Ken Norton 19 Career Boxing Fights On 7 DVDs With Motion Menus
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                     KEN NORTON 19 fights on 7 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Ken Norton vs Clark (HL)
Ken Norton vs Ali I 
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KEN NORTON 19 fights on 7 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 6
Ken Norton vs Stephens
Ken Norton vs Shavers
Ken Norton vs LeDoux
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Ken Norton vs Ali II
Ken Norton vs Foreman
Ken Norton vs Quarry
Ken Norton vs Garcia II
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Ken Norton vs Lovell
Ken Norton vs Stander
Ken Norton vs Middleton
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Ken Norton vs Ali III
Ken Norton vs Bobick
Ken Norton vs Zanon
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Ken Norton vs Young
Ken Norton vs Holmes
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Ken Norton vs Cobb
Ken Norton vs Cooney

Norton vs Foreman

In 1974, Ken Norton fought Foreman for the world heavyweight championship at the Poliedro de Caracas in Caracas, Venezuela, suffering a second round knockout. After an even first round, Foreman staggered Norton with an uppercut a minute into round two, pushing him into the ropes. Norton did not hit the canvas, but continued on wobbly legs, clearly not having recovered. He shortly went down a further two times in quick succession, with the referee intervening and stopping the fight.


Career peak

Norton vs Quarry

In 1975, Norton regained the NABF heavyweight title when he impressively defeated Jerry Quarry by TKO in the fifth round. Norton then avenged his 1970 loss to Jose Luis Garcia by decisively knocking out Garcia in round five.


Norton vs Ali III

On September 28, 1976, Norton fought his third and final bout against Ali at Yankee Stadium in New York City. Since their last meeting Ali had regained the world heavyweight championship title with an eighth round knockout of George Foreman in 1974. Many observers have felt this fight marked the beginning of Ali's decline as a boxer. The Norton bout was a tough bruising battle for Ali. In one of the most disputed fights in history, the contest was even on the judges' scorecards going into the final round, which Ali won on both the referee's and judges' scorecards to retain the championship. The two judges, Harold Lederman and Barney Smith, scored the bout 8-7 for Ali, while referee Arthur Mercante scored it 8-6-1 for Ali. At the end of the last round, the commentator announced he would be "very surprised" if Norton has not won the fight.


At the time of the bout the last time a heavyweight champion had lost the title by decision was Max Baer to Jimmy Braddock 41 years earlier. The January 1998 issue of Boxing Monthly listed Ali-Norton as the fifth most disputed title fight decision in boxing history. The unofficial United Press International scorecard was 8-7 for Norton, and the unofficial Associated Press scorecards were 9-6 for Ali (Ed Schuyler), and 8-7 Norton (Wick Temple).


Despite earning a victory, Ali received a pounding. His tactics were to try to push Norton back, but they had failed. He'd refused to 'dance' until the 9th. Norton had said the third fight with Ali was the last boxing match for which he was fully motivated, owing to his disappointment at having lost a fight he believed he had clearly won.


Career decline

Norton vs Young

In 1977, Norton knocked out previously unbeaten top prospect Duane Bobick in one round, then dispatched European title holder Lorenzo Zanon in a 'tune-up' fight. Light-hitting but fast, Zanon was well ahead until a burst of heavy punches put him down and out.