Muhammad Ali vs Ken Norton I On-Site Boxing Program 3-31-73 San Diego
KEN NORTON was a fixture in the heavyweight ranks during a time that many consider the finest era of the division. Norton, who turned pro in 1967, burst onto the scene in 1973 when he earned a split decision and the NABF heavyweight title with a 12-round decision over Muhammad Ali, which was only Ali's second loss. And, it was in this fight that Norton broke Ali's jaw.
A PIECE OF BOXING HISTORY!! This is the actual ON-SITE Program from this historic fight, 18 pages, black & white, 8 1/5 x 11 inches. Images show front and back of program.
A&R Collectibles is pleased to offer this special piece of Ali memorabilia at a very special price.
No. 1 ranked Muhammad Ali took on No. 8 ranked Ken Norton. What was said to be the greatest mismatch of all time turned out to be a great upset, the turning point in Ken Norton's career and the start of a great trilogy. There were no knockdowns. Norton wins decision.
Muhammad Ali -vs- Ken Norton I - Ali suffered a broken jaw during this bout. There were no knockdowns. Norton wins decision.
Muhammad Ali -...Muhammad Ali -vs- Ken Norton I - Ali suffered a broken jaw dur...
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