Lennox Lewis 35 Career Boxing Fights On 9 DVDs With Motion Menus
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                  LENNOX LEWIS 35 fights on 9 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Lennox Lewis vs Biggs (AM)
Lennox Lewis vs Evans (AM)
Lennox Lewis vs Bowe (Olympic Gold)
Lennox Lewis vs Gorrell
Lennox Lewis vs Quarless
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LENNOX LEWIS 35 fights on 9 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 9
Lennox Lewis vs Rahman II
Lennox Lewis vs Tyson
Lennox Lewis vs Klitschko
Lennox Lewis vs Jones
Lennox Lewis vs Simuwelu
Lennox Lewis vs Dascola
Lennox Lewis vs Murphy
Lennox Lewis vs Chanet
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Lennox Lewis vs Biggs
Lennox Lewis vs Billups
Lennox Lewis vs Dixon
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Lennox Lewis vs Tucker
Lennox Lewis vs Bruno
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Lennox Lewis vs Jackson
Lennox Lewis vs McCall I
Lennox Lewis vs Butler
Lennox Lewis vs Fortune
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Lennox Lewis vs Morrison
Lennox Lewis vs Mercer
Lennox Lewis vs McCall II
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Lennox Lewis vs Akinwande
Lennox Lewis vs Golota
Lennox Lewis vs Briggs
Lennox Lewis vs Mavrovic
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Lennox Lewis vs Holyfield I
Lennox Lewis vs Holyfield II
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Lennox Lewis vs Grant
Lennox Lewis vs Botha
Lennox Lewis vs Tua
Lennox Lewis vs Rahman I
Lennox Claudius Lewis (born 2 September 1965) is a retired boxer and the last undisputed world heavyweight champion. He holds dual British and Canadian citizenship. As an amateur he won gold representing Canada at the 1988 Olympic Games after defeating future heavyweight champion Riddick Bowe in the final. Lewis is regarded by many as one of the greatest heavyweight boxers of all time, and as also the greatest British fighter of all time.
Lewis turned professional in 1989, winning his first 21 fights before he knocked out Donovan Ruddock in 1992 to take over the number one position in the World Boxing Council (WBC) rankings. He was declared WBC heavyweight champion in December 1992 after Riddick Bowe was stripped of the title. Lewis lost the title to Oliver McCall in 1994 but defeated McCall in a rematch to win the vacant WBC title in 1997. He defended the title four times before becoming the Lineal Champion when he beat Shannon Briggs by knockout in 1998. He became undisputed champion when he defeated Evander Holyfield in November 1999. In 2001 he was knocked out by Hasim Rahman, but again avenged the defeat in a rematch to regain his titles. After defeating Mike Tyson by knockout in 2002 and stopping Vitali Klitschko in 2003, Lennox Lewis retired from boxing in 2004.
Lewis is 6 feet 5inches tall and has an 84 inch reach. During his boxing prime, he weighed about 245 pounds. Lewis often referred to himself as "the pugilist specialist."
Early life
Lewis was born on 2 September 1965, in Stratford, London, England to Jamicain-born parents. At birth he weiged 10 pounds 10 ounces, and was given the name Lennox by the doctor, who said he looked like a Lennox. Lewis moved to Kitchener, Ontario, Canada in 1977 at he age of 12. He attended Cameron Heights Collegiate Institute for high school, where he excelled in Canadian football, soccer and basketball.
Amateur career
Lewis eventually decided that his favourite sport was boxing. He became a dominant amateur boxer and won the world amateur junior title in 1983.
At the age of 18, Lewis represented Canada as a super heavyweight at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles. He advanced to the quarter finals, where he lost a fight by decision to American Tyrell Biggs, the eventual gold medalist.
Lewis chose not to turn professional after the Olympics, and instead fought four more years as an anateur, hoping for a second chance to win a gold meal. At the 1986 World Amateur Boxing Championships, he lost in the preliminary round to Petar Stoymenov of Bulgaria. Lewis won the Commonwealth Games Gold medal in 1986. After winning several more amateur titles during those years, he travelled to Seoul, South Korea for the 1988 Summer Olympics and achieved his goal. In the gold medal match, Lewis defeated future world champion Riddick Bowe by a second round refereee stopped contest (RSC). He was Canada's flag bearer at the Games' closing ceremony.
Professsional boxing career
Having achieved his goal, Lewis declared himself a professional and moved back to his native England. He claimed he had always considered himself British, but many British fans regarded him as "a Canadian at heart and a Briton for convenience." In 2015 Lewis expained "When I turned pro, I had to go to the United Kingdom in order to pursue my career. The infrastructure to develop boxers wasn't in Canada then."
Lewis signed with boxing promoter Frank Maloney and his early professional career was filled with knockouts of journeymen. After he signed with American promoter Main Events, he won the European heavyweight title in 1990 against Frenchman Jean Maurice Chanet. In his next fight in March 1991, Lewis won the British title against undefeated, world ranked Gary Mason, and in April 1992 won the Commonwealth title against Derek Williams.