Goat: A Tribute to Muhammad Ali

Goat: A Tribute to Muhammad Ali

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02Muhammad Ali is amongst the most remarkable personalities of our lives and the greatest sportsman ever simply to walk the earth. To honor this living legend, this publisher has produced a work that is certainly indeed epic in scale and hoping to be as unique because the man himself. A worthy tribute to his life should reflect the dimensions of his achievements, and “GOAT – Greatest of All Time” sets to meet that task. Four years inside the making, along with the most comprehensive study of Ali currently, GOAT tips the scales at 34 kgs (75 lbs) and is also 50 cm x 50 cm (20″ x 20″) in space. Nearly 800 pages of archival and original photographs, graphic artwork, articles and essays – most of them previously unpublished – chronicle six decades of his life in stunning detail. To cap all of it, the project develops with the participation of Ali himself and people members of his inner circle have been closest to him through the years: from managers and key cornermen to friends, family and youngsters; from spiritual and also other advisers to broadcasters, essayists and journalists. Read the rest of this entry »

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Goat: A Tribute to Muhammad Ali

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05Muhammad Ali is amongst the most remarkable personalities of our lives and the greatest sportsman ever simply to walk the earth. To honor this living legend, this publisher has produced a work that is certainly indeed epic in scale and hoping to be as unique because the man himself. A worthy tribute to his life should reflect the dimensions of his achievements, and “GOAT – Greatest of All Time” sets seem to meet that task. Four years inside making, as well as the most comprehensive study of Ali as of yet, GOAT tips the scales at 34 kgs (75 lbs) which is 50 cm x 50 cm (20″ x 20″) in proportions. Nearly 800 pages of archival and original photographs, graphic artwork, articles and essays – many previously unpublished – chronicle six decades of his life in stunning detail. Read the rest of this entry »