Lennox Lewis wears incredible suit lined with picture of himself clinching gold at 1984 Olympics for Errol Spence fight

Lennox Lewis wears incredible suit lined with picture of himself clinching gold at 1984 Olympics for Errol Spence fight

December 6, 2020

LENNOX LEWIS turned heads at Errol Spence’s win over Danny Garcia by wearing an incredible suit lined with pictures of his Olympic gold medal win in 1988.

The legendary former world heavyweight champion, 55, was on punditry duty for last night’s fight in Arlington, Texas.


Spence saw off Garcia on points in his first fight since a life-threatening car crash over a year ago.

And the result saw him move to 27-0 while retaining his WBC and IBF welterweight titles.

But Lewis was hard to miss from the sides as he showed off the inner lining of his shimmering suit.

The London-born giant won Olympic gold at the Seoul Games for Cananda.

And his suit was decorated with pictures showing the historic moment he defeated Riddick Bowe before turning professional.

Lewis recently excited boxing fans by admitting he could stage a comeback fight just like old foe Mike Tyson.

Lewis, who won 41 of his 44 fights, told BT Sport: “Sure! I mean, it seems like a lot of fun.

“When I was commentating for HBO, they had me put in there right in the action.

“It was maybe to make me feel like I could come back for HBO but I just never caught it, it never happened.

“I looked at the history of why boxers come back and most boxers come back because they have nothing else to do.

“People keep coming up to them and saying, ‘Hey, when is your next fight? Who are you going to fight?’

“But it doesn’t do better for them, it makes them look bad. So I always elected to stay away from that.

“But, if it is right, I may come back. There has been talk of Riddick Bowe wants to fight me still so there is still some unfinished business there.”

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