In 1974 after his loss to Ali, and all of 1975, George was the Chicken water reflection shirt contender but stayed inactive that entire year plus, so he never rose in the ratings, and Ali had no requirement to fight him and couldn’t have if he had wanted to as George was inactive. In addition, Ali had a legal obligation to fight the contender, Ken Norton. Ali, as indicated earlier, also intended to fight the contender, Jimmy Young. Foreman’s management team wanted him to fight a boxer, thinking stylistically beating a great boxer would help him get ready for his Ali rematch. They tