The great American former boxer, Sugar Ray Leonard, was the first fighter ever to amass more than 100 million dollars in prize money for his efforts. He won world titles in no fewer than five different weight divisions and had a spell as undisputed welterweight champion. In his career he beat highly regarded foes and future Hall of Famers including the likes of Hearns, Durán, Hagler, and Wilfred Benítez. All this earned him the honour of being named the Boxer of the Decade in the 1980s. Sugar also won gold in two Olympics as an amateur and he finished his career with a record of 36-3-1 with 25 knockouts.
Often said to be one of the best to have ever gloved up, Sugar Ray was part of the Fabulous Four group of top boxers who had many battles during the 1980s, including Thomas Hearns and Marvin Hagler, as well as Roberto Duran. It was these fights that really gave a big spotlight to the lower weight classes after the dominance of Muhammed Ali and the heavyweights in previous years. Since retiring from the sport, Sugar Ray has appeared on plenty of TV shows and has worked as a brand ambassador on commercial campaigns for the likes of Sketchers trainers. He is still often see at boxing matches and is regularly asked for his views on the game, which is no wonder given that he was such a talented fighter. He is also a motivational speaker and occasional actor who adds real star appeal to any occasion or event.
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