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#22: CAMPY'S CORNER
1960-05-14, WPIX, 23 min.
Roy Campanella, Chris Schenkel, Roger Maris, Al Kaline, Jack E. Leonard

Roy Campanella and co-host Chris Schenkel chat with comedian Jack E. Leonard and newly acquired New York Yankee Roger Maris and Detroit Tiger great Al Kaline. This "lost" television broadcast contains the earliest known interview with Maris as a N.Y. Yankee.
#270: A 1960'S RADIO BROADCAST ADDITION: THE FLOYD PATTERSON VS. SONNY LISTON FIRST WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT
1962-09-25, WABC, 65 min.
Chris Schenkel, Floyd Patterson, Howard Cosell, Rocky Marciano, Gene Fullmer, Joe Louis, Mickey Allen, Sonny Liston, Barney Ross, James Braddock, Jack Drees

Howard Cosell and Rocky Marciano broadcast live radio network boxing coverage. Pre-fight interviews with Sonny Liston, Barney Ross, Joe Louis, James Braddock, Gene Fullmer and Floyd Patterson. Predictions are heard on the outcome of the fight from many sports columnists at ring side in Comiskey Park in Chicago. Jack Drees calls the fight round by round. Mickey Allen sings the National Anthem prior to the 2 minutes, 6 seconds first round knockout of Patterson by the new Heavyweight Champion, Sonny Liston. Post-fight comments from all, including Floyd Patterson's mother. There is a TRIG Deodorant commercial by Chris Schenkel and from Liston's dressing room, Sonny comments regarding a return match.             
#13895: MACY'S THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE, 36TH ANNUAL, THE
1962-11-22, NBC, 5 min.
Chris Schenkel, Bud Palmer, Bill McCord

The 36th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City, one of the world's largest parades, is presented by the U.S. based department store chain Macy's.The parade started in 1924,tying it for the second-oldest Thanksgiving parade in the United States with America's Thanksgiving Parade in Detroit (with both parades being four years younger than Philadelphia's Thanksgiving Day Parade). The two-hour parade is held in Manhattan from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on Thanksgiving Day, and has been televised nationally on NBC since 1952. Employees at Macy's department stores have the option of marching in the parade


The 35th Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade from Central Park to Herald Square in New York City. 

Hosts: Bud Palmer and Chris Schenkel

Only the final 5 minutes of the parade was recorded, including the appearance of Santa Claus. We hear end credits and names of the sponsors of the parade by announcer Bill McCord, who was the announcer of the NBC TV Thanksgiving Day Parade for 21 consecutive years (1958-1978). 
Sign off. 


  It should come as no surprise that many of the telecasts from the 1950s thru the early 1970's are lost, or not known to presently exist in any broadcast form, and only one pre-1980 parade exists in full. One archived segment of the November 22, 1973 NBC MACY's THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE resides at The Paley Center for Media, and a segment of the November 26, 1959 CBS coverage of the THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE is archived at The Paley Center for Media. Not one pre-1980 TV Thanksgiving Day Parade is archived by The Library of Congress or by UCLA Film & Television Archive. 
  Network broadcast Kinescopes and Video were either discarded, wiped, or never recorded.  Video recording software (3/4" U-Matic) was first released to the Public at great cost in 1971, and the Betamax (1975) and JVC VHS (1976) gave the public a means to record television broadcasts off the air, but, to date, it seems nobody at home elected to record a complete parade and kept it making the 1971-1979 parades more likely to be found possibly only as clips than the 1952-1971 parades. Certain footage from old telecasts has been shown in anniversary specials, showing that some still exist. Bootleg copies circa 1980 to the present have been posted on You Tube...most all playback reflecting poor to fair quality till the 2000's. 

During the first television years, the parade went through changes. Many of the parade's most iconic balloons were introduced in this period, such as Popeye, Bullwinkle, the Happy Dragon, Underdog, Smokey Bear, Linus the Lionhearted, Sinclair's Dino, and the first two Snoopy balloons. The toy float concept was introduced in the 1960s, with a turkey-shaped one, introduced in 1973, eventually becoming parade mascot Tom Turkey.

