Muhammad Ali is arguably the greatest sportsmen to have ever lived, and remains today still one of the most recognisable faces on the planet. He brought unprecedented speed and grace to his sport, while his charm and wit changed forever what the public expected from a champion. His accomplishments in the ring remain the stuff of legend, two fights with Sonny Liston, where he proclaimed himself The Greatest, three epic battles with Joe Frazier, the stunning victory over George Foreman in the Rumble in the Jungle, and the dethroning of Leon Spinks to become heavyweight champion for an unprecedented third time, are all covered in this powerful and unforgettable film. But there was always far more to the man than what took place in a boxing ring. Now, several decades after they met as adversaries, ten of the sport's finest fighters tell what it was like to box Muhammad Ali. This brutally honest documentary recounts Ali's incomparable journey as seen through the eyes of those who shared a unique understanding, those who stepped through the ropes to face him. Join these respected fighters as they make an unprecedented contribution to what we already know about the man and in doing so shed fresh perspective onto a period of sporting history where we thought there was nothing new to say.