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    1976 Muhammad Ali vs. Ken Norton Fight Poster. The third meeting between the mighty heavyweights Ken Norton and Muhammad Ali, which took place at Yankee Stadium in New York, was a highly anticipated bout following the two brutal 1973 matches they has against one another. Both of those matches ended in a split decision, with one fighter taking each of the bouts. In the match that Ali lost, he had his jaw broken by Norton in the early rounds, but refused to give up. The 1976 fight was no different in its intensity, with Ali taking the controversial unanimous decision -- but many observers of the match thought that the fight may have been scored unfairly. Offered here is a poster from the night of that third fight, featuring the work of Italian artist Luigi Castiglioni. Creasing appears on the lowermost edges on the 16x20" poster. EX in our estimation.

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