A few notable lost parades include the 1956 parade (when Mighty Mouse crashed at Herald Square), 1965 (the debut of Underdog), and 1971 (when all the balloons had to be removed due to bad weather).

Hosts: Chris Schenkel, Bill McCord, and Bud Palmer. 
   
    Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade (partially found NBC broadcasts of parade; 1953-1980)

The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is an annual event held in New York City every Thanksgiving Day. The Parade was founded in 1924 as a Christmas pageant by Macy's immigrant employees who wanted to celebrate the holiday, akin to parades held for special occasions in Europe. The Parade is perhaps best known for its iconic helium balloons that depict characters from pop culture such as cartoon characters, brand mascots, and original Macy's characters.
History |
Since 1953, NBC has held the telecast rights to the Parade prior to this, CBS broadcasted the Parade. NBC's broadcast of the Parade traditionally lasts three hours, with the first hour dedicated to performances by Broadway musicals and the Parade progressing to the finish line. The other two hours consist of the Parade itself, which features giant balloons, floats, cultural performances, celebrity appearances, and musical/talent ensembles. The Parade ends with Santa Claus riding on his own float, signaling the unofficial arrival of the holiday season.
Hosts of the NBC telecast have included such personalities as Lorne Greene, Betty White (from 1963 to 1972), Kent McCord, Martin Milner (1973), Ed McMahon (from 1974 to 1981), Helen Reddy (1975), Bryant Gumbel (from 1977 to 1980 and 1982 to 1984).
Availability |
Out of the 28 Parade broadcasts that aired on NBC between 1953 and 1980, only three of them have surfaced in full. Video recording equipment was not readily available to the general public until 1971, meaning the 1953-1970 broadcasts have a lower chance of being found than the 1971-1980 broadcasts. Clips from various pre-1980 telecasts have been used in Parade anniversary specials produced by NBC, meaning at least parts of the broadcasts remain in the NBC archives.
Notably lost parades include the 1956 Parade (when all balloons succumbed to blustery winds, with Mighty Mouse crashing in front of NBC cameras), 1960 (the debut of the Happy Dragon, Macy's longest-running singular balloon to date) and 1971 (when all the balloons had to be removed due to heavy winds and rain).

List of Parades |
#	Year	Status	Notes
01	1953	Lost	
02	1954	Lost	
03	1955	Lost	
04	1956	Lost	
05	1957	Lost	
06	1958	Partially Found	Clips of the Spaceman balloon 
                                                        exist.
07	1959	Found	
08	1960	Lost	
09	1961	Partially Found	A clip of one of the Marching 
                                                        Bands exist online.
10	1962	Partially Found	Footage of Donald Duck was 
                                                        used as part of a special in 2011 
                                                        and footage of Bullwinkle was 
                                                        used in 2016. Audio of the ending 
                                                        exists.

11	1963	Partially Found	Footage of the start was used as 
                                                        part of a special in 2011.
12	1964	Partially Found	
13	1965	Partially Found	Footage of the Dino balloon and 
                                                        the Monroe Girls Corp exist 
                                                        online and can be viewed on 
                                                        YouTube and Facebook 
                                                        respectively.

14	1966	                                Audio Exists
                        

15	1967	Partially Found	Audio of the Carlisle High School 
                                                        Marching Band and the first few 
                                                        seconds of The Happening's 
                                                        performance on the "Rock Candy 
                                                        Mountain" float exists on 
                                                        YouTube.
16	1968	Lost	
17	1969	Partially Found	Footage of the Broadway cast of 
                                                       Jimmy Performing exists, as does 
                                                       audio.

18	1970	Partially Found	Stills of Dino and Donald Duck 
                                                        exist.
19	1971	Partially Found	
20	1972	Partially Found	Audio exists. 

21	1973	Partially Found	Audio exists.

