The boxing greatness that can await an Olympic gold medal winner (or a silver or bronze medal winner)

The boxing greatness that can await an Olympic gold medal winner (or a silver or bronze medal winner)

Cassius Clay, 1960: he (allegedly) threw his gold medal into the river.

George Foreman, 1968: he captured the heart of a nation by waving a tiny American flag.

Sugar Ray Leonard, 1976: he taped a photo of his girlfriend to his sock.

Oscar De La Hoya, 1992: he dedicated his Olympic triumph to his late mother.

Joe Frazier, 1964: he fought with a broken thumb.

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