Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Lennox Lewis during tribute to Ali at Boxing Hall of Fame induction

Lennox Lewis fixed the legends yesterday - then tipped his hat to The Greatest, Muhammad Ali.
The British world heavyweight champion is inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in Canastota, New York.

"One wouldn't think a 14-year-old boy who did shadow boxing in front of the mirror imitating the Muhammad Ali shuffle would actually be there on this stage," said Lewis. "I am really humble. This is a great honour."

Lewis, 43, retired in 2003 by a record of 41-2-1, including 32 knockouts.
- Amir Khan's WBA light-welterweight title fight against Andreas Kotelnik has been postponed from June 27 in London also switched to the MEN Arena on July 18 as the Ukrainian is suffering from a tooth infection.