Rumble in the Jungle: 40 years on

Muhammad Ali and George Foreman's historic fight in Kinshasa, 40-years-ago, continues to inspire boxers today.

    It's 40 years since Boxing heavyweights Muhammad Ali and George Foreman fought in what was dubbed the 'Fight of the Century'.

    Most of boxers weren't even alive when the Rumble in the Jungle took place, but the bout is still inspiring a young cadre of fighters to step into the squared circle.

    Al Jazeera's Lee Wellings reports from London.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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