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This essay is about a video report on When We Were Kings The video is a documentary on Muhammad Ali and his path to greatness To fully understand the essay you would need to have watched the film Even if you hav not watched the movie most of the essay will make resonable sense When We Were Kings Muhammad Alis significance for Spike Lee Spike Lees quote There was a time when if you called a black person African theyd be ready to fight was in fact very true especially at the time of Muhammad Alis triumph Spike Lees descriptions of Muhammad Ali included being handsome articulate funny charismatic and whoopin ass too No Vietcong ever called me nigger is the reason why Muhammad Ali never wanted to be selected to go to Vietnam Since Spike Lee was also a black American Muhammad Ali also meant something This may be the reason why Spike Lee saw Muhammad Ali in this way - he meant something for all black people in the world Muhammad Alis significance for Norman Mailer Norman Mailer thought that Muhammad Ali was afraid of George Foreman which was probably the reason why Muhammad Ali was always trying to convince everyone that he was Scared of what Theres nothin to be scared of Norman Mailer was often very pessimistic and doubtful about Muhammad Alis chances to beat George Foreman in the 1974 Rumble in the Jungle He also thought of Muhammad Ali as a great political leader from the way he spoke to the people of Zaire He said many times how Muhammad Ali would mention how he was going to dance and dance at the fight Norman Mailer saw Muhammad Ali this way because of the way he presented himself whenever there was a camera around to videotape it Muhammad Ali was always going on about his superiority how George Foreman would not have a chance to beat him
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