Boxer Muhammad Ali at Sugar Ray Robinson's Office in Harlem
Cassius Clay (R) with Rudy Clay (L) and Dick Tiger at Sugar Ray Robinson's office in Harlem. Cassius Clay had already won an Olympic gold medal for boxing and amassed a professional record of 18 wins, 15 of them knockouts, when this photograph was taken. Soon after, he changed his name to Muhammad Ali as part of his conversion to Islam.
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