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It was the summer of 1966 when a persistent 17-year-old with a high school radio show near Chicago got the interview of lifetime: Muhammad Ali. But only a handful of people ever got to hear this time capsule. Until now.

in this rare interview, ali talks about why he started boxing, his theatrics before fights, who he feels is “the greatest of all time” (no not him), real estate & fighting for the universal title on mars.  the video above has background/highlights from the q&a.  for an extended clip of the interview, check out the audio below (also via blank on blank). 1st spotted @ open culture

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related: i met the walrus

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muhammad ali goes to mars: the lost interview

02/08/13 , , , , , ,

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