Hall of Fame boxing trainer Emanuel Steward, who directed several world-champion fighters including Thomas Hearns, Lennox Lewis and current heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko, has died. He was 68.
Steward's executive assistant, Victoria Kirton, said the trainer died Thursday at a Chicago hospital. Steward's family has not disclosed the cause.
The personable Steward was one of his sport's greatest resources and had served as a television analyst for HBO's most significant fights since 2001.
According to the boxing statistician company CompuBox, Steward trained 41 world champions, and his heavyweights accumulated a remarkable record of 34-2-1 in title...