It is a terrible division.
Ray Lewis would be a hell of a heavyweight.
He had landed the 'thunder and lightning', but to no avail...Ingo was a very good boxer, but I won't fib, he wasn't great.
Boxing promoters, for all the bad [things] you say about them, have an eye for talent.
If Rahman walked down street in his gloves and boxing trunks, they'd have a problem recognizing him.
The heavyweight division is on the cusp of being called off for lack of interest, ... A hundred years ago boxing was one of the top three sports in the country. Now it's charitably twelfth on the list of top 10 sports. Therein lies its biggest problem. People have so many things to consider in the world of sports that it takes a major fighter to capture their attention.
It was an event, not a fight. Hubert H. Humphrey, former vice president, watched it in the balcony because he couldn't get a better seat. It was a great fight, not as great as the third one in Manila. But the event transcended that. When the fighters entered, you couldn't hear the announcers. I've never heard or seen anything like it again.