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    Muhammad Ali vs Sonny Liston, 25 May 1965, Maine. Photo by Neil Leifer. #neilleifer #muhammadali #sonnyliston #boxing #victory #iconicphotographs

  • Arthur Relave

    Mohamed ali en pleine gloire qui a mis KO Sonny Liston

  • Qweens

    Muhammad Ali knocked out, Sonny Liston in seven rounds, thus becoming the new heavyweight world champion ~ My favorite Muhammad Ali quote is, "I ain't got no quarrel with them Viet Cong-No, I am not going 10,000 miles to help murder kill and burn other people to simply help continue the domination of white slavemasters over dark people the world over. This is the day and age when such evil injustice must come to an end." —Muhammad Ali

  • Mikey Wiltshire

    Muhammad Ali Looms Over Sonny Liston After Stinging Him Like A Bee

  • Paul Katcher

    Perhaps the most famous sports photo of them all, Muhammad Ali standing triumphantly over Sonny Liston after knocking him out in the first round on May 25, 1965. Neil Leifer sure had a better angle of this dramatic moment than the photographers on the opposite side of the ring.

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