Demarcus Corley held the WBO light welterweight title for two years beginning in 2001, but a split-decision loss to Zab Judah in a title fight put him on a nine-year skid that included 18 defeats in his next 27 fights.
Remarkably, the 37-year-old Corley has bounced back in 2012 with back-to-back wins over Gabriel Bracero (18-0) and Paul McCloskey (23-1), and suddenly is being mentioned as an opponent for the likes of Amir Khan.
Equally astounding is that Corley is still fighting at 140 pounds -- the same weight division at which he won a National Golden Gloves title as an amateur in 1995.
And if that's not stunning enough, his plan is to drop to 135 pounds and fight for a title there.
Enjoy this eye-opening interview with a boxer who has given himself the opportunity to be remembered alongside "Cinderella Man" Jim Braddock and the second coming of George Foreman as one of the great comeback stories of all time.