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Muhammad Ali beat more champions and top contenders than any heavyweight champion in history. He defeated heavyweight kings Sonny Liston (twice), Floyd Patterson (twice), Ernie Terrell, Jimmy Ellis, Ken Norton (twice), Joe Frazier (twice), George Foreman and Leon Spinks. He defeated light-heavyweight champs Archie Moore and Bob Foster. Ali ... See full bio »
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4 Biographical Movies | 13 Print Biographies | 5 Portrayals | 7 Interviews | 18 Articles | 2 Pictorials | 50 Magazine Cover Photos | See more »

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Muhammed Ali | Cassisus Clay | Cassius Clay | Muhammad & Lonnie Ali and their families


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At home I am a nice guy - but I don't want the world to know. Humble people, I've found, don't get very far. See more »


In 1962, Ali signed for Selective Service, but he failed the mental aptitude test, and was classified 1-Y (unfit for service). But, when the US armed forces required more soldiers for the Vietnam War, the pass-percentage marks for the tests were dropped to 15, meaning that Ali (and thousands of other men) was re-classified 1-A, now fit for service. See more »


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