KNOCKING out stereotypes is Lovemore Ndou's special talent.
The world champion boxer has blown away cliches about race and age in the 16 years he has lived in Australia. Now he hopes to push the boundaries even further and extend his hand to others, particularly the African youth who are trying to find their way in a new country. Ndou, 41, fought his way out of the Johannesburg slums to become not just world champion but a practising lawyer in Sydney, specialising in family law and crime. He says he's fulfilled his boxing ambitions and now wants to use his profile to help African youth, starting with the donation of his boxing earnings to charity.