Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao with 7 world titles.
I think it was Roy jones jr
roy Jones jr.
He holds the title for Middle Weight Boxing Champion of The World.
Ali had 35 titles fights, 26 for world titles and 9 with the North American Boxing Federation between 1970-1974.
boxing: specifically winning a gold medal and world titles in 6 different weight classes, and twice beating an ageing julio Cesar chavez sr.
thomas hearns did it first and ray Leonard was the second. if you go to wikipedia and type in either of those two, you will get a link to all the multiple weight champions
Marco Antonio Barrera is a professional boxer from Mexico. He has won many world titles in three different weight classes and is known in boxing circles as The Baby Faced Assassin.
In the boxing context Tommy Burns was a world heavyweight champion who was the first white boxer to agree to fight a black boxer for the world title. On Boxing Day 1908 he lost his title to Jack Johnson who became the first ever black heavyweight champion of the world. Johnson was not the first black champion as many books say. tHAT HONOUR GOES TO First Black man to win a world boxing title; held three world boxing titles: paperweight, bantamweight and featherweight; invented shadow boxing and the suspended punching bag; fought in the world's longest fight.
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