Lennox Lewis wants Klitsckho Brothers to fight each other before Boxing return
By Johnny Benz, Doghouse Boxing (Nov 23, 2008) DoghouseBoxing.com  
Last night Lennox Lewis on two separate broadcasts shot down claims that he was returning to the ring. On Sky Sports, during the Ricky Hatton vs. Paulie Malignaggi fight, Lewis stated the only fighting he does these days is wrestling around with his children. Lewis also stated the both Kiltschko brothers, Vitali and Wladimir need to fight each other first before he considers a return to boxing. Of course Lewis said that statement with a chuckle (and not in a completely serious tone).

On another program, Lewis told the BBC Radio that he has not had any offers for a ring return, and thinks there is no offer that could get him back. Speaking to the BBC, Lewis stated: "Nobody has made any offers, I've been there and done that. I don't think there is any offer that would get me back in the ring."

There have been a lot of quotes circulating in the media as of late that Lewis is indeed planning a come back. The Wales on Sunday quotes Lewis stating: "If someone wants to pay me serious money, $100 million or so, then I will fight again."

So is he coming back? Quotes attributed to Lewis, published by Wales on Sunday (printed media) indicate a strong possibility, however quotes on Sky Sports (televised) and BBC (over radio waves), which I personally heard from Lewis' mouth indicates that a comeback is more than likely not happening.

Anyway, who's going to get together $100 million dollars for Lewis to fight again? That would be crazy!
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