Steve Bunce's journey through the decade that made the heavyweight championship continues in 1966, as politics and sport begin to trade blows. With American soldiers deployed to Vietnam at an ever-increasing rate, Muhammad Ali turns his back on the US military draft and becomes a conscientious objector. The decision will have serious consequences for Ali's boxing career, and sparks a global debate on civil rights.

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