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1949-01-10 George Edward Foreman born in Marshall, TX, retired with a 76-5 and 68 by KO, won the Heavyweight Championship and Olympic Gold

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TOP 10 HARDEST PUNCHERS IN BOXING - http://www.scifighting.com/2014/08/02/31170/top-10-hardest-punchers-boxing/

Trevor Berbick (1955 - 2006) Heavyweight Boxing Champion. He fought in the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, and stayed there to turn professional, winning his first 11 fights (10 by knockout) before losing for the first time to Bernardo Mercado in 1979. Berbick lost a title fight to Larry Holmes by unanimous decision in 1981. Two fights later, he beat Muhammad Ali in Ali's last fight.

November 30, 1956 – Floyd Patterson wins the world heavyweight boxing championship that was vacant after the retirement of Rocky Marciano

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Boxing's Best Finishers of All Time

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October 2, 1988. Canadian Lennox Lewis, right, hold up Riddick Bowe from New York, NY, after defeating him by technical K.O., in the superheavyweight (200+ pounds) class at the 24th Summer Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea. {When Olympic Boxing was still GREAT!}

Hungary Papp Laszlo (Laci Papp): 25 Marc 1926 - 16 Oct 2003 Died age 77 Boxing record: Total fights 29: Win- 27 KO- 15 Draws- 2 Losses- 0 "HE UNDEFEATED IN THE RING" Olympic Games: Gold Medals 1948 London, 1952 Helsinki, 1956 Melbourne European Amateur Championships: Gold Medals: 1949 Oslo, 1951 Milan