Floats like a Butterfly – Stings like a Bee – Mohammad Ali

Muhammad Ali – ‘The Heavy Weight Champion of the World’ beats Sunny Listen to take Boxing’s most prize title in the 6th. round when Ali was still in his early twenties – To become ‘The Heavy Weight Champion of the World’ – Muhammad Ali beats Sunny Listen in the 6th. round at the tender age of  22 at Miami Beach, Florida USA in 1964. In a shock defeat over Listen. To become the Heavy Weight Champion of the World for the 1st time. He’d won the Olympic Gold Medal in 1960 for America and by 1964, after a long road of successful KOs (Knock-outs) & run-up fights he’d  gained his chance to fight reigning Heavy Weight Champion: Sunny Listen and shockingly took the title in amazing style, vigour and according to Ali: God blessed fortitude.


The entire fight seen here was broadcast on  television to the world live from Miami Beach, Florida USA. The-all-time-pound-4-pound best ever ever boxer in History, secures his well earned place for the first time in the boxing hall of fame, forever. And, later in venues such as the infamous ‘Caesars Palace’ still there in Las Vegas, Nevada USA. Ali successfully defended his title, unbeaten throughout his amazingly just bloody brilliant boxing career. Including: the world famous fight ‘Rumble in the Jungle’ and the other world famous fight: ‘The Thriller in Manilla’  in the capital city of the Philippines. Seen here in this YouTube video in 1964 live from Miami Beach, Florida there’s clear evidence/ poof why he always said, and, he most certainly was! no one would disagree with him for more than one good reason, Ali always said he was ‘The Greatest! Cassius Clay – Mohammad Ali was the Greatest Boxer the World has ever seen.
R.I.P. Ali R.I.P.

li - Heavy Weight Champion of the World - beating Sunny Listen at Miami Beach, Florida in 1963
Ali – Heavy Weight Champion of the World – Muhammad Ali beats Sunny Listen in the 6th. round at only 22 years of age in Miami Beach, Florida USA in 1964 to become the Heavy Weight Champion of the World. What has ever happened to the best spectator sport since then?! “King of the What?” Bloody Gypos!?

 

 

 

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