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Lennox Lewis

Further Information

Books

Page, James. Black Olympian Medalists. Englewood, CO: 1991.

Parry, Melanie, ed. Chambers Biographical Dictionary. Chambers, 1997.

Periodicals

Associated Press (October 10, 2002).

"Boxing: IBF Axed by Lewis." Birmingham Evening Mail (September 6, 2002): 83.

"Boxing: Lewis Lines Up Title Defence in US Vitali Klitschko." Birmingham Evening Mail (December 21, 2002): 45.

"Boxing: Lewis Plans Next Attack After Tyson." Birmingham Evening Mail (December 24, 2002): 50.

Dettmer, Jamie. "Fighting Expectations." Insight on the News (June 3, 1996): 37.

"The Doctor is a Champ." Jet (December 27, 1999): 50.

Eskenazi, Gerald. "Lennox Lewis Is a Man on a Mission." New York Times (May 6, 1994): B14.

Friend, Tom. "No One Knows Him, Except Her Majesty." New York Times (May 8, 1993): section 1, p. 31.

Gildea, William. "Boxers and History Collide in New York." Washington Post (March 12, 1999): D3.

Gildea, William. "In Vegas, No Laying a Globe on Lewis." Washington Post (May 6, 1993): B1.

"Heavyweight champion Lewis hints at retirement." Associated Press (August 4, 2002).

Hoffer, Richard. "Bad Hair Day." Sports Illustrated (November 20, 2000): 48.

Hoffer, Richard. "Drawn and Cornered." Sports Illustrated (October 13, 1997): 68.

Hoffer, Richard. "Grand Larceny." Sports Illustrated (March 22, 1999): 60.

Hoffer, Richard. "Hard Rocked." Sports Illustrated (April 30, 2001): 36.

Hoffer, Richard. "Hitting It Big." Sports Illustrated (May 8, 2000): 44.

Hoffer, Richard. "It Takes Tua to Tango." Sports Illustrated (November 13, 2000): 48.

Hoffer, Richard. "Lights Out." Sports Illustrated (June 17, 2002): 50.

Hoffer, Richard. "Payback." Sports Illustrated (November 26, 2001): 40.

Hoffer, Richard. "Redefining Moment." Sports Illustrated (November 15, 1999): 54.

Hoffer, Richard. "Triumph of Timidity." Sports Illustrated (November 22, 1999): 60.

"Holyfield-Lewis Heavyweight Championship Bout Ends in Controversial Draw." Jet (March 29, 1999): 51.

"Lennox Lewis Cements His Legacy After Beating Mike Tyson for Heavyweight Championships." Jet (June 24, 2002): 52.

"Lennox Lewis regains titles in 4th-round KO of Rahman in Vegas." Jet (December 10, 2001): 46.

"Lewis defends WBC crown." Jet (May 23, 1994): 51.

"Lewis Stops Botha in Second Round." Jet (August 7, 2000): 48.

Nack, William. "The great Brit hope." Sports Illustrated (February 1, 1993): 38.

"Pre-fight brawl." Jet (February 11, 2002): 50.

Putnam, Pat. "Bloody poor show." Sports Illustrated (October 11, 1993): 36.

Putnam, Pat. "The champ who fights chumps." Sports Illustrated (October 28, 1991): 102.

Putnam, Pat. "Good show!." Sports Illustrated (November 9, 1992): 102.

Putnam, Pat. "Lennox Lewis." Sports Illustrated (May 17, 1993): 58.

Remnick, David. "The MORalist." New Yorker (July 1, 2002).

"Tyson gives up WBC crown." Jet (October 14, 1996): 46.

Williams, David et al. "Lewis: It's Rematch or Retirement." Commercial Appeal (July 13, 2002): D1.

Other

"Arnie Boehm." theloxx.com. http://theloxx.com/ArnieBoehm/default.htm (January 5, 2003).

"Boxing legend Arnie Boehm dies." The Record.com. http://www.therecord.com/cgi-bin/PFP.cgi?doc=news/obituaries (January 5, 2003).

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