He became World Champ on February 25, 1964, when he famously …
Muhammad Ali’s 61 professional fights Muhammad Ali died on Friday, June 3, 2016 at the age of 74. Ira Rosenberg/Library of Congress (file no. Ali refused to be drafted into military service in 1967, was forced to give up his title and did not fight professionally from late March 1967 until October 1970. Between the ropes Won Lost Draw Bouts KO W WF D KO'd … Muhammad Ali will live on in the history books, where his incredible sporting achievements will continue to inspire generations. Ali is confirmed to have had over 90 wins so the most likely record is 99-8 or somewhere …
In 1999, Ali was named "Sportsman of the Century" by Sports Illustrated magazine. Ali, Muhammad Muhammad Ali, 1967. Muhammad Ali's ring record. His first first-round knockout happened on February 7, 1961, against Jim Robinson at Miami Beach. The partial record below shows 8 defeats along with 37 of his wins.
Ernie Terrell, Houston. Diese Siege brachten Muhammad „The Greatest“ Ali ebenfalls einen Guinness World Records-Titel für die Meisten Weltmeisterschafts-Rückeroberungen im Schwergewicht ein, ein Rekord, den er nach wie vor gemeinsam mit zwei weiteren bekannten Boxern hält: Evander Holyfield (USA) und Lennox Lewis (GB).
There have been various amateur records accredited to Cassius Clay/Muhammad Ali: 100-5, 118-5, 127-5, 134-7, 137-7, and 99-8 are among the claims. Muhammad Ali entered the ring 61 times after turning professional in 1960 having won Olympic gold in Rome. He became one of the most famous boxers in the world with his "rope-a-dope" technique. He was also well known for his clever rhymes. Ali compiled a record of 56 wins, which includes 37 knock-outs (KOs), and five defeats. Feb. 6. The world will always remember the first boxer to become heavyweight champion of the world three times. Muhammad Ali Record of All-Time Fights. LC-USZ62-115435) Ali was stripped of his championship and precluded from fighting by every state athletic commission in the United States for three and a half years.
His first professional win was against Tunney Hunsaker in Louisville, Kentucky on Oct. 29, 1960. Muhammad Ali (born Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr.; January 17, 1942 – June 3, 2016) was an American boxer.
Here’s every fight from Louisville to London and Munich to Manila In celebration of his remarkable life, here is a list of Ali’s 61 professional fights as a boxer.