undisputed world champion

undisputed world champion

n
(Boxing) boxing a boxer who holds the World Boxing Association, the World Boxing Council, the World Boxing Organization, and the International Boxing Federation world championship titles simultaneously
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And if sleeping with two women at the same time and pole-vaulting from the bed of wife Carla to secret lover Tina's was an Olympic sport, he'd be a gold medal winner and undisputed world champion.
We've had romance, we've had tears, and we've had a former Undisputed World Champion heavyweight boxer covered in gunge - it's all par for the course in Hertfordshire's most famous bungalow.
For your kind information he was undisputed world champion from 2007 to 2013.
Williams' career high was undoubtedly his victory against former undisputed world champion aACAyIron Mike' Tyson in Louisville, Kentucky.
But the Indian ace, who has been the undisputed world champion since 2007, managed to hold his young challenger at bay.
Evander Holyfield was undisputed world champion at both cruiserweight and heavyweight, the only four-time champ in the history of the sport's premier division.
The former undisputed world champion is mentoring Price in the build-up to this weekend's rematch with Tony Thompson.
The second fight took place in Manchester and was watched by hundreds of travelling Scottish supporters who were jubilant when Lynch demolished his English opponent to become undisputed world champion.
He had previously won the world title in 2000, 2007, 2008 and 2010, and has been the undisputed World Champion since 2007.
Among Frazier's many feats were winning Olympic gold at the 1964 Games, becoming undisputed world champion six years later with his fifth-round stoppage of Jimmy Ellis and making five successful defences.
Among Frazier's many achievements were winning Olympic gold at the 1964 Games, becoming undisputed world champion six years later with his fifthround stoppage of Jimmy Ellis and making five successful defences.