Muhammad Ali is not only a cultural icon of our time, he was also a diligent social activist and a respected personality in the world of sporting achievement, involved in several of what are widely considered to be the best matches in boxing history. Now, in this outstanding collection of archived interviews from the BBC, you are free to discover in his own words the personal views and opinions that shaped one of the most idolised and vilified figures of modern history.
In this CD audiobook, Muhammad Ali, known for his distinctive ‘fight like a butterfly, sting like a bee’ style, talks to the likes of Joanna Lumley, Michael Parkinson and David Frost over the course of his career. From his early days of fame in the 1960s, through to speculations about his forthcoming retirement in the 1980s, this archive superbly chronicles the rise and fall of a matchless icon.
This extraordinary compilation, also available as an MP3 audiobook enables you to find out for yourself about the mind behind Muhammad Ali’s unique persona, whilst at the same time providing first-hand awareness into the life of a legend.
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