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by Graham Houston

  • ISBN: 0517524333
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  • Author: Graham Houston
  • Other formats: lit lrf rtf azw
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Outlet; First Edition edition (October 1, 1975)
  • Pages: 176 pages
  • FB2 size: 1567 kb
  • EPUB size: 1520 kb
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Two-time heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis was one of the best right-hand hitters in the history of the heavyweight division

Two-time heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis was one of the best right-hand hitters in the history of the heavyweight division. He will, perhaps unkindly, be remembered mostly for the two difficult 12-round fights with bombproof Evander Holyfield and the shocking upset losses to Oliver McCall and Hasim Rahman. Lewis, though, delivered some dramatic KO wins, notably against Razor Ruddock, Andrew Golota, Francois Botha and in the rematch with Rahman.

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He authored 1975’s Superfists: The Story of the Heavyweight Champions. His journalistic duties have taken him around the world including fight venues all over the British Isles and Europe and major bouts in Las Vegas.

He authored 1975’s Superfists: The Story of the Heavyweight Champions. The first fight he covered in Las Vegas was the showdown between Hall of Famers Salvador Sanchez vs. Wilfredo Gomez in 1981. The quintessential boxing writer, Houston’s work currently appears regularly on fightnews.

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AWA World Heavyweight Championship (Boston version). The AWA World Heavyweight Championship was a professional wrestling world heavyweight championship promoted by Paul Bowser in Boston. The title was created by Bowser after Gus Sonnenberg, who had beaten Ed Lewis for the original World Heavyweight Wrestling Championship in 1929, was stripped of the title by the National Boxing Association.

Champions were recognized by public acclamation. A champion in that era was a fighter who had a notable win over another fighter and kept winning afterward

Champions were recognized by public acclamation. A champion in that era was a fighter who had a notable win over another fighter and kept winning afterward. Retirements or disputed results could lead to a championship being split among several men for periods of time. With only minor exceptions, the heavyweight division remained free from dual title-holders until the 1960s. For an early example, see the 1896 World Heavyweight Championship.

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