Muhammad Ali’s Trainer Dies

    File - In this May 10, 1966, file photo, World Heavyweight Boxing champion Muhammad Ali, right, looks on as his hands are taped by trainer Angelo Dundee, left, before sparing with Jimmy Ellis during a training session at the Territorial Army Centre in White City, London, England. Dundee, the trainer who helped groom Ali and Sugar Ray Leonard into world champions and became one of boxing's most recognizable figures, died Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2012. He was 90. (AP Photo/Kemp, File)

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    Angelo Dundee, one of boxing’s most legendary trainers who trained Muhammad Ali and Sugar Ray Leonard, died at the age of 90 of natural causes. He was hired as Ali's trainer and cornerman in 1960, when Ali was still called Cassius Clay, and stuck with him through his fights with George Foreman and Joe Frazier, and he stepped in to stop the fight Ali lost to Larry Holmes.

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