Originally Posted by coldcall420
He fought Frank Trigg in an elevator while Dana White stood back and watched.....he held his own in the elevator, true story!
Where did you hear this? Sounds crazy!!!
Although people think Ali was overrated his style truly changed boxing and he did things that changed the SPORT forever. It's just that the things he did in his life outside boxing sometimes overshadow the amazing things he did inside the ring. He was the first heavyweight to stay up on his toes rather than plant his feet. He held a low guard to entice his opponents to come to him in order to counter them, He moved backwards while punching and still generated power. He fought like a middleweight when he was a Big Heavyweight. He fought in a Golden Era and stood out from the rest. Ali might possibly be Underrated.
Oh and Bruce Buffer clearly thinks too much.