THE GREATEST: MUHAMMAD ALI, BY WALTER DEAN MEYERS

Review by Jayden Hernandez

The book the greatest Muhammad Ali is about a fighter’s career in the 60’s and 70’s of Muhammad Ali And a little about his personal life The story starts of telling us about his father Cassius Clay sr. He is fighting his toughest opponent He was fighting Sonny Liston People were saying that the fight shouldn’t even be held. “Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee!’’ he said. You’ve probably heard that saying. At this point this is the famous Muhammad Ali’s Father he was a fighter too. So you're probably wondering or going to read this book because you want to know how good was Muhammad Ali just telling you the best He’s fought 61 times and has won 56 of them and 37 were knockouts better known as KO. In September 5 1960 he competed in the light heavyweight boxing competition in the olympic sin Rome he won a gold medal for his  outstanding fight. I recommend this book to people that want to read about sports and that like boxing.

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