Boxing Rumble In The Jungle

Boxing Rumble In The Jungle

FILE - This is a Thursday, Sept. 12, 1974 file photo of Muhammad Ali, who is due to fight World Champion Georeg Foreman tells a crowd of boxing fans in N' Sele Zaire, "Ako bo mai ye," which translates from Zaire's Lingalla dialect as: "I will kill him." Ali's trainer Angelo Dundee is at left, It was 40 years ago that two men met just before dawn on Oct. 30, 1974, to earn $5 million in the Rumble in the Jungle. In one of boxing's most memorable moments, Muhammad Ali stopped the fearsome George Foreman to recapture the heavyweight title in the impoverished African nation of Zaire. (AP Photo/Horst Faas, File)

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September 12, 1974 12:00:00 AM
October 30, 2014 11:40:54 AM
Horst Faas
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
2612 x 1832 2.88 MB
Men's boxing, Boxing, Men's sports, Sports, Men's boxing
Boxer, fans, fight, prediction, Hand, Raised, Indoors, manager, Mouth, Open, rumble, Shouting, Spectator, Standing
N'SELE, ZAR
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STF
PEC JF**LON**

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