“Hey Bundini, are we gonna dance? Does anybody hear me? Are we gonna dance? Oh, we’re gonna dance. We’re gonna dance!”
On Wednesday, Oct. 30 1974 in Zaire, a dozen people in Muhammad Ali’s retinue sat in the cold silence of his dressing room, perhaps in a state of foreboding for what was to happen to the icon himself. Nobody expected Muhammad Ali to win. The heavyweight champ George Foreman — the scariest fighter alive — had come to Africa to lay a beating on Ali. It didn’t look good.
So what happened? History. The “Rumble in the Jungle” is the night that Ali became “The Greatest,” and as part of our summer shorts collection we’re throwing back to the most famous fight in boxing’s history!
Officially licensed by Muhammad Ali.
Printed in the USA
Elasticized waistband with drawstring, back and side pockets
Color of actual product may vary from photo
Wash with cold water
Hang to dry
Model is wearing size M
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