The two fighters should look to boxing history before signing up to their world heavyweight rematch in the Middle East
It is nearly 45 years since the Rumble in the Jungle – and still the myth of that wild night lingers, dangerously ignored.
There is much to learn from deconstructing the most famous sporting event of the 20th century. When a fierce storm swept through Kinshasa shortly after Muhammad Ali had landed his perfect finisher on George Foreman in the eighth round, coming off the ropes...
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