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ken norten and jimmy young

Reader comment on item: Muhammad Ali's "Beautiful Soul"
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Submitted by mike mcnamara (Ireland), Oct 18, 2007 at 17:59

muhammad ali he never beat ken norton .i thought norton won the second fight by wider margen then first..The last fight was pure robbery. . jimmy young robbed against ali in landover maryland..grabbing a boxer behind the neck every time he got hit with a good punch that was against the rules but he got away with it..he became his own referee in fights. his name is still cassius clay because he never changed his name legally.

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