Rogin, Gilbert
November 1962
Sports Illustrated;11/26/1962, Vol. 17 Issue 22, p18
The article features American boxer Cassius Marcellus Clay and cites the success of his sports career in 1962. Clay increased his popularity after defeating boxer Archie Moore in a boxing game, knocking out Moore in the fourth round. For such game, Clay trained in Miami, Florida with his boxing trainer Angelo Dundee.


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