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10. The Londons

BRIAN London challenged Floyd Patterson and Muhammad Ali for the world heavyweight championship – and his father could have a fight as well.

Jack held the British heavyweight title in the 1940s and two decades later, his son emulated him.

Brian was well beaten by both Patterson and Ali and when asked about Ali’s battle with Parkinson’s years later, London quipped: “Don’t blame me. I didn’t hit him.”

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