Muhammad Ali

Mano, D. Keith
November 1976
National Review;11/26/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 45, p1292
The article reflects on the boxing style and personality of U.S. boxer Muhammad Ali. It describes the heavyweight match-up between Ali and Ken Norton. It criticizes the manner in which Norton was defeated based on the scorecards of the judges. It covers two boxing matches fought by Ali against Sonny Liston and Doug Jones. It also deals with the naivete of Ali on the abuses being committed against him. It comments on his tendency to trust everyone. It predicts that he is not retiring from boxing.


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