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“Maxie “Slapsie” Rosenbloom and Barney “Battling Levinsky” Lebrowitz each held the light-heavyweight championship for five years.”
“Since defeating Irvin in his initial light-heavyweight cameo, the middleweight king has labored to victories over Patrick Cote, Thales Leites, Demian Maia and, most recently, Chael Sonnen.”
“Understandable, perhaps, were he not actually fighting better opponents at middleweight than he has been at light-heavyweight.”
“As middleweight title defenses began to mount up, Silva sought fresh challenges in the light-heavyweight division.”
“But in the wake of his controversial World Boxing Council light-heavyweight title fight Oct. 15 against the far better-known Bernard Hopkins, Dawson, who grew up in New Haven, Conn., has learned that controversy sells—or at least gets his name out there.”
“Chad Dawson is one of the world's top light-heavyweight boxers, but he's not among its most celebrated figures.”
“Mayweather is renowned for a style of self-protection perfected by former light-heavyweight champion Archie Moore, in which the fighter tucks his chin, rolls with a punch, then lashes back with a straight right or short left hook as his foe attacks.”
“New York-native Jones 'Bones' Jones is a UFC light-heavyweight contender and a long-limbed mixed martial artist.”
“Now, on March 19, Jones receives a shock stab at Mauricio 'Shogun' Rua's world light-heavyweight title.”
“Backed by the substantial promotional push of the UFC, light-heavyweight Jones has everything in place to shed the balaclava and win the hearts of many fight fans eager to relate to a likeable American champion, blessed with the style and smile to engage.”
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