Definition of Henry Cooper from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

Henry Cooper

 
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(1934-2011) a popular English boxer who was twice the British heavyweight champion (1959-69 and 1970-71). He is remembered in Britain for having knocked down Muhammad Ali, although he lost the contest and never became world champion. He was made a knight in 2000.