When We Were Kings

When We Were Kings
When We Were Kings

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Year

1996

Duration

83 minutes

Genres

Documentary, Sport

Language

English

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Synopsis

Whether or not you're a fan of boxing, chances are you've heard of the legendary Muhammad Ali. After years on top, most sports fans and critics felt Ali was past his prime. When he went to Zaire to fight the much younger heavyweight champion George Forman, the event promised to be a circus... and it was. Dubbed "Rumble in the Jungle," the world's eyes were on Africa for what was to be the bout of the decade.

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PG Classification

Contains mild language and natural nudity

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