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There is a lot of lip service this week to the man we used to call “The Louisville Lip.”
You most likely know him as Muhammad Ali, arguably the greatest boxer in history and unquestionably the most colorful ambassador our state and city – and probably country – ever has had.
Many of us, however, still think of him as Cassius Clay, a lanky kid who 50 years ago this week made boxing a topic of true interest in Kentucky by establishing himself not only a powerful and poetic pugilist but also as a Titanic, untenable touchstone for everyone.
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