Muhammad Ali 43 Career Boxing Fights On 19 DVDs With Motion Menus
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           MUHAMMAD ALI 43 fights on 19 boxing DVDs
MUHAMMAD ALI 43 fights on 19 boxing DVDS
Fights Boxing DVD 19
Muhammad Ali vs Frazier III documentary
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Muhammad Ali vs Pietryzkowski (Olympic Gold Medal)
Muhammad Ali vs Clark
Muhammad Ali vs Miteff
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Fights Boxing DVD 4
Muhammad Ali vs Cooper II
Muhammad Ali vs London
Muhammad Ali vs Mildenberger
Muhammad Ali vs Williams
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Muhammad Ali vs Bugner I
Muhammad Ali vs Lubbers
Muhammad Ali, born Cassius Marellus Clay, Jr.; January 17, 1942 is an American Former professional boxer, generally considered among the greatest heavyweights in the history of the sport. A controversial and polarizing figure during his early career, Ali is now highly regarded for the skills he displayed in the ring plus the values he exemplified outside of it: religious freedom, racial justice and the triumph of principle over expedience. He is one of the most recognized sports figures of the past 100 years, crowned "Sportsman of the Century: by Sports Illustrated and  "Sports Personality of the Century" by the BBC.


Ali began training at 12 years old and at the age of 22 won the world heavyweight championship in 1964 from Sonny Liston in a stunning upset. Shortly After that bout, ali joined the Nation of Islam and changed his name. He converted to Sunni Islam in 1975.


In 1967, three years after winning the heavyweight title, Ali refused to be conscripted into the U.S. military, citing his religious beliefs and oposition to American involvement in the Vietnam War. He was eventually arrested and found guilty on draft evasion charges and stripped of his boxing title. He did not fight again for nearly four years, losing a time of peak performance in an athlete's career. Ali's appeal worked its way up to the U.S. Supreme Court, where in 1971 his conviction was overturned. Ali's actions as a conscientious objector to the war made him an icon for the larger counterculture generation. 


Ali remains the only three-time lineal world heavyweight champion; he won the title in 1964, 1974, and 1978. Between Fibruary 25, 1964 and September 19, 1964 Muhammad Ali reigned as the undisputed heavyweight boxing champion.


Nicknamed "The Greatest", Ali was involved in several historic boxing matches. Notable among these were the first Liston fight, three with rival Joe Frazier, and one with George Foreman, where he regained titles he had been stripped of seven years earlier.


At a time when most fighters let their managers do the talking, Ali, inspired by professional wrestler "Gorgeous" George Wagner, thrived in and indeed craved the spotlight, where he was often provocative and outlandish. He controlled most press conferences and interviews, and spoke freely about issues unrelated to boxing. He transformed the role and image of the African American athlete in America by his embrace of racial pride and his willingness to antagonize the white establishment in doing so. In the words of writer Joyce Carol Oates, he was one of the few athletes in any sport to "define the terms of his public reputation".


Early life and amateur career

Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr. was born on January 17, 1942, in Louisville, Kentucky. He had a sister and four brothers. He was named for his father, Cassius Marcellus Clay Sr., who himself was named in honor of the 19th century Republican politician and staunch abolitionist, Cassius Marcellus Clay, also from the state of Kentucky. Clay's father's paternal grandparents were John Clay and Sallie Anne Clay; Clay's sister Eva claimed that Sallie was a native of Madagascar. He was a descendant of slaves of the antebellum South, and was predominantly of African descent, with Irish and English heritage. His father painted billboards and signs, and his mother, Odessa O'Grady Clay, was a domestic helper. Although Cassius Sr. was a Methodist, he allowed Odessa to bring up both Cassius Jr. and his younger brother rudolph "Rudy" Clay (later renamed Rahman Ali) as Baptists. Cassius Jr. attended Central High School in Louisville.


Clay grew up amid racial segregation. His mother recalled one occasion where he was denied a drink of water at a store, " They wouldn't give him one because of his color. That really affected him." He was also affected by the 1955 murder of Emmett Till, which led to young Clay and a friend taking out their frustration by vandalizing a local rail yard.


Fights Boxing DVD 3
Muhammad Ali vs Patterson I
Muhammad Ali vs Chuvalo I
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Muhammad Ali vs Cooper I
Muhammad Ali vs Liston I
Muhammad Ali vs Liston II
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Muhammad Ali vs Frazier I
Muhammad Ali vs Ellis
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Muhammad Ali vs Terrell
Muhammad Ali vs Folley
Muhammad Ali vs Quarry I
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Muhammad Ali vs Mathis
Muhammad Ali vs Blin
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Muhammad Ali vs M. Foster
Muhammad Ali vs Chuvalo II
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Muhammad Ali vs Lewis
Muhammad Ali vs Patterson II
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Muhammad Ali vs Foreman
Muhammad Ali vs Wepner
Fights Boxing DVD 12
Muhammad Ali vs Lyle
Muhammad Ali vs Bugner II
Fights Boxing DVD 13
Muhammad Ali vs Frazier III
Fights Boxing DVD 14
Muhammad Ali vs Coopman
Muhammad Ali vs Young
Muhammad Ali vs Dunn
Fights Boxing DVD 15
Muhammad Ali vs Ballard (exh)
Muhammad Ali vs Dokes (exh)
Muhammad Ali vs Evangelista
Fights Boxing DVD 16
Muhammad Ali vs Holmes
Muhammad Ali vs Capuano (exh)
Fights Boxing DVD 17
Muhammad Ali vs Berbick Press Conference
Muhammad Ali vs Berbick
Fights Boxing DVD 18
Muhammad Ali vs Frazier I documentary
Muhammad Ali vs Banks
Muhammad Ali vs Daniels (HL)
Muhammad Ali vs Moore
Muhammad Ali vs Jones