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The Winner Marvelous Marvin! by Harold Bell

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He was a class act and when it came to integrity-he talked the talk and walked the walk!

HE WAS THE MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPION WHO WILL BE FOREVER LINKED TO THE WELTERWEIGHTS!

Muhammad Ali revived the sport of boxing in the 60s with his brash personality, flare and traits he borrowed from the great pro wrestling sensation, Gorgeous George.  Ali’s style was copied but never duplicated.  The heavyweight division was full of stars, in the 60s and 70s but none bigger than Muhammad Ali.  There was Joe Frazier, George Foreman, Ken Norton, Ron Lyle, Ernie Shavers and others who help to make the fight game legit again.  During the Ali era boxing attracted the Hollywood stars, pro athletes, the entire entertainment world, the gangsters and would be gangsters.  When Ali retired in 1985 the game lost some of its glitter and gold.

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