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  • Danilo Amaral

    Classica do Mr. Ali

  • Louis Plummer

    One of my favorite sport images, a very young Cassius Clay taunting Sonny Liston after knocking him down. There is only one Mohammed Ali!

  • William Gibson

    Muhammed Ali standing over Sonny Liston. May 25, 1965. This second matchup took place in tiny Lewiston, Maine. Shortly after this knockdown--in the middle of Round 1--Liston stood up unsteadily, and Ali made four unanswered punches. Under confusing circumstances, the referee belatedly awarded Ali a knockout, and Ali became World Boxing Council Heavyweight Champion (though probably this result should have been considered a technical knockout). [Sourced in part from Wikipedia]

  • Jenny .

    By KO'ing Sonny Liston in March 1964 Cassius Clay became, at 22, world heavyweight champ. Soon he embraced the Black Muslim faith and adopted the name Muhammad Ali. But in 1967, upon refusing to be drafted, Ali was stripped of the title. He had to sit out three years. Not until 1974 did he reclaim the crown, by rope-a-doping George Foreman in the "Rumble in the Jungle" in Zaire.

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