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LOS ANGELES - DECEMBER 18: Glen Johnson celebrates his split decision win over Antonio Tarver in the IBO world light heavyweight championship bout on December 18, 2004 at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Robert Laberge/Getty Images)
Glen "The Road Warrior" Johnson (51-15-2, 35 KOs) has had anything but a typical boxing career. What makes Johnson unique is his desire to truly fight anyone, anytime, anywhere. He earned his nickname "The Road Warrior" by fighting anyone available in their home base. He's made a career out of going into someone else's territory where he takes on a partisan fan base, rival promoters and everything else that goes along with being the visitor in the sport of boxing. He's fought in Germany, Italy and nearly every boxing city in America during his career. He won his first 32 fights, setting himself up for his first title shot against Bernard Hopkins in 1997, but lost via 11th-round TKO. Johnson lost his next two fights and then had his ups and downs over the next few years, losing each time he challenged for a major title. Johnson would achieve his dream of being a world champion when he defeated Clinton Woods in 2004 to win the IBF light heavyweight title. He followed that up with h...
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