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CANTON, Ohio—Chris Doleman knew how to get to the quarterback, no matter
where he lined up or which team wanted him. Elite Wes Welker Jersey . The defensive end
turned his 150-sack career into a place in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He was
the third of six players inducted Saturday night, joining Dermontti Dawson,
Cortez Kennedy, Curtis Martin, Willie Roaf and Jack Butler. Doleman was drafted
as a linebacker by the Vikings, but soon was switched to end. He was fourth on
the all-time sack list with 150 1/2 when he retired after a 15-year career with
the Vikings, Falcons and 49ers. He missed only two games and reached the Pro
Bowl eight times, including at least once with each of his three teams. He was
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consideration. He went 1-1 with a 5. CAPE TOWN, South Africa—Corrie Sanders,
the South African southpaw who knocked out Wladimir Klitschko in one of the
great upsets in heavyweight boxing, has died after being shot by robbers at a
restaurant during a family celebration. The former WBO and WBU champion was 46.
Sanders was shot in the hand and stomach at a family members 21st birthday
gathering at the restaurant in Brits, in South Africas North West province, on
Saturday night, police said. He died in a hospital in the capital city Pretoria
in the early hours of Sunday morning. “Its very sad,” Sanders former trainer
Harold Volbrecht told a South African radio station. “My heart is broken. Its
just terrible. I cant believe it happened.” Police Brigadier Thulani Ngubane
said three armed men entered the restaurant with the apparent intention to rob
it and shot randomly, hitting Sanders. No other injuries were reported. The
robbers took a cellphone and a bag from customers, Ngubane said. No arrests had
been made but a murder investigation has been opened. Renowned for his
impressive hand speed, the 6-foot-4 (1.93-meter) Sanders was one of South
Africas most successful and popular fighters after a near 20-year professional
career that included the South African, WBU and WBO heavyweight title belts. He
retired in 2008 with a 42-4 record, with 31 knockouts, but was remembered for
the shock second-round knockout of Klitschko in Germany in 2003 that earned him
the WBO title and respect across the world as a wily, fast and clever fighter as
well as a powerful puncher. He then lost to Wladimirs older brother Vitali for
the vacant WBC titlee the following year, Vitalis first fight for the title he
still holds. Patriots custom Womens jerseys. Sanders had
earlier relinquished his WBU crown in a seventh-round stoppage by Hasim Rahman
after being ahead in their fight in 2000. South African sports figures,
television personalities and entertainers all paid tribute on Sunday to the
popular Sanders, who also was a single handicap golfer. “Shocking news about
Corrie Sanders death, gonna miss u Corras,” South Africa limited-overs cricket
captain A.B. de Villiers posted on Twitter from the World Twenty20 tournament in
Sri Lanka. South African rugby player Morne Steyn wrote: “All the best for
Corrie Sanders family and friends! We lost one of SAs legends! God Bless!”
Olympic swimming champion Cameron van der Burgh added: “RIP Corrie. A champion
of the World.” Born in Pretoria, Sanders began his professional boxing career in
1989 with a first-round TKO of King Kong Dyubele. Eighteen of the fast-starting
Sanders 31 career knockouts came in the first round. He claimed the South
African heavyweight title in 1991, but his demolition of Wladimir Klitschko in
Hanover in 2003—when he knocked the champion down twice in the first round—
was by far his best and most famous fight. It is one of only three losses for
the Ukrainian and current WBO champion. Sanders only agreed to the fight at
short notice, was a 40-1 underdog and the result was voted as the upset of the
year by Ring Magazine. Sanders hung up his gloves in 2008 after being knocked
out by Osborne Machimana for the South African heavyweight title—ironically
in the first round. ’ ’ ’ 

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