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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Larry Holmes
Norton, the only heavyweight champion never to win the title in the ring, had been in poor health for the last several years after suffering a series of strokes, a friend of the fighter said.
Former heavyweight boxing champion Larry Holmes is recovering at home in eastern Pennsylvania after he was hospitalized for two days because of high blood sugar.
Joe Frazier was remembered as a great heavyweight champion and a city icon at a funeral attended my longtime rival Muhammad Ali.
The 63-year-old Holmes tells The Express-Times of Easton ( http://bit.ly/WLhD89
He says he had felt lightheaded and drowsy and his doctor sent him to the hospital.