Muhammad Ali: His Life And Times

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Number of Pages
544
Publication year
1992
Book Rating
4.29/5 (958 ratings)

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In the boxing ring, Muhammad Ali was incontrovertibly The Greatest, bringing his unrivalled combo of agility and grace into the world of boxing. Outside the ring, Muhammad Ali was The Louisville Lip, whose humor, glamour and strong principled beliefs created a new prototype for the expectations from any champion sportsman. Now a feeble old man of 72, Muhammad Ali is still one of the most recognisable and most respected men. One of the most attractive feature of the book is the extremely redolent discourse of the Thrilla In Manila, which has been written in such sweatily brutal detail, that the punches can almost be heard and Joe Frazier’s gumshield can be seen flying out of the ring. This book won the 1991 William Hill Sports Book Of The Year.

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