A nephew of
has been convicted along with another man of killing the 54-year-old former heavyweight champion.
A jury in Kingston, Jamaica, Thursday found 21-year-old Harold Berbick guilty of murder and 19-year-old Kenton Gordon guilty of manslaughter in the death of the former boxer.
The judge ordered both jailed pending their Jan. 11 sentencing.
Authorities said the nephew and Gordon beat Berbick to death in October 2006 over a land dispute.
Trevor Berbick fought from 1976 to 2000, finishing with a record of 50-11-1, with 33 knockouts.
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