Very rare Boxing Hall of Fame video of Muhammad Ali visiting George Chuvalo in 1965 while Chuvalo was training for Floyd Patterson. Ali had just become heavyweight boxing champion of the world the year before. Here he is at his funniest calling Chuvalo, 'The Washer Woman.'
In the Christmas of 1978 after becoming the first man to win the heavyweight title of the world three times, Muhammad Ali was sprung by the This Is Your Life studio cameras. In this classic footage, host Eamonn Andrews takes us through Ali’s life story with the help from a number of special guests from Ali’s parents, to the first man he ever boxed, to former adversary Joe Frazier. Brilliant watch…
Long before Will Smith donned the neat Afro and sharp witticisms to play the greatest boxer to lace up gloves, 'The Greatest' himself appeared on the big screen as himself in his own movie biopic. Amazing. Here is Muhammad Ali in the trailer for the 1977 movie alongside a young Robert Duvall, now a frequent visitor to the Wild Card Gym when Manny Pacquiao is in town...
In this hilarious clip, American comedian Richard Pryor RIP talks about getting in the ring with Ali and fighting in the Golden Gloves against men who looked like they'd just murdered their parents.
Khan, who will run with the torch on Thursday in his hometown of Bolton as the relay continues ahead of London 2012, credited the sporting event for giving him a profile before he embarked on his professional career.
Former undisputed heavyweight king Lennox Lewis has predicted a bright future for British title challenger David Price, saying the Liverpudlian posses the right size and skill to stick it out in the division.
Dundee is believed to have died from a heart attack following the development of a blood clot that meant he spent time in hospital before moving to a healthcare centre.