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Editorial Reviews

Mark Collings compiles 50 recollections of the great champion, provided by such notables as Maya Angelou, Billy Crystal, Berry Gordy, Dustin Hoffman, and more. Cary Hite gives a commendable performance, varying his voice with each reminiscence, allowing the diverse topics - whether it's the fights with Joe Frazier, racial injustice, or the Vietnam War - a worthy distinctiveness. Muhammad Ali: Through the Eyes of the World is a fascinating look at what makes Ali so special as an athlete, spokesman, and provocateur, and illustrates why so many consider him to be The Greatest.
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Publisher's Summary

Many regard Muhammad Ali simply as 'The Greatest' heavyweight of all time. Others admire his battles against racial injustice and religious intolerance. A few just call him 'Dad'. They are all here in this book - 50 men and women of note coming together to celebrate the man Sports Illustrated crowned 'Sportsman of the Century': Angelo Dundee, Ali's trainer; Billy Crystal, actor; Sir Henry Cooper, former British and European heavyweight champion; Bert Sugar, journalist and boxing historian; Hana Ali, Muhammad Ali's daughter; Ferdie Pacheco, Ali's fight doctor; and more.
This book will be treasured by anyone who has ever been inspired by 'The Greatest'.
©2007 Skyhorse Publishing, Inc. (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
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By PAUL on 01-08-14

He was Great...BUT!!!

Didn't really realize what i was into when i started listening to the book...didn't take long to realize that it was an assortment of famous people just saying the same thing over and over and over.....He's the greatest...and i agree but it would have been nice to hear about some of the fights....

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