This is a must have book for fans of the greatest boxing champion of all time. Ali: The Man, The Moves, The Mouth is the first interactive book about the Champ that pairs insightful sport writing with photo galleries, documentary clips narrated by legendary announcer Bert Sugar and a unique interactive video playback widget that allows the reader to replay Ali's greatest knockouts.
Not only is there rare footage of Ali's "pearls of wisdom," but includes highlights of Ali's greatest fights, many of which have been generally blacked out on television. Included is the "Rumble in the Jungle" (October 30, 1974), in which you will witness firsthand how Ali baffled champion George Foreman with his famous "rope-a-dope." The book also highlights the "Thrilla in Manila" (October 1, 1975) in which Ali and Joe Frazier battled in the sweltering heat. Ali had predicted it would be "a thrilla and a chilla and a killa when I get the gorilla in Manila," which it proved to be. The book also includes rare video highlights of the "Fight of the Century" (March 8, 1971), which matched two undefeated heavyweight champions, Ali and Frazier.
No one in ring history could move like Ali. Yet no sportswriter could adequately describe his genius as a moving target or as the rat-a-tat-tat attack machine. His moves were truly ring magic! Muhammad Ali was veritably the Michael Jordan of the boxing ring, as the book brilliantly and entertainingly reveals.
Moreover, no athlete was so adept at using his vocal cords and facial expressions to play with his opponent's minds. Now you can witness both: the Champ's "moves and mouth" as his gums flapped and his fists flew, as it actually happened.
The Ali digital book is truly a one of kind immersive experience.