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    1965 Cassius Clay (Muhammad Ali) vs. Sonny Liston II Full Tickets Lot of 2. Phantom punch or legitimate knock out, this decisive victory for Ali in his Lewiston, Maine rematch with Sonny Liston remains one of the most famous events in post-war pugilism. These high-grade tickets would have granted two spectators entry to St. Dominic's Arena for the brief but important spectacle. The main floor ticket (orange) ticket is graded NM 7 by the experts at PSA. Solid corners and beautiful graphics are the hallmark of the ducat. A second ticket was issued to an employee. The gray ticket has minor corner wear and the owner's name on the back in ballpoint ink.

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    October, 2018
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