Vegas Seven

Muhammad Ali

  • Social Influence

    I Am The Greatest Proves Muhammad Ali Was A Righteous Man—With Gloves on and Off

    By Kristen Peterson

    At the 'I Am The Greatest: Muhammad Ali' exhibit at the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art, viewers immediately see two experiences that defined the boxer’s life.

  • Features

    Modern-Day Gladiators

    By David G. Schwartz

    A look at the legendary fight nights Caesars Palace housed over the years.

  • Gossip

    Ali Answers Celebrity Bell

    By Jason Scavone

    Muhammad Ali is undoubtedly the greatest boxer in history, possibly the greatest American athlete ever, and a thoughtful man of dignity and easy grace, even in his more difficult, later years. So is foisting Diddy on his birthday gala any way to treat him? Even money Diddy slipped airplane bottles of Cîroc in the back of Ali’s wheelchair when no one was looking.

  • Features

    Ali in Vegas

    By Sean DeFrank

    On a chilly May night in 1955, Archie Moore defeated Nino Valdez in a 15-round heavyweight fight at the old Cashman Field in downtown Las Vegas. It was not a title fight, though its promoters tried to bill it that way. It was, though, if you take Las Vegas Sun publisher Hank Greenspun’s word for it, the “greatest event for the town since the government started using the area for atom bomb tests.”