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This is an extremely rare on-site program from the Nippon Budokan, Tokyo where Muhammad Ali v. Mac Foster took place on April 1, 1972. Nippon Budokan was considered to be a "Holy" place and was very selective on who performed there, the Beatles weren't even wanted there. Fifteen thousand fans watched Ali out box Foster for over fifteen rounds, in the first fight held in Asia between two top-ten ranked heavyweights. This official, Japanese language program is one of the hardest of Ali's career to locate. It's in a huge, oversized format measuring 12 x 16", essentially the size of a poster and features bright vibrant graphics. A few corner creases and slight tear but overall VG. Nice hard to come by Ali memorabilia.
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