Clay/Ali fought in only one professional title fight as Cassius Clay. February 25, 1964 Clay beat Sonny Liston (Liston quit on his stool due to a shoulder injury in the 7th Rd)to become the World Heavyweight Champion. He then changed his name to "Muhammad X" and then Muhammad Ali before his rematch with Liston on May 25, 1964 (Ali won this fight with a 1st Rd KO).
Cassius Clay changed his name to Muhammad Ali (at the behest of Elijah Muhammad) in 1964, after he won the world title, and a year after he converted to Islam.
Muhammad Ali or Cassius Clay at the time.
Cassius Clay changed his name to Muhammad Ali (at the behest of Elijah Muhammad) after he converted to Islam and won the heavyweight title. NO HIS NAME IS JOHN CENA
Cassius Clay who later became Muhammad Ali.
Ali had 35 titles fights, 26 for world titles and 9 with the North American Boxing Federation between 1970-1974.
Muhammad Ali defended his first tittle 9 times for 5 years before he was stripped of it for not going to fight in Vietnam.
George Foreman and Leon Spinks. He also beat Sonny Liston but he was known as Cassius Clay at that time. Also, he did not REGAIN the title at that time; that was his first pro world heavyweight championship.
Ali and Frazier engaged in three fights. March 8,1971 Joe Frazier WP15 for the World Heavyweight Title Jan 26,1974 Muhammad Ali WP12 (Non-title bout) Oct 1,1975 Muhammad Ali WTKO14 for the World Heavyweight title Kevin Reilly
1964, prior to his first fight with Sonny Liston. But he didn't announce his conversion until after he won the title, because Elijah Muhammad wanted nothing to do with him if he lost.
That was Joe Frazier in the first of their three fights on March 8, 1971 at Madison Square Garden for Frazier's heavyweight title.
Non-Title fights 3 Five minute rounds Title Fights 5 five minute rounds
The Firemen was the original title
Muhammad Ali lost his title to Leon Spinks in 1978, but regained in later that year.
Muhammad Ali, formerly Cassius Marcellus Clay fought against mamy great boxers. He must be regarded as possibly the greatest of all time. He fought against Sonny Liston twice I think, Joe Frazier 3 times, and Geoge Foreman twice I think in Title fights. He said he was the greatest. Few would argue....
Muslims of Subcontinent gave this title to Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Quaid e Azam means Great Leader. Muhammad Ali Jinnah truly deserved this title.
Its original title was the U.S. Tariff Commission; it received its current title in 1975.
Muhammad Ali won his first title in 1964, he was 22.
Tje original title was A visit with St. Nicholas.
The original title is "Anne Frank: The Diary of a Little Girl"
there's 3 rounds in regular fights that have 5 minute rounds and in title fights theres 5 rounds of 5 minute rounds
Regular fights are 3 rounds and title fights are 5 rounds. Each round is 5 minutes.
April 28, 1967