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Old 02-04-2011, 07:16 PM #11
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Lennox Lewis was good for Heavyweight boxing through that period and from 2000-2003 he was the Flagbearer of the division, Lewis biggest pitfall was not having a world class trainer during the early to mid 90s which cost him dearly in his loss to McCall, IMO if Lewis had chosen to relocate to the USA after the Olympics and pursue his career there with a world class trainer he could have been as dominant as Joe Louis.. Lewis possessed a right-hand that was greater than any other heavyweights in history and with the right trainer that right-hand would have been seen in all his fights not just once every four or five years.
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