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Lennox Lewis Boxing Comeback Is On At Age 48 - Provided He Gets £63Million

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http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/boxing/lennox-lewis-boxing-comeback-age-2355923

Lennox Lewis has offered to get back in the ring and fight one of the Klitschkos brothers – for a world record £63million.

If he gets it why not, but at his age he isn't going to be very quick in the ring!

I certainly wouldn't pay to watch it.

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think Audley harrison vs david haye!

absolutely ridiculous

errr.... no.

Lennox is one of the most complete heavyweight boxers ever. And despite protestations to the contrary (mainly by yanks) he had a very good chin to go along with his solid power and excellent skills.

Lennox could still hack it. To put it into perspective he's pretty much the same age as Bernard Hopkins.

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errr.... no.

Lennox is one of the most complete heavyweight boxers ever. And despite protestations to the contrary (mainly by yanks) he had a very good chin to go along with his solid power and excellent skills.

Lennox could still hack it. To put it into perspective he's pretty much the same age as Bernard Hopkins.

I'm not fighting him! It looks dangerous! :huh:

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For 63 million I'd fight either Klitschko.

Chances of being killed not that great unless they unloaded one direct to the head which they'd probably avoid doing, one of their punches would probably break something like an arm/wrist/rib and end the fight quickly. An acceptable risk IMO, as for Lennox, easy money, he was a good boxer and could probably avoid getting badly hurt.

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