After defeating Sonny Liston and winning the World Heavyweight Championship in 1964, the man formerly known as Cassius Clay became Muhammad Ali and revealed he was a member of the Nation of Islam. "The Greatest" later faced Liston on May 25, 1965 and knocked him down in the first minute of the first round. Ali is the subject of this 25x21 signed display that shows him standing over Liston. Ali's silver metallic paint penning ("6") is placed upon his boxing trunks. Full photo LOA from JSA.
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