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Choose from 81 pictures in our Muhammad Ali collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Boxing - Muhammad Ali - London Featured Muhammad Ali Print

Boxing - Muhammad Ali - London

World heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay) receiving a trophy from British Boxing Board of Control Secretary Teddy Waltham in his dressing room after retaining his world title by beating Henry Cooper. The referee stopped the fight at the Arsenal Stadium, Highbury in the sixth round when blood was streaming from Cooper's eye

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Boxing - 1966 World Heavyweight title bout - Henry Cooper signs contract to fight Muhammad Ali - Odeon - London Featured Muhammad Ali Print

Boxing - 1966 World Heavyweight title bout - Henry Cooper signs contract to fight Muhammad Ali - Odeon - London

With a glance back at a life-sized photo model of the man he is to box, Henry Cooper is at the Odeon in Leicester Square, London, to sign the contract for his fight with Heavyweight Champion Muhammad Ali, with the bout to be staged at Arsenal's Highbury stadium on May 21. Watching him are his manager Jim Wicks (centre) and promoter Harry Levine (right)

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SPORT/Lennox Lewis/Muhammad Ali Featured Muhammad Ali Print

SPORT/Lennox Lewis/Muhammad Ali

Heavy weight champion of the world, Lennox Lewis (left), winner of BBC Sports Personality of the Year, with Muhammad Ali, winner of BBC Sports Personality of the Century, at BBC Television studios in London. * 21/10/02: Lewis received the ultimate accolade in boxing when he was hailed as The Greatest by heavyweight legend Muhammad Ali. Ali, appearing at a fund-raiser for a Parkinson's Disease charity with Lewis, graciously passed on the mantle he claimed for himself at the height of his powers. "I was the greatest. I'm now no longer the greatest", he told the crowd at a Canadian Football League game in Toronto before pointing to Lewis. "He's the greatest, he's the champ"

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