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September 15, 1978 - Image 12

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ge 12---Friday, September 15, 1978-The Michigan Daily

ALI VS. SPINKS FOR TITLE

Tonight: 'Battle of New Orleans

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By The Associated Press
NEW ORLEANS - Muhammad Ali
will try to become the first man to win
the heavyweight championship three
times tonight when he fights Leon
Spinks, an ex-Marine whose fists could
write the end to the Ali Era.
"This will be my last fight," Ali has
said. "I can't go much longer even if I
wanted to."
But should the 36-year-old Ali win, he
could change his mind for "one more"
fight. Ali has retired before.
A LOSS, however, probably would
make the scheduled 15-rounder in the
Superdome the last one in the most

spectacular career in sports history.
"I will go down as the first man to win
the title three times," said Ali and it

seems that much of the public agrees.
In fact, the general attitude appears to
be that Ali is champion and Spinks is

the challenger. Spinks is aware of ti
feeling, but says it doesn't bother him
"The only difference in this fig
from the other one is that this time '
trying to keep it, not get it," sa
Spinks. "I ain't predicting. The be
man wins.
After his upset loss to Spinks, f
which he weighed 224 pounds, A
said, "I'll weight 215 next time. I'll be
better shape."
ALI SEEMS to be in shape but I
weighed in officially Thursday at 22
Spinks, who was at 197% in Las Vega
weighed 201.
Ali's try at becoming the first thre
time heavyweight champion comes
years and seven months after he fir
won the title by knocking out Soni
Liston in seven rounds.
It was taken away in 1967 for h
refusal to enter military service but 1
won it back at age 32 by knocking ,o
power-punching George Foreman
the eighth round in Zaire, Oct. 30, 1974.

Tape's Tale

LOOKING FIT and trim, Muhammad Ali weighed in yesterday in preparation
for his heavyweight title bout with Leon Spinks tonight. Ali checked in at 221
pounds while the champion Spinks weighed in at 201. The fight begins at 8 p.m.
from the Superdome in New Orleans.
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Age ............
Weight .......
Height .........
Reach..........
Chest (normal) .
Chest (expanded)
Biceps .........
Forearm .......
Waist ..........
Thigh ..........
Calf ............
Neck.:..........
Wrist ..........
Fist .............
Ankle ..........

Ali
36
221
6-3
80
44
46
15
13
34
26
17,
17%
8
13
9%/

Spink
25
201
6-2
76
40
42
161/
12
321/4
24
152/2
17
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beginning at 7:45 p.m.
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with George Cavendar and th
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