George Foreman

He was arguably the most celebrated boxer of all time.
Boxing legend Muhammad Ali has died, aged 74. The three-time world heavyweight champion, who had battled Parkinson’s disease
This week a new exhibition ''I AM THE GREATEST. MUHAMMAD ALI'', detailing the extraordinary life so far of the great man
Olympic athlete Chris Hoy, 37, recently announced his retirement from competitive cycling after winning 11 world titles. Retirement is often treated as a taboo subject in the world of sport so what happens to sports figures when they retire and why do so many struggle to cope?
Muhammad Ali returned after a three-and-a-half-year boxing ban for refusing to fight in the Vietnam War to beat undefeated
To my mind, there has never been a sportsman with less to prove than Holyfield. To continue fighting now is madness and I only hope the medical authorities ruling over boxing finally force the old warrior to hang up his gloves