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Old 11-25-2012, 03:03 PM   #76
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In mid-late 1963

Ingemar Johansson was a bigger draw at the gate than Cassius Clay.

Robert Nilon had visions of Liston vs. 'INGO' at the Civic Center in
Baltimore (October or November 1963) as his first choice, with INGO winning.

Then the 'INGO' vs Liston II in Sweden in May 1964, with Sonny regaining
the title.

The Money for a 'third bout'.........crazy.
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Old 11-26-2012, 04:57 AM   #78
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McVey,

You little snot nose punk, showing pictures of your mother again, without
her permission.

You little misinformed masturbator.

A) Muhammad Ali wanted $1,000,000 from Bob Arum, to retire in 1979.
B) Bob Arum offered up $250,000 to 'get rid of Ali'.
C) Bob Arum upped his offer to $300,000
D) Muhammad Ali lowered his demand to $500,000
E) Bob Arum held firm on $300,000
F) In the end, Bob Arum finally gave Muhammad Ali $400,000 to go away

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This is what you posted.

"Muhammad Ali sold his WBA Championship to Bob Arum in May 1979 for $400,000.

Why..........MONEY. "


I pointed out that Ali retired on the 6th of September 1978
And he therefore had no titles to sell to Arum or anyone else.

That's you blown out of the water, as if anyone actually cared

No one takes your hate posts seriously , everyone realises they are just figments of your warped imagination, and therefore give them zero credibility.

Just one thing ,dont mention my late mother again you cowardly cunt
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Old 11-26-2012, 05:43 AM   #79
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This is what you posted.

"Muhammad Ali sold his WBA Championship to Bob Arum in May 1979 for $400,000.

Why..........MONEY. "


I pointed out that Ali retired on the 6th of September 1978
And he therefore had no titles to sell to Arum or anyone else.

That's you blown out of the water, as if anyone actually cared

No one takes your hate posts seriously , everyone realises they are just figments of your warped imagination, and therefore give them zero credibility.

Just one thing ,dont mention my late mother again you cowardly cunt

Muhammad Ali hadn't even won his title back from Leon Spinks on that date, the rematch was nine days after, on the 15th September - so I think you must have got the dates muddled somewhere.
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Old 11-26-2012, 07:15 AM   #80
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June 1979,


Bob Arum 'had' to pay off Muhammad Ali in June 1979, to get him out of
the way for the WBA Heavyweight Championship to get going.

Muhammad Ali was 'playing games again', threatening to defend his WBA Championship
in Argentina, against Light-Heavyweight Champion - Victor Galindez.

June 17, 1979 (Muhammad Ali officially vacates the WBA Championhsip)

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