Muhammad Ali vs. Cleveland Williams from the Astrodome in Houston, Texas. There are pre-fight comments from Bill Stern, Les Keiter, Ernie Terrell, Cassius Clay (Muhammad Ali), Cleveland Williams, and NY Daily News sportswriter Gene Ward. Ali wins via a third round TKO.
Broadcast on the Radio Mutual Broadcast System this Heavyweight Championship fight is considered at the time the largest viewed indoor boxing match in history.
The broadcast, called "CHAMPIONSIP '66" sponsored by STP (commercials are included) opens with Bill Stern describing a run down of both fighters. There are pre-fight interviews with Ali who describes how he will be fighting Williams, mentioning that he will have to be cautious with Cleveland for it is possible for him to knock him out.
Williams, who was recently shot by a police officer in a traffic dispute states that he has given that offer tickets to tonight's championship match. Describing Muhammad Ali, Cleveland Williams states that there is always someone superior to him and comments on Ali's "shuffle" in the ring.
Van Patrick and Les Keiter get pre fight predictions from numerous attendees at the Astrodome, including Joe Louis who picks Ali to KO Williams in one or two rounds.
Andy Robustelli is interviewed, as well as Red Smith.
Introductions of both fighters in the ring. The entire fight is heard, as well as post fight interviews. Bill Stern gives his evaluation of Muhammad Ali. Referee Harry Kessler who stopped the fight in the third round is interviewed.
Cleveland Williams and Muhammad Ali interviewed as well as Ernie Terrell by Les Keiter who states he will KO Ali.