On 30 October 1974, in the incredible setting of Kinshasa, Zaire, the historic event that became known as 'The Rumble In The Jungle' unfolded to a disbelieving audience in the Twentieth Of May Stadium on closed circuit screens around the world. This was the night that Muhammed Ali cemented his legend as The Greatest with a sensational eighth round knockout of the supposedly invincible world heavyweight champion, George Foreman. Watch a sporting miracle unfold as Ali plays Rope-A-Dope with Foreman and then pulls of the most amazing triumph of his long career.
Also in ALI: SKILL, BRAINS AND GUTS, witness the rise of Ali, from his debut in his home city of Louisville, Kentucky, through sensational scraps with ring legends Archie Moore and Henry Cooper, to his heavyweight title triumph over Sonny Liston in 1964. From there witness marvellous footage in and out of the ring of his defences of the championship, his three-year ring exile and his subsequent ring rivalry with Smokin' Joe Frazier in the early 1970's, and his Battle of the Broken Jaw war with another of his greatest rivals, the former US marine, Ken Norton.