"My grandfather fought for 21 years," said Cream, 58, a salesman who lives in Pennsauken. "He fought through the Depression, while he was working other jobs, and he was older and had more losses on his record than any other heavyweight champ when he won the belt. "He's an example of faith and determination and perseverance, and the statue will be a magnet for students and will connect people to his legacy. It will be a combination of education, and inspiration." This content is protected They should have asked him as well "Honest opinion, who would win between your grandfather in his prime and Larry Holmes and Roy Jones in their primes?"