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Muhammad Ali was before my time. I never saw him fight live. My main boxing experiences were on Mike Tyson’s Punch Out. My mom had told me a little about him but not much. I knew he was “The Greatest” and the best trash talker of his day. Then “When We Were Kings” was released. I remember seeing it at the old Copley Place theater. And it was most likely the first documentary that I ever saw. It really changed everything. Not only for Ali’s legacy but George Forman as well. I definitely only thought he sold those grills. Rest In Peace Champ

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