Muhammad Ali: Through the Eyes of the World
Many regard Muhammad Ali simply as "The Greatest" heavyweight of all time. Others admire his battles against racial injustice and religious intolerance. A few just call him "Dad." They are all here in this book--fifty men and women of note coming together to celebrate the man Sports Illustrated crowned "Sportsman of the Century": Angelo Dundee, Ali's trainer; Billy Crystal, actor; Sir Henry Cooper, former British and European heavyweight champion; Bert Sugar, journalist and boxing historian; Hana Ali, Muhammad Ali's daughter; Ferdie Pacheco, Ali's fight doctor; and more. This book will be treasured by anyone who has ever been inspired by "The Greatest."
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לא מצאנו ביקורות במקומות הרגילים
Foreword Lennox Lewis
26 FEBRUARY 2000
Joe Martin Jr
Sir Henry Cooper
Gil Scott Heron
John Jay Hooker
James Earl Jones
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actually Africa amazing America Angelo Dundee asked Athlete beat became believe Black Muslims boxer boxing called career Cassius Clay championship civil rights movement Contract course Elijah Muhammad everything fact father feel felt fighter Floyd Patterson fought friends George Foreman gloves gonna greatest Group hand happened he’s heavyweight champion hero Joe Frazier Joe Louis kind King knew knocked Larry Holmes Liston fight lived Lonnie look Louisville Madison Square Garden Malcolm Malcolm X Manila Muhammad Ali Center Muhammad Ali’s Nation of Islam never Olympics opponent Parkinson’s person political pretty punch racism realised referee remember ring ropes round someone Sonny Liston sport stand started stood stop stuff talk tell there’s thing thought told took trying Vietnam walk wasn’t watching What’s wonderful young Zaire