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Handsome is as Handsome Does
We assume the best-looking football players are quarterbacks. (Just look at the actors who portray them.) But is it really so? You can run the numbers on this ... And guess what, pretty boys?
ZORA FOLLEY RANKS MUHAMMAD ALI AS NO. 1
Back home in Chandler, Ariz. after his seventh-round knockout in New York, Challenger Folley assessed what had happened to him in their bout—and became ...
MUHAMMAD ALI IN AFRICA
Looking like aslice of Old Testament Ham, the man in the décolleté shower curtain was noneother than Muhammad Ali, boxer, social philosopher and world ...
Not With A Bang But A Whisper
After losing to Trevor Berbick, a subdued Muhammad Ali softly admitted that his illustrious career had come to an end
For all the talk about Cam Newton's breaking the mold and reinventing the QB position, remember this: The Panthers' offense is built around plays that reflect Super Bowl winners dating all the way to the beginning
The House of Murph
As the Mets and Royals Clash in the Fall Classic, All Eyes Are on a Previously Anonymous Second Baseman Who's on One of the Great Power Binges in October History. Can Daniel Murphy Possibly Keep Hitting Home Runs? The Answer Will Go a Long Way toward Deciding Which Franchise Ends Its Title Drought
BUNDINI: SVENGALI IN ALI'S CORNER
He's the 'float like a butterfly' man who psychs up Muhammad before fights and in the ring. As usual, he was the first to embrace his champion ...
Michael Jordan vs. The World
As old rivals and young guns line up to duel with MJ, one thing is certain: It's going to be fun to watch
The Eleven Men Behind Cassius Clay
Innocent of prizefighting's bad old ways, these gentlemen hope by their example to put an end to the exploiting of boxers. They expect Clay to get rich—and to get a little bit richer themselves
Through The Years With Ali
Out of Louisville he came, to become champion of the world—twice. Now Ali, whose worldwide celebrity may be unequaled in modern times, is near the end of his boxing career, and if no longer the greatest, he is still the best. He has quit, unquit and requit, the prerogative of the aging genius—and the signal for a shuffle down memory lane. Here is a sampling of his life and times.