Boxer Ken Norton Sr. dead at 70



Several news outlets -- including ESPN and the LA Times -- are reporting that boxer Ken Norton Sr. has died at the age of 70. Norton was a major star in the boxing scene, breaking Muhammad Ali's jaw in a decision victory back in 1973. He fought Ali twice more in his career, and also fought George Foreman, Larry Holmes and more. He finished with a career record of 42-7-1, last losing via 1st round TKO to Gerry Cooney in 1981.

Norton's son and former NFL star Ken Norton Jr. was one of the celebrities that appeared at Wrestlemania 11.

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