Muhammad Ali Boxing Dvd Career Set
 

Muhammad Ali Boxing Dvd Career Set

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Boxing DVDs of Muhammad Ali

Proudly Presenting Muhammad Ali Fights on Boxing Dvd’s. Our Muhammad Ali Career Set is loaded with boxing DVDs including fights, documentaries, build up to fights and many original broadcasts. Witness the greatest of all time Muhammad Ali as he demonstrates the sweet science. Now is your chance to own Muhammad Ali on Boxing DVDs. All DVDs come with video motion menus and fights are labeled onto the DVDs. Don’t settle for less do it right the first time and get it right here right now at BoxingRoyalty.

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Name: Muhammad Ali
Alias: The Greatest
Birth Name: Cassius Marcellus Clay
Born: 1942-01-17
Birthplace: Louisville, Kentucky, USA
Nationality: US American
Hometown: Louisville, Kentucky, USA
Muhammad Ali Boxing Record: Won: 56 Boxing Fights; Lost: 5 Boxing Fights; KO: 37 Knockouts; KO%:66
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 6′ 3″   /   191cm
Reach: 80″   /   203cm

History of Muhammad Ali Boxing Career

1960’s Ring Magazine Fighter of the Decade
1963, 1972, 1974, 1975 & 1978 Ring Magazine Fighter of the Year
1963 Ring Magazine Fight of the Year – vs Doug Jones
1964 Ring Magazine Fight of the Year – vs Sonny Liston I
1971 Ring Magazine Fight of the Year – vs Joe Frazier I
1974 Ring Magazine Fight of the Year – vs George Foreman
1975 Ring Magazine Fight of the Year – vs Joe Frazier III
1978 Ring Magazine Fight of the Year – vs Leon Spinks I
1970 Ring Magazine Round of the Year – vs Oscar Bonavena (Round 15)
1971 Ring Magazine Round of the Year – vs Joe Frazier I (Round 15)
1972 Ring Magazine Round of the Year – vs Bob Foster (Round 5)
1974 Ring Magazine Round of the Year – vs George Foreman (Round 8)
1975 Ring Magazine Round of the Year – vs Joe Frazier III (Round 12)
1978 Ring Magazine Round of the Year – vs Leon Spinks I (Round 15)

On January 17, 1942 the largest sporting legend of the twentieth century was born in Louisville, Kentucky. When Odessa Clay and her Cassius Marcellus looked humbly at their small son on this winter day in Louisville they didn't dare to dream that the six and one half pound human being they held in their arms would one day be the heavyweight champion and one of the most admired men of the world.The "Greatest of All Time," Ali had a good idea of what he was talking about. He became the first man to win the heavyweight title three times and revolutionized the sport by introducing a fighting technique that went against many of the game's sacred tradition.As Cassius Clay, he won a light heavyweight gold medal at the 1960 Olympics and began his climb to the heavyweight crown. On the way up he beat Billy Daniels, Archie Moore, Doug Jones and Henry Cooper.In 1964, he challenged the outwardly strong Sonny Liston for the heavyweight title. A major underdog, Clay indeed "Shocked the World" by forcing Liston to retire on his stool after the sixth round. After the fight Clay announced that he accepted the tradition of Islam and changed his name to Muhammad Ali. Ali was both arrogant and charismatic and generated a large range of emotions from those who loved him and hated him. He often predicted the round in which he would win and wrote poetry describing how he would defeat opponents. So brilliant and so fast was Ali that he was able to box while holding his left hand by his side and often pulled straight back to avoid punches, two of the game's key sins. Nonetheless, he employed the best jab in boxing and had hand speed similar to a welterweight.Then in 1967, Ali, citing his religious beliefs, refused induction into the U.S. Army. He was arrested, had his boxing license suspended and stripped of the heavyweight title. He was inactive from March 22, 1967 to October 26, 1970, which many feel were his best years.

With Ali gone, Joe Frazier tore through the division with devestating knockouts and earned the title of heavyweight champion. Ali returned in 1970 with wins over Jerry Quarry and Oscar Bonavena, setting up a showdown between Ali and Frazier. Both fighters were unbeaten and while Frazier earned his heavyweight title in the ring, Ali proclaimed himself the 'peoples' champion and that Frazier must beat him to become undisputed king of the division. He did just that. In what is still called "The Fight of the Century," Frazier dropped Ali in the 15th round and won a undisputed decision.  Ali regained the heavyweight crown in 1974 much the way he at first captured the title, by slaying a giant. George Foreman was considered unbeatable and the 32-year-old Ali was given slight chance to beat him. The fight was held in Kinshasa, Zaire and Ali engaged the now famous Rope-A-Dope to tire Foreman out before stopping him in the eighth round.
 

