Michael Moorer, proud southpaw heavyweight champion, gives advice for life

Fit and active at 51, Michael Moorer looks like he could still be in the ring. During a visit with Lifestyles for the Disabled, the former heavyweight champion Michael shared how sticking to his convictions helped him achieve his goals.

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(Written collaboratively by Steven Filoramo and Joseph Padalino for Life-Wire News Service with Edward Gregory.)

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– Michael Moorer, former heavyweight champion (in black fleece), signs autographs with folks from Lifestyles for the Disabled at Fast Break in Tottenville. (Life-Wire News/Meredith Arout) Life-Wire News

– Joseph Padalino, Life-Wire News reporter, shares a laugh with former heavyweight champion Michael Moorer, after their interview. (Life-Wire News/Meredith Arout) Life-Wire News

– Former heavyweight champion Michael Moorer greets Anthony Buscarello at Fast Break in Richmond Valley. (Life-Wire News/Meredith Arout) Life-Wire News

– Michael Moorer, former heavyweight champion, interviewed by Steven Filoramo, Life-Wire News reporter. (Life-Wire News/Meredith Arout) Life-Wire News

– Joseph Padalino, Life-Wire News reporter, interviews Michael Moorer, former heavyweight champion. (Life-Wire News/Meredith Arout) Life-Wire News

– Michael Moorer, former heavyweight champion (center in black fleece), with Lifestyles for the Disabled at Fast Break in Tottenville. (Life-Wire News/Antonio Pabon) Life-Wire News

– Michael Moorer, former heavyweight champion, William Braddy, and Scott Salinardi, Associate Executive Director of Lifestyles. (Life-Wire News/Meredith Arout) Life-Wire News

– Elias Diaz, Senior Habilitation Specialist; Michael Moorer, former heavyweight champion; Mark Collins, Director of Day Habilitation Services, Lifestyles.  (Life-Wire News/Antonio Pabon) Life-Wire News