Definition of Cooper, Sir Henry in English:

Cooper, Sir Henry

Line breaks: Sir Henry Coo¦per
Pronunciation: /ˈkuːpə
 
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( 1934–2011), English boxer, the only man to win a Lonsdale belt outright three times. He knocked down Muhammad Ali (then Cassius Clay) in 1963, but a bad cut inflicted by the same opponent in 1966 in his only world title fight hastened his retirement in 1971.

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