In sixty-one heavyweight fights, Muhammad Ali was beaten five times, including two post-retirement bouts that should not have taken place. One of the select few to earn a decision against Ali, was Ken Norton, who faced "The People's Champion" in the ring three times. Norton eked out a split decision win in their first meeting, though Ali cemented his claim as "The Greatest", with victories in their second and third fights. Recall this classic rivalry, with this Ali and Norton dual-signed photograph. Professionally framed and matted to overall dimensions of 26x30, this 16x20 black and white photo enters the bidding ring in prime condition. Ali's pre-illness autograph is a pleasing ("8-9") strength example, while Norton's autograph registers ("9-10") potency. Auction LOA from JSA.
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