Laila Amaria Ali (born Dec 30, 1977) is a retired American professional boxer.Ali began boxing when she was 14 yrs old. When she first told her father, Muhammad Ali, that she was planning to box professionally, he was unhappy about her entering such a dangerous profession. However, Laila assured him she would be fighting women, not men, and that she had his genetics. CAREER BOXING RECORD - 24 WINS (21 by TKO) 0 Losses.
Born on May 13, 1914 in Lafayette, Alabama, Joe Lewis went on to become the heavyweight champion of the world. Known as the Brown Bomber, Louis held the belt for nearly 12 years, a boxing record, and posted 25 successful title defenses.
Tyson - James Toback explores the life and career of self-destructive pugilist Mike Tyson. From his early years under the wing of famed boxing promoter Don King to his notorious match against Evander Holyfield and his conviction on sexual assault charges, Tyson's turbulent life is explored in the kind of comprehensive manner that could only have been made possible with the subject's willing participation.
The greatest African-American athletes ever Joe Louis: Only the second African-American heavyweight champion, and Louis was arguably the greatest, defending his title successfully a record 25 times. In 2005, Louis was ranked the No. 1 heavyweight of all time by he International Boxing Research Organization. Photo: AP in English
1918 Police Gazette Sporting Annual and 1922 28 29 & 30 Everlast Boxing Records
Real name: Carlos Ortíz Rated at: Lightweight * Height 5 feet 7 inches * Reach 70 in (177.8 cm) * Born September 9, 1936 Ponce, Puerto Rico (age 78). Boxing record: Total fights 70 Wins 61 * Wins by KO 30 * Losses 7. Ortíz earned three world boxing championship titles, two in the lightweight division and once in the Jr. Welterweights. Ortíz is considered among the best Puerto Rican boxers of all time by sports journalists and analysts.