Who won Razor Ruddock vs Lennox Lewis?

Lewis defeated Ruddock by a 2nd round knockout. Lennox Lewis vs. Donovan Ruddock, billed as “The Fight for the Right” was a professional boxing match contested on 31 October 1992.

Who ducked Lennox Lewis?

However, he never got to avenge the robbery as Lewis decided to retire and vacated the title. So technically Lennox Lewis ducked Vitali Klitschko, but I don’t blame him. Klitschko was at his prime back then, and Lewis was close to 38. Lewis made a sensible decision to retire at the top of his legacy.

Did Tyson break Razor Ruddock jaw?

Tyson dropped Ruddock in the second and fourth rounds with straight right hands to the jaw that came as counters to Ruddock’s powerful left hooks. “It was a very competitive fight,” Tyson said. If his jaw was broken, you never could tell. “I knew he’d get up (from the knockdowns).

Is Donovan Ruddock in the Hall of Fame?

9. He retired in 2004 as the world champion and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in his first ballot in 2009. He is also the first British born fighter to win the world heavyweight title since Bob Fitzsimmons in 1897. As for Ruddock, he never won the world title and retired in 2001.

How much is Razor Ruddock worth?

Donovan Ruddock Net Worth

Net Worth: $300 Thousand
Last Updated: 2020

Did Lennox beat Tyson?

The defending unified WBC, IBF, IBO, and The Ring champion Lennox Lewis defeated former undisputed heavyweight champion Mike Tyson by knockout in the eighth round.

Did Tyson fight Tommy Morrison?

Tommy Morrison was one of the hardest hitters of his generation and was potentially one punch away from the most lucrative fight of his life – against Mike Tyson – when his world flipped upside down.

Did Tyson break ribs?

Greg Fritz, a spokesman for Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nev., site of the match, said by telephone tonight that Tyson had suffered a noncontact cartilage injury to his left rib cage on Oct. 8 and reinjured it while training on Oct. 15.

How many times did Tyson beat Razor Ruddock?

Get it sent to your inbox . Tyson floored Ruddock twice on the way to a unanimous 12-round decision in a rematch of their controversial March 18 meeting. That earlier fight was stopped — prematurely, many people said — by Referee Richard Steele and set up tonight’s event.