by Jonathan Eig
Muhammad Ali called himself “The Greatest,” and many agreed. He was the prettiest, the brashest, the baddest, the fastest, the loudest, the rashest. Now comes the most comprehensive book ever written about the most important athlete in American history. Based on more than 500 interviews with almost all of Ali’s surviving associates, and enhanced by the author’s access to thousands of pages of FBI records and newly discovered Ali interviews, this is the stunning portrait of a man who became a legend.