Muhammad Ali was perhaps the greatest athlete of the twentieth century. But Ali was never just a boxer; he was a fighter.
In Fighting Words, editor Keith McArthur curates the very best writing about Muhammad Ali from his vilification at refusing to go to Vietnam to his re-emergence as a saintly hero at the 1996 Olympics.
This collection brings together writing from those who fought against him, those he inspired and from Ali himself.
Fighting Words is a must read not just for people interested in boxing, but for anyone interested in modern America.