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DVD Muhammad Ali: In His Own Words
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DVD Muhammad Ali: In His Own Words

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Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee...He called himself “The Greatest” and few boxing historians or fans would argue his claim. Born Cassius Clay, on January 17, 1942, he began his relentless pursuit of boxing perfection at age 12. His bicycle was stolen and a police officer taught him some basic moves so that it would not happen again. Ali won the Chicago Golden Gloves Championship in 1960. Then in Rome, later that year, Ali won the Olympic Gold Medal for the Light Heavyweight division. He came back to the states and embarked on what will be remembered as one of the greatest athletic careers of all time. Ali finally hung up his gloves in 1981 with a record of 56 wins, 5 losses and 37 knockouts and has left an everlasting impression on sports fans around the world.


Through stunning and rare footage, MUHAMMAD ALI: IN HIS OWN WORDS shows one of boxing s greatest athletes mature as a public speaker, beginning with his early days as Cassius Clay, through his tumultuous reign as the Heavyweight Boxing Champion of the world. Follow Ali as he refuses induction in the US Army on religious grounds, embarks on controversial humanitarian travels into third world countries and struggles with Parkinson s Disease. MPI Home Video (2009), Color, DVD, English, Subtitles: English, DVD discs: 1, Rated: NR (Not Rated), Run Time: 38 minutes.


This documentary examines the life of the charismatic Muhammad Ali and attempts to explain how he overcame many obstacles to become a great American hero. Black-and-white footage along with color takes viewers through the extraordinary life of a young and brash fighter by the name of Cassius Clay. He is shown as time goes by changing his name, refusing to fight in Vietnam, garnering an awesome boxing record of 56 wins and five losses, having his heavyweight championship title stripped from him, and publicly fighting Parkinson's disease. Plenty of Ali's memorable rhyming and outrageous quotes are included. --Karla Baker, Rovi All Movie Guide





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