1976 February - The Ring Magazine - "Today's Champs Rated Pound For Pound" Muhammad Ali, Carlos Monzon +++

1976 February - The Ring Magazine - "Today's Champs Rated Pound For Pound" Muhammad Ali, Carlos Monzon +++
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Item Description

Date - February 1976

The Ring Magazine

Cover Subjects - Muhammad Ali, Carlos Monzon, Jose Napoles and others

Some of the interior articles, fights and fighters featured or pictured include:

Madison Square Garden Heads Battle To Keep Boxing Alive
Ring Staff Picks Top Reigning Champs on Pound for Pound Basis
Elisha Obed vs. Miguel de Oliveira
Bennie Brisco vs. Eugene Cyclone Hart
Gene Wells vs. Mike Baker
Ray Lunny vs. Eduardo Santiago
Jae Do Yuh vs. Masahiro Misako
Antonio Cervantes vs. Hector Thompson
Ray Lampkin defeats Alejo Jiminez and Gene Prado
Aileen Eaton - Criticizes Ali for passing up Ken Norton
Jack Dempsey vs. Tommy Gibbons - "The Rape of Shelby (Montana)"
Kevin Morgan beats Nick Ortiz
Leo Lomski, Bill Gore and Gus Mell memorial article
Georges Carpentier Memorial article

and much more

Size - About 66 pages.

Condition - About VG/EX condition with general handling wear. Please enlarge scans or photos to see better detail.

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