Former heavyweight champion Larry Holmes, who'll be inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame this weekend, takes his best shots: On Lennox Lewis: "If he would've got in the ring with me I would've tore his ass up. Lennox Lewis doesn't have heart. He jabbed half-assed, and they say he got a good jab." On today's heavyweights: "They're fat and out of shape. That's why (Evander) Holyfield doesn't want to quit, because these guys can't fight." On boxing then vs. now: "Boxing was better then as far as fights. Now guys are making more money and can't fight. I have a lot of respect for (Floyd) Mayweather, but he's the kind of guy I wouldn't want my fighter to be like." On his former promoter, Don King: "We have a love-hate relationship. He'll call me when he needs me, but when he don't he won't call. But when he calls me he has to pay me." On Ali, who hired him as a sparring partner for four years: "When I beat him they said he was old at 38. I fought until I was 52 and winning. Ali made the fights hard because he wasn't that (expletive) good of a fighter. He made an easy fight a hard fight because he didn't have the power and he stood there and wanted to prove to people he could take punches. He made Joe Frazier a hard fight by not training like he should've. Ali was a good fighter, but he talked (expletive) and made everybody think he was a good fighter. I used to kick his ass all the time in the gym when I was learning."