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(Dec 29, 2009)
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It's one thing when your fans will sing your praises, but you're at another level when former rivals will come to your defense. Directed by Pete McCormack (Uganda Rising), this documentary looks at the career of boxing legend Muhammad Ali from the perspective of his opponents, including George Foreman, Joe Drazier, and Larry Holmes.
He rocked the sport, shook the world, and changed their lives. Now, several decades after they met in the ring, ten of the sport's finest fighters tell what it was like to battle Muhammad Ali, the man many consider the best boxer ever. This brutally honest documentary recounts Ali's incomparable journey as seen through the eyes of those who stepped through the ropes and into history. Join these respected fighters as they weigh in on "The Greatest" and pay tribute to a living legend in this powerful and unforgettable film.
It was ok I guess. I really thought it would be more involved. I don't know what I was expecting, but I just didn't get it.Published 13 days ago by cazidog
A stirring and provocative view of Ali through the eyes, experience, and reactions of some of his opponents. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Jeff Souther
Very interesting documentary on my favorite boxer, Ali, the greatest!Published 1 month ago by Linda F. Crews
different perspective on the career of Ali by looking at his challengers.Published 1 month ago by arthur sheppard
Best Muhammad Ali doc. I've ever seen and would definitely recommend to all.Published 1 month ago by James E. Dyson