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World-famous American boxer Evander Holyfield may be famous for his gladiatorial battles-of-the-ring with the likes of Mike Tyson, Michael Moorer and Lennox Lewis, but the 46-year-old pugilist is about to take on an altogether new opponent.
Holyfield, who boasts a record of 42 wins from 54 bouts, is hoping to use his winning formula from the boxing world to help climate change in the wider world.
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The former heavyweight champion and Olympic bronze medalist, who famously had part of his ear bitten off by Tyson during a world-title fight in 1997, is working to turn his Atlanta, Georgia estate into a renewable energy playground by building a solar farm along side an organic garden at his ranch.
As one of only three men in history to have been crowned world heavyweight champion three times in a career, the one dubbed 'The Real Deal' hopes to make green history with his actions.
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