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The Incomparable Champion, Mohamed Ali

Published on 6/4/2016
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The Incomparable Champion, Mohamed Ali

 

 

      Olympic Gold Medalist Cassius Clay sported an impressive

record of 19 Professional wins when he faced Sonny Liston, the

reigning champion.

 

    He was ready and able to defeat Sonny Liston winning ir as the

youngest fighter to defeat the reigning champion. 

 

He won and held the heavywieght boxing championship Three

separate times during his carreer 

 

  He Won his Championship Title at 22 and held it until it was

taken from him in 1966 for Ali's convinction for conscientious

objection to the military draft.

Being banned from sanctioned matches from the ages of 25 to 29

his conviction was overturned in appeal courts. 

 

  Ali was able to return to proessional boxing and won the

Heavyweight title back against George Forman in 1974.

  

       A man is often judged by his opponents in his victories

                  and in his defeats. 

 

"Champions are Not Champions because they

Have Never Known Defeat.

They are Champions because They Never Gave Up."

 

  Ali was one who never gave up. Through his career he had only five losses and 56 wins.

  After being banned from boxing for three years and being stripped of his title for objecting to the draft call of the Vietnam War 

  Mohammed Ali returned to regain his position among boxings great champions defeating George Foreman.

 

  Kenny Norton broke the champion's jaw in giving Mohamed Ali his second defeat but Ali bounced back defeating Kenny Norton two times in the later bouts.

 

  Another challenger Larry Holmes, would take Ali's title.

  Yet Mohamed Ali remains the only three-time lineal world heavy-weight champion regaining his 1964 Heavy-Weight titles in 1974 and 1978.

 

  What a career of determination over twenty years with three of his prime years blotted out that could have been his best.

 

  To say the men who wished to take his place were talented and determined proves their tenacity and pursuit of excellence.

 

  These are examples to us whether we are the champions or the challengers.

 

   We must also strive for the mastery.

  No matter what the challenges or at times defeats

    We can always aspire to the title of champions of the world.

 

 

 

  

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