In his rural Michigan home, in the company of friends, Muhammad entertains his training team with a recitation of a imaginery piece of paper, containing a poem on how he will defeat George Foreman in what later that summer will be one of Ali's greatest battles in Kinshasha, Zaire (now the Congo Republic), {quote}Rumble In The Jungle.{quote}
Muhammad Ali Recites a Poem, Berrien Springs Michigan

In his rural Michigan home, in the company of friends, Muhammad entertains his training team with a recitation of a imaginery piece of paper, containing a poem on how he will defeat George Foreman in what later that summer will be one of Ali's greatest battles in Kinshasha, Zaire (now the Congo Republic), "Rumble In The Jungle." 

Being a Part of Events That Changed The World

Being a Part of Events That Changed The World 

Ozier Muhammad has worked more than 3 decades as a Photojournalist. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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