A Look Back: Ali's Legacy Began In Miami BeachMuhammad Ali, then known as Cassius Clay, won the heavyweight boxing championship for the first time on Feb. 25, 1964, defeating Sonny Liston on a technical knockout at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
50 Years Later, Cassius Clay Vs. Sonny Liston Still Captures The ImaginationWhen a young boxer named Cassius Clay walked into the ring on Miami Beach; few gave him much of a chance against the heavyweight champion of the world. By the time he left the ring, Cassius Clay was well on his way to becoming arguably the greatest boxer in history.
Boxing Remembers Angelo DundeeAngelo Dundee will best be remembered as the man behind the success of Muhammad Ali. But Dundee’s impact was felt far and wide in the boxing community and in South Florida.
Famed Boxing Trainer Angelo Dundee Dead At 90Angelo Dundee, the brilliant motivator who worked the corner for Muhammad Ali in his greatest fights and willed Sugar Ray Leonard to victory in his biggest bout, died Wednesday in Tampa, Fla. He was 90.
“Smokin' Joe” Frazier Remembered In South Florida At the famed 5th Street Gym on Miami Beach Tuesday Anthony Gales slugged away at a punching bag, a fight poster of "Smokin' Joe" Frazier and Muhammad Ali hanging on a wall nearby.