22	1974	Partially Found	
23	1975	Partially Found	Audio of the Christian County 
                                                        High School Band exists on 
                                                        YouTube.
24	1976	Found	
25	1977	Partially Found	
26	1978	Partially Found	CBS' unofficial airing of the 
                                                        Parade is found; however, NBC's 
                                                        broadcast remains lost.
27	1979	Partially Found	
28	1980	Partially Lost	        The majority of the 1980 Parade is 
                                                         found, with approximately 30 
                                                         minutes missing.
Surviving Videos:
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The 1959 Parade, the oldest surviving parade in full.
The 1976 Parade, the 2nd oldest surviving parade in full.
Parts of the 1972 Parade.
The intro, band performances and Santa Claus from the 1979 Parade.
Wrangler Belles performance from the 1971 parade.
Wrangler Belles performance from the 1973 parade.
Wrangler Belles performance from the 1977 parade and longer introduction to the 1977 Parade.
The Broadway Cast of Jimmy Performing "The Mayor of New York" in 1969.
Diana Ross's famous appearance in 1979.
Sinclair's Dino in the 1965 Parade.
The Village People performance in 1978.
Tom Turkey, known in 1974 as the Toy Turkey, makes his second appearance.
The Patriot Band performance in 1978.
The Independence High School 76th Cavalry Band in 1978.
The Salem High School Marching Band performance and Santa Claus in 1977.
Mason Reese performance in 1975.
The Dover High School Tornado Band performance in 1972.
The Ohio Youth Choir in 1975
Audio of the Christian County High School Marching Colonels performance in 1975.
The Spring Branch Sr. High School Marching Band performance in 1974.
The Spring Branch Bruin Brigade performance in 1974.
Audio of the Carlisle High School Marching Band performance in 1967.
Short silent clips of the 1966 Parade.
                                                                                                                                                                         
#580: 1963 NFL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: CHICAGO BEARS VS. N.Y. GIANTS, THE
1963-12-29, WNBC, 8 min.
Jack Brickhouse, Chris Schenkel, George Allen, Davy Whitsell, Bill Wade, George Halas, Bill Haniller, Larry Morris, Ritchie Petitbon, George Connor, Doug Atkins

In the broadcasting booth, Jack Brickhouse and Chris Schenkel wrap up the Chicago Bears sixth NFL Championship Victory (Final score Bears 14, Giants 10). George Connor, from the victorious Bears dressing room, interviews Doug Atkins, defensive coach George Allen, Davy Whitsell, Ritchie Petitbon, Larry Morris, Bill Wade, Bill Haniller and coach George Halas. All chorus in for a victory song.
#16989: BELMONT STAKES, THE
1964-06-06, CBS, min.
Jack Drees, Chris Schenkel, Manuel Ycaza, Jack Whitaker

The 1964 Belmont Stakes run at Aqueduct Racetrack in Ozone Park, NY. The race was won by Quadrangle with Manuel Ycaza aboard. Jack Whitaker makes the trophy presentation.

Chris Schenkel and Jack Drees report.                                      
#19507A: WABC RADIO NEWS
1965-11-22, WABC, 124 min.
Muhammad Ali, Bruce Morrow, Howard Cosell, Bill Moyers, Cassius Clay, Rocky Marciano, Chris Schenkel, Alex Drier, Tom Harmon, Floyd Patterson, Phil Pepe, Andy Granatelli, Steve McQueen

A look at tonight's title fight with Floyd Patterson vs. Champion Muhammad Ali. Tom Harmon plugs his sports news on WABC radio. News reports: Vietnam, Laos, NATO nuclear weapons reported by Bill Moyers. Join "Cousin Brucie" show. Song "one, two, three" is heard. Bruce Morrow sign off and fight coverage begins. Howard Cosell with pre-fight program. Sports writers predict who will win fight. 9-3  in favor of Ali. Press remains favoring Ali 3-1. Commercial, Alex Drier promotes new Steve McQueen film,  "The Cincinnati Kid."  Switch to ringside with Rocky Marciano joining Chris Schenkel and Howard Cosell.  
STP commercial with Andy Granatelli, followed by Colt 45 Malt  Liquor and Mercury autos for 1966. Fight begins. Ali wins by 12th round TKO. Ali is interviewed after the fight by Howard Cosell. Marciano, Cosell, and Schenkel review the fight. Marciano feels Patterson should now retire. Cosell interviews Phil Pepe who doesn't feel Patterson can fight again. Chris Schenkel praises Patterson as a boxer. Ali's trainer is interviewed. Wrap up. 
                                          
