- Stephen Ward will be making a stunning return to the boxing ring by May this year
- The 64-year-old Englishman will be facing Jimmy Lloyd in what is expected to be tough battle
- Ward already holds the world record as being the world's oldest boxer
British professional boxer Stephen Ward has confirmed his intention to step into the boxing ring again in May this year for a big fight against Jimmy Lloyd.
Stephen Ward is regarded as the world's oldest boxer and his coming fight againt Jimmy Lloyd will be staged three months to his 65th birthday.
According to the report on Daily Star, Stephen Ward who is also reported to be a grandfather of three is gearing up for his coming boxing fight.
“I’m in good nick and I’m still hungry, so why not? I feel like a kid again. My wife Louisa backs me 100% and she will be walking me to the ring in her swimsuit – instead of the usual glitzy young girls.
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“If I win, who knows, I might carry on and have one more before I have to retire at 65. Louisa is 48 years old and works as a zumba teacher.
“When Louisa isn’t working, she will wake up in the morning and say something like: ‘Let’s go zorbing’ or maybe jet skiing or parachuting.''
Ward boxed as an amateur from 1967–1977 and his original professional boxing career lasted from 1977 to 1987 and made a comeback in 2010 but retired in 2017 after losing the WBC veteran heavyweight championship title to Sidon.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Floyd Mayweather showed his exotic £8million worth mansion which is fitted with two large swimming pools as well as an underground garage fit enough to take 20 cars.
Clips showing the apartment have surfaced online thanks to 21-year-old Devin Haney who shared several videos during a tour of the legend’s house in Las Vegas.
Haney was given an incredible walk around the house by the 43-year-old boxing legend and the first clip showed Mayweather’s wardrobe for shoes.
The stunning collection was stacked so high that it reached beyond the ceiling glass doors - before they were taken to the underground garage.
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