WITH the world reeling from George Foreman’s stunning victory over Joe Frazier, 31-year-old Muhammad Ali opted to stay busy and signed to fight ninth-ranked, but largely unknown, Ken Norton on March 31, 1973.
But the San Diego fight, expected to be another routine win on the braggart’s comeback trail, upset the heavyweight order even further.
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