Friday, March 12, 1999 Published at 17:32 GMT
Showdown at the Garden
The world heavyweight unification fight between Lennox Lewis and Evander Holyfield was declared a draw.
Here BBC News Online's special coverage provides all the statistics and background information you could wish for.
Eugenia Williams has told a hearing in New York that she should have given the crucial fifth round to Lewis.
Holyfield's attorney has said that he was suffering from a stomach ache before the fight.
World Boxing Council president Jose Sulamain has claimed that Lewis was 'robbed' of victory.
Larry O'Connor gave equal points to Holyfield and Lewis during the fight. He has been defending his decision.
John Morris, Secretary of the British Boxing Board, has voiced concern over the judge who scored in Holyfield's favour.
Lewis and Holyfield will be back in the ring within six months following anger over the draw decision.
Boxing's finest hour degenerated into farce with all corners of the boxing world rejecting the tied result.
Evander Holyfield and Lennox Lewis drew in one of the most controversial fights in recent years.
BBC News Online examines the highs and lows of the world title fight from the first bell to the shock decision.
Lennox Lewis thought he had been "robbed" but reaction to the draw decision was mixed - this is what the major players thought.
Evander Holyfield has fought some of the biggest names in the business - Foreman, Holmes, Bowe and, of course, Tyson.
Lennox Lewis has lost just one of his 35 fights - against Oliver McCall - while 27 of his victories have come from stoppages.
Holyfield is the older, Lewis is the taller. But how do the contenders measure up? News Online gives a comprehensive run-down of the two fighters.