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Lewis started by explaining “I’ve been asked on many occasions where I stand on this debate; my perspective is that more experience in amateur bouts makes for a more seasoned and skilled professional.” Lewis went on to explain that many of the heavyweight division’s stellar names did not achieve a thorough enough of an education at amateur level which he feels leaves them lacking at the championship level. Lewis spent a much longer duration of time in the unpaid ranks compared to the current active heavyweight champions, as he focused on attempting to hone and nurture his skills to become a complete fighter as opposed to trying to achieve super stardom at the earliest possible opportunity.

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