From 1931 to '45, Henry Armstrong acquired a massive 151-21 record, with 101 knockouts. But even more staggering were his three world titles in different weight classes -- featherweight, welterweight and lightweight -- all of which he held at the same time. While his trio may appear to pale in comparison to Pacquiao's and De La Hoya's sextuplet, Armstrong's titles came when there were only eight weight divisions, instead of today's 16. In fact, many boxing experts credit Armstrong as the greatest multi-division champion in history.
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