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6 Boxer George Foreman, left, regained the World Heavyweight Championship how many years after losing it, a record gap?
London, July 1 ( ANI ): Tyson Fury has said that his dream of winning a world heavyweight championship against reigning Ukrainian boxer champion Vitali Klitschko will happen, but only when he is 'ready'.
The 6ft 6in bruiser takes on Hungarian Laszlo Peczeli and there to size up the Scot will be Frank Maloney, the man who guided Lennox Lewis to the world heavyweight championship.
Abe Grady left Ennis, County Clare, for Kentucky in the 1860s and his great-grandson went on to become one of the world's greatest boxers, as the first to win the world heavyweight championship title three times.
The WrestleMania Revenge Tour will feature the Street Fight for the World Heavyweight Championship Match, with John Cena pitted against Chris Jericho.
Muhammad Ali won his world heavyweight championships on three continents - North America, Asia and Africa.
American boxer Evander Holyfield (above) thinks he can reclaim the world heavyweight championship belts as he prepares to make another comeback.
On the Winter Olympics program, it's more like the world heavyweight championship.