Former five-division champion Thomas Hearns tears up during his remarks at the funeral service for the late boxing trainer Emanuel Steward at the Greater Grace Temple in Detroit on Tuesday.
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Wladimir Klitschko, the reigning world heavyweight champion and a longtime Steward pupil, speaks at Tuesday's service.
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Former heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis remembers Steward during Tuesday's three-hour service.
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Steward, who passed away on Oct. 25 at 68, helped guide 43 fighters to world championships -- more than any other trainer -- throughout a career that landed him in the International Boxing Hall of Fame.
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Wladimir Klitschko, Lennox Lewis, Hilmer Kenty, Thomas Hearns and Evander Holyfield
A who's who of boxing luminaries turned out Tuesday for Steward's funeral.
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The Queen of Soul paid tribute to Steward with a stirring rendition of "I'll Fly Away" during Tuesday's service.
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Boxing referee Frank Garza rings the memorial 10-count for Steward.
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Former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield speaks at Tuesday's service.
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Vitali Klitschko, the WBC heavyweight champion, hugs a member of Steward's family on Tuesday.
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Thomas Hearns receives a hug outside the home of Steward in Detroit on Tuesday.
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A poster honoring boxing trainer Steward and the boxers he trained is seen in the trainer's office.
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Steward's sister, Sylvia Steward-Williams, holds a championship belt created by the World Boxing Council honoring, from left, Emanuel Steward, Muhammad Ali, Joe Louis and Thomas Hearns at the trainer's office in Detroit.
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Steward's sister Sylvia Steward-Williams goes through memorabilia on Tuesday at the trainer's office.
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