Mohammad Ali or Cassius Clay was the first boxer ever to win the world heavyweight title thrice.
a famous aboriginal boxer.. he was the first aboriginal in boxing history to win a world title
ali won his first world title in 1964 http://www.boxrec.com/list_bouts.php?human_id=180&cat=boxer
Lionel Rose was a bantamweight boxer and the first Indigenous Australian to win a world title.
John L. Sullivan was the worldÍs best boxer in the 19th century. Today the first organization to award a world title was the World Boxing Association which is also known as the National Boxing Association.
youngest boxer to fight for world title
youngest was mike Tyson, and the firsrt to regain wasfloyd Patterson
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.
If you mean "First black heavywieght champion", then no, that accolade goes to Jack Johnson who won the world heavyweight title on December 26, 1908.
Jack Johnson won the title in 1915, some 50 years before Ali