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MUHAMMAD ALI BOXING FIGHT VIDEO by sales106

MUHAMMAD ALI IN HIS OWN WORDS - RIP 1942-2016 by sales106

MUHAMMAD ALI VS PIETRZYKOWSKI (1960 OLYMPIC FINAL)
MUHAMMAD ALI VS HUNSAKER
MUHAMMAD ALI VS CLARK
MUHAMMAD ALI VS MITEFF - Original Broadcast
MUHAMMAD ALI VS BESMANOFF
MUHAMMAD ALI VS JONES
MUHAMMAD ALI VS PATTERSON I
MUHAMMAD ALI VS BANKS
MUHAMMAD ALI VS DANIELS
MUHAMMAD ALI VS MOORE - Close Cicuit Original Telecast
MUHAMMAD ALI VS JONES
MUHAMMAD ALI VS COOPER I
MUHAMMAD ALI VS LISTON I
MUHAMMAD ALI VS LISTON II - Original Telecast
MUHAMMAD ALI VS PATTERSON I - Original Telecast
MUHAMMAD ALI VS CHUVALO I
MUHAMMAD ALI VS COOPER II - British Original Telecast
MUHAMMAD ALI VS LONDON
MUHAMMAD ALI VS MILDENBERGER
MUHAMMAD ALI VS WILLIAMS - Colour Version
MUHAMMAD ALI VS TERRELL - Colour Version
MUHAMMAD ALI VS FOLLEY - Black & White Live Telecast
MUHAMMAD ALI VS QUARRY I - Close Circuit Original Telecast
MUHAMMAD ALI VS BONAVENA
MUHAMMAD ALI VS FRAZIER I
MUHAMMAD ALI VS ELLIS
MUHAMMAD ALI VS MATHIS
MUHAMMAD ALI VS BLIN
MUHAMMAD ALI VS M.FOSTER
MUHAMMAD ALI VS CHUVALO II
MUHAMMAD ALI VS QUARRY II
MUHAMMAD ALI VS LEWIS
MUHAMMAD ALI VS PATTERSON II
MUHAMMAD ALI VS B.FOSTER
MUHAMMAD ALI VS BUGNER I
MUHAMMAD ALI VS NORTON I ABC Original Telecast
MUHAMMAD ALI VS NORTON II - ABC Original Telecast
MUHAMMAD ALI VS NORTON II - Close Cicuit Original Telecast
MUHAMMAD ALI VS LUBBERS
MUHAMMAD ALI VS FRAZIER II
MUHAMMAD ALI VS FOREMAN  -  Close Cicuit Original Telecast
MUHAMMAD ALI VS WEPNER - Close Cicuit Original Telecast
MUHAMMAD ALI VS LYLE - ABC Original Long Telecast
MUHAMMAD ALI VS BUGNER II
MUHAMMAD ALI VS FRAZIER III
MUHAMMAD ALI VS J P COOPMAN
MUHAMMAD ALI VS YOUNG
MUHAMMAD ALI VS DUNN - NBC Original Telecast
MUHAMMAD ALI VS MONSOON
MUHAMMAD ALI VS WOLFF
MUHAMMAD ALI VS JAY
MUHAMMAD ALI VS INOKI
MUHAMMAD ALI VS NORTON III
MUHAMMAD ALI VS DOKES (EX)
MUHAMMAD ALI VS EVANGELISTA
MUHAMMAD ALI VS SHAVERS - British Close Cicuit Original Telecast
MUHAMMAD ALI VS SPINKS I - British Close Cicuit Original Telecast
MUHAMMAD ALI VS PYOTR ZAYEV
MUHAMMAD ALI VS YEVGENY GORSTKOV
MUHAMMAD ALI VS IGOR VYSOTSKY
MUHAMMAD ALI VS SPINKS II
MUHAMMAD ALI VS HOLMES
MUHAMMAD ALI VS BERBICK

MUHAMMAD ALI DOCUMENTARIES

ALI ABC WORLD OF SPORTS
WHEN ALI MET HARRY
LEGENDARY CHAMPS DINNER
THIS IS YOURE LIFE

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    This is without doubt the best Muhammad Ali Career Set on the internet today. It is extensive and consists of over 40 discs and features every documentary that can be obtained of the great man. Quality is variable but very consistent throughout considering age and source of footage, it's good, many original closed circuit shows. It will keep you entertained for hours. Well done, this set is highly recommended...RichardC

    Brilliant set featuring the Louisville Lip and greatest heavyweight of all time, Muhammad Ali. Thank you once again Dellon.

    Ive been enjoying your boxing dvds, iam ready for some more!! Mike
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