#9171: PORTRAIT OF WILLIE MAYS
1967-04-07, ABC, 60 min.
Don Drysdale, Chris Schenkel, Willie Mays, Sandy Koufax, Roberto Clemente, Herman Franks, Juan Marichal, Richie Allen

An in-depth look at the superstar Giant centerfielder and the 1966 pennant race between the Pirates, Giants, and Dodgers. 

Narrated by Chris Schenkel.                       
#9901: WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES 1968, THE
1968-02-06, ABC, min.
Chris Schenkel, Jim McKay

Live opening and closing coverage of the 1968 Winter Olympics Games from Grenoble, France. Coverage begins on February 6th, 1968 and includes February 7th, 11th, 13th, 14th, and concludes on February 18th, 1968.

Hosted by Jim McKay and Chris Schenkel.             
#9348: SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES: 1968 THE
1968-10-12, ABC, min.
Chris Schenkel

Live coverage of the 1968 Summer Olympic Games from Mexico City, Mexico. Coverage of October 12th, 13th, and 14th, 1968. Chris Schenkel reports.                                     
#9350: SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES: 1968 THE
1968-10-18, ABC, min.
Chris Schenkel

Continuing live coverage of the 1968 Summer Olympic games from Mexico City, Mexico. Includes coverage of October 18th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 25th, and 26th, 1968. Chris Schenkel reports,             
#9349: SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES: 1968 THE
1968-10-26, ABC, min.
Chris Schenkel

Continuing live coverage and closing ceremonies of the 1968 Summer Olympic Games in Mexico City, Mexico. Chris Schenkel reports.
Includes coverage of October 26th and 27th, 1968.                        
#9212: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE: PBA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP, THE
1970-10-24, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Billy Welu, Mike McGrath, Dave Davis, Larry Lichstein, George Pappas, Johnny Petraglia

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

The 11th Annual National Bowling Championship is broadcast from the Garden City Bowl in Garden City, NY. Mike McGrath defeated Dave Davis 226-222 in the final match to win the $7500.00 first prize. Chris Schenkel and Billy Welu report.                                      
#6387: PRO-BOWLERS TOUR
1976-01-03, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Nelson Burton Jr., Johnny Guenther

From Bowling Square, Arcadia, California - the first of sixteen stops competition. Johnny Guenther wins the championship in the $75,000 open bowling tournament. Guenther's prize is $8,000. Chris Schenkel & Nelson Burton Jr. are commentators.
#9211: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE
1976-01-24, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Nelson Burton Jr.

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

From Denver Colorado the $65,000 Denver Open. Chris Schenkel and Nelson Burton Jr. are the hosts.                          
#9213: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE: AMF PRO CLASSIC, THE
1976-02-21, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Nelson Burton Jr., Dick Weber, Earl Anthony, Warner Wolf, Dave Diles

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

The AMF Pro Classic from the Garden City Bowl in Garden City, NY. Dick Weber defeats Earl Anthony in the final match of the $100,000 tournament winning his 25th career title, untieing him with Don Johnson.

                                      
#9214: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE: MIDAS OPEN, THE
1976-02-28, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Nelson Burton Jr., Earl Anthony, Johnny Petraglia

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

The $100,000 Midas Open from the Bradley Bowl in Windsor Locks, Conn. Earl Anthony defeated Johnny Petraglia 236-214 for his 21st career win and $14,000 first prize.                                     
#9215: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE: NEW ORLEANS LIONS OPEN, THE
1976-03-13, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Nelson Burton Jr., Don McCune, Louie Moore

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

Louie Moore defeated Don McCune 218-202 in the final match to capture the title of the New Orleans Lions Open.                                    
#9216: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE: BPAA US OPEN, THE
1976-03-20, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Nelson Burton Jr., Paul Moser, Jim Frazier

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

Paul Moser defeats Jim Frazier 226-195 to win the BPAA US Open from the Forum Bowl in Grand Prairie, Texas.

