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Wali Muhammad (the former Walter Youngblood)was born in Louisiana in 1927. He lived in Harlem for most of his adult life. From 1948 through 1964, Wali Muhammad was frequently in the employ of Sugar Ray Robinson, watching over his boxing equipment and serving as a personal aide. He was also an assistant minister to Malcolm X at the Nation of Islam mosque in Harlem. And he spent time at Sugar Ray’s Café, which was a magnet for the entertainment elite. Wali (formerly known as Walter Youngblood or “Blood”) was one of the people who worked behind the scenes in Muhammad Ali’s training camp. He was also in Ali’s corner from the first Ali-Frazier fight on. He was with Ali for all the Frazier fights, Foreman, Spinks and the bad fights against Holmes and Berbick. Wali Muhammad passed away in 2012. Offered here is a signed affidavit from 1987 which is signed by Wali Muhammad.
This is an original 3 page affidavit which has been twice signed by Wali Muhammad and which is witnessed by a notary. Includes original folds. No tears. Clean front and back. Edge wear. 8 1/2" x 11."

Size: 8 1/2 x 11

Condition: very good