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10) HERBIE HIDE

Hide became the youngest Brit to win a version of the world heavyweight championship in 1994 when, aged 22 years, six months, he took the WBO title off Michael Bennt, born in London, but based in the States. Bentt said of Hide: “He was awkward as hell. His rhythm was completely unconventional – and he could punch like an atomic bomb. The guy could crunch. Riddick Bowe said it was the hardest he had been hit.”

Bowe took the WBO title off Hide, but he had another spell as champion, ended by Vitali Klitschko.

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