Terry Henderson

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Terence Henderson (born: January 7 1949 (in London, Great Britain) was a former British amateur boxer, Henderson was an England captain. He performed this duty at the European championships in 1969 in Bucharest, Romania. He also captained and represented England in Africa, Germany and Ireland. Henderson was a British junior ABA champion in 1966 and a British senior ABA champion in 1969. He was an intelligent box/fighter who could deliver knockout blows with powerful leveraged techniques. The guiding principle of Henderson's approach to boxing was the attainment of supreme fitness as a means of self-defence and victory in the boxing ring. Henderson later became an accomplished lecturer in psychology and philosophy. He lectured at London University on social sciences and social issues and Surrey University where he ran a course on a 'History of Boxing'. He was a lecturer in psychology and philosophy.