                                      
#9217: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE: ROLAIDS OPEN, THE
1976-03-27, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Nelson Burton Jr., Dick Weber, Mark Roth, Larry Laub

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

Mark Roth defeated Larry Laub 235-202 in the final match to capture the $14,000 first prize in the 100,000 Rolaids Open
from the Dick Weber Lanes in Florissant, Missouri.                                     
#9218: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE: MILLER HIGH LIFE OPEN, THE
1976-04-03, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Nelson Burton Jr., Dave Soutar, Lea Schissler

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

The $80,000 Miller High Life Open from Red Carpet Celebrity Lanes in Milwaukee Wisconsin. Dave Soutar defeats Lea Schissler 207-206 in the final match capturing the $10,000 first prize. 

                                    
#8400: KENTUCKY DERBY, THE 102ND RUNNING
1976-05-01, ABC, 120 min.
Chris Schenkel, Howard Cosell, John Wayne, Telly Savalas, Jim McKay, Angel Cordero

The 102nd running of the Kentucky Derby is telecast live from Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky. Bold Forbes is the winner of the first leg of thoroughbred racing's triple crown.

Hosted by Jim McKay and Chris Schenkel        
#9219: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE: LITE CLASSIC, THE
1977-01-08, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Nelson Burton Jr., Earl Anthony, Marshall Holman, Keith Kraykraft, Ferrell Hinkle, Les Zikes

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

The $80,000 Lite Classic from the Gable House Bowl in Torrance, Calif. Earl Anthony defeated Marshall Holman 258-202 in the final match to capture the $10,000 first prize. 

                                     
#9220: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE SHOWBOAT INVITATIONAL, THE
1977-01-22, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Nelson Burton Jr., Dick Weber, Earl Anthony, Mark Roth

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

The $100,000 Showboat Invitational from Las Vegas, Nevada. Mark Roth defeated Earl Anthony 237-211 in the final match to capture the $14,000 top prize. 

                                   
#9223: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE: $75,000 MURIEL CIGAR OPEN, THE
1977-03-19, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Nelson Burton Jr., Roy Buckley, Jimmy Certain

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

Roy Buckley captures the $8,000 first prize defeating Jimmy Certain 227-193 in the first Annual $75,000 Muriel Cigar Open
from Buckeye Lanes in Cleveland, Ohio.                                      
#9224: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE: FIRESTONE TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS, THE
1977-04-23, ABC, 80 min.
Chris Schenkel, Nelson Burton Jr., Mike Berlin, Mike Durbin

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

Mike Berlin defeated Mike Durbin 221-205 to capture the $25,000 first prize in the $125,000 Firestone Tournament Of Champions in Akron, Ohio. 

                                                   
#7771: BOXING SPECIAL
1977-05-17, ABC, 85 min.
Chris Schenkel, Howard Cosell, Muhammad Ali, Alfredo Evangelista

Muhammad Ali defends his heavyweight boxing championship vs. Alfredo Evangelista. Ali successfully defends his crown by scoring a 15 round unanimous decision. Howard Cosell and Chris Schenkel are the commentators.          
#18256: HEAVYWEIGHT BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP: MUHAMMAD ALI VS. LEON SPINKS
1978-09-15, ABC, min.
Muhammad Ali, Howard Cosell, Jerry Quarry, Chris Schenkel, Keith Jackson, Leon Spinks, Jim Lampley, Al Michaels, Al Trautwig, Alex Wallau, Don Chevrier, Dan Dierdorf

Former heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali meets Leon Spinks for the second time in his career at the New Orleans Superdome. Ali, who lost his title to Spinks on February 15th, 1978, came back in this fight to regain the heavyweight championship for the third time in his career, via a unanimous decision. He became the first boxer to win the heavyweight title three times. Ali retired after this fight only to come out of retirement for a brief comeback two years later.  

                                              
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