Following back-to-back fights against each other in 1973, Muhammad Ali and Ken Norton each had one victory. On 9/28/76, the two met for the third and final time at Yankee Stadium, to determine the heavyweight championship of the world. Norton was game, going the scheduled 15-round distance, but Ali won a controversial, yet unanimous decision. Collect a fine representation of Ali-Norton Fight III, with this dual-signed "The Ring" illustration in framed display. Oversized at 16x20, this art print recreates The Ring magazine issue dated December 1976. This colorful piece presents in excellent condition, and it is professionally framed and matted to overall dimensions of 23x27. Both combatants have signed with ("9-10") potency. Ali's firm signature is located on the field, to the right of his head; and Norton has signed on the field, directly above his head. Auction from JSA.
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