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Play Round One: The Greatest (1942-1964)

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Boxer Cassius Clay rises up the amateur ranks to win gold at the 1960 Olympics. He turns professional, sharpening his boxing skills and honing his genius for self-promotion. In 1964, he upsets Sonny Liston to become heavyweight champion.

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Play Round Two: What's My Name? (1964-1970)

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Cassius Clay publicly joins the Nation of Islam and takes the name Muhammad Ali. When he refuses induction into the Army, he is stripped of his title and forced into exile. After three years he returns to the ring, but he’s lost a step.

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Play Round Three: The Rivalry (1970 - 1974)

Muhammad Ali battles his fiercest rival, Joe Frazier, and the U.S. government, as he attempts to regain the heavyweight title. He first loses to and then defeats Frazier, but to become champion again, he will have to beat George Foreman.

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Play Round Four: The Spell Remains (1974-2016)

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Muhammad Ali shocks the world by defeating George Foreman, winning back the heavyweight title and becoming the most famous man on earth. After retiring in 1981, he travels the world spreading his Islamic faith, and becomes a symbol of peace and hope.

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Play Spanish Version | Round One: The Greatest (1942-1964)

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El boxeador Cassius Clay asciende desde las filas de aficionados para ganar el oro en los Juegos Olímpicos de 1960 y convertirse en un contendiente por el título del campeonato de peso pesado.

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Play Spanish Version | Round Two: What's My Name? (1964-1970)

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Cassius Clay se une a la Nación del Islam y toma el nombre de Muhammad Ali; cuando se niega a ingresar en el ejército de los Estados Unidos, pierde su título y se ve obligado a exiliarse.

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