Documentary charting the achievements of the legendary boxer Muhammad Ali. Starting his career as Cassius Marcelus Clay Jr., a confident young boxer from the Deep South of America, Ali defeated champions in a style that had never been seen before. However, life out of the ring brought Ali his share of sorrow with a number of failed marriages, the loss of his title, controversially converting to Islam, and, more recently, succumbing to Parkinson’s disease. This documentary includes footage from some of Ali’s greatest fights as well as archive material of his private life.

From Ali – Fighting Spirit

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  1. Francisco Zavala

    Muhammed Ali a living legend in the sports outside of the sport in every aspect, a living legend because this legends never died.👍👍👍

  2. MJ Jaramillo

    My parents in the Philippines used to tell me the story about the Thriller in Manila back in 1975. The road was empty, no traffic, it was the best boxing fight happened in the Philippines.

  3. Grace Iqbal

    Too bad he changed his name from a liberator of slaves, Cassius, he even put many through school and pushed for the freedom of slaves and Instead renamed himself “Mohammed” who clearly in history expanded the slave trade to Africa, owned many slaves and called black raisin heads. I wish he would have kept his honorable name.