Lawrence Okolie next World Heavyweight Champion? His story from being bullied to champion | ITV News

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There are few sporting stories more inspirational than that of boxer Lawrence Okolie. Rewind to 2012 and the Londoner was working at a fast food chain. Today, after tackling obesity and the bullies he holds the WBO Cruiserweight title. He’s even written a book to inspire other Londoners to achieve their dreams.

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