 6-9 in Canastota, New York.

“Gabriela and Sebastian Fundora have made history as the first brother and sister to simultaneously hold world championships,” said Hall of Fame director Edward Brophy. “The Hall is very much looking forward to welcoming them both back to Canastota for the Hall of Fame’s 35th anniversary and to celebrate their special accomplishment.”

Sebastian, who turned pro in 2016, defeated Tim Tszyu on March 30 in a hard-fought split decision, during which Tszyu suffered an enormous cut that impaired his vision and Fundora endured a broken nose to capture become a unified titleholder and raise his record to 21-1-1 (13 KOs).

Gabriela, who turned pro in 2021, won her flyweight title last year and in January successfully defended it in a 10th-round stoppage of Christina Cruz to remain undefeated at 13-0 (6 KOs).

Over 35 boxing greats from the United States and abroad, including Oscar De La Hoya, Christy Martin, Micky Ward, Kelly Pavlik, Riddick Bowe, Michael Spinks and Ann Wolfe, will participate in the Hall of Fame Weekend celebration.

The class of 2024 to be honored includes boxers Ricky Hatton, Ivan Calderon, Diego Corrales (posthumous), Michael Moorer, Jane Couch, Ana Maria Torres, Luis Angel Firpo (posthumous), Theresa Kibby (posthumous), trainer Kenny Adams, manager Jackie Kallen, publicist Fred Sternburg, journalist Wallace Matthews and broadcaster Nick Charles (posthumous).

A number of events will take place in Canastota and nearby Turning Stone Resort Casino throughout the four-day celebration, including the induction of the class of 2024, ringside talks, fist casting and fight night.