Arsenio jokes with 3 champs--Ali, Tyson, Leonard--on show

August 1989
Jet;8/21/89, Vol. 76 Issue 20, p46
Discusses the appearance of boxers Mike Tyson, Sugar Ray Leonard, and Muhammad Ali on the `Arsenio Hall Show.'


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