Found May 30, 2013 on Streaming Sports Talk:
Big,strong Ron Lyle was a heavyweight who fought during  the talent rich 1970′s.  He was a main stream contender for nearly a decade.  He  fought “The Greatest”,Muhammad Ali for the title and more then held his own until being  stopped in round eleven.  He had “Big” George Foreman on the canvas twice before  succumbing to George’s power in probably one of the best heavyweight battles of all time.  His all action shoot out with Earnie Shavers would be a  strong runner up to his bout with Foreman. Ron  started his career late after serving 7 ½ years in prison.  It did not take him  long to establish himself.  Wins over Manuel Ramos, Jack O’Halloran, Vincente  Rondon, Buster Mathis, Luis Pires and Larry Middleton moved him up quickly in the  ratings. Granted that Ramos was a washed up former contender and O’Halloran was  a fringe contender. Rondon was a former light heavyweight title claimant  until “Bad” Bobby Foster drilled that dream out of his head. Middleton was a  ga
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