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Old 01-06-2013, 07:39 PM #104
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Originally Posted by Freedom. View Post
Lennox Lewis was stopped by a Soviet boxer in the amateurs, by Valery Abadzhyan in the TSC tournament in Berlin in October 1986 (round 3 bodyshot knocked him down, he was hurt badly and the referee stopped it).

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It didn't stop Lennox from becoming a very successful pro.

I think Deontay Wilder has a very good future.
Lennox was a great amateur though, I can't say the same thing about Wilder. Beating Riddick Bowe was a big thing.
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