Toys of the Seventies, Muhammed Ali Action Doll

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Muhammed Ali action figure. Came dressed in white silk boxing shorts and robe. Red rubber gloves and white (i think) boxing boots, also a white head protection thingie. You stuck some device in his back and made his arms punch. I stupidly sold mine in 1992 in a moving sale to some annoying toy dealer for . He wanted to come in the basement and see if I had any more old toys. I lied and said no because I knew I just made a big mistake.I bet it's worth quite a bit, now.
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Rob Lambert - November 11, 2016 - Report this comment
Mego Toys sold the Muhammad Ali action toy toward the end of 1975. A battery-powered device enabled one to make Mr. Ali box. In 1976, the Muhammad Ali Boxing Ring set came out, selling for about $25. Along with the to-scale ring and an Ali figure, a generic "opponent" figure was included, so kids could have real, simulated matches. The generic figure bore no resemblance to any of Ali's real-life boxing opponents. These became even more popular after Ali's Saturday-morning cartoon series ("I Am the Greatest, the Adventures Of...") premiered on NBC that fall.

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