In just a few days, a legendary boxer will be in the Lehigh Valley as part of a unique exhibit that is now on display at the Allentown Art Museum.

With over 180 photographs, "Who Shot Sports" is the most comprehensive sports photography exhibit ever curated. It's a traveling show put together by a Brooklyn museum and is currently on display at the Allentown museum until July 29th.

"Sports photography is something that you see in the newspaper or on cereal boxes and by putting it in a museum, it really makes you appreciate what [these photographers] are doing," said Claire McRee, assistant curator at the museum.

In conjunction with the exhibit, the museum is hosting famous boxer and Easton native, Larry Holmes, this Sunday.

He'll take part in a special screening of his ESPN 30/30 documentary "Muhammad and Larry," the story of his 1980 heavyweight match with Muhammad Ali. 

The event is free to the public but there are a limited number of seats. The screening starts at 3:00 but doors will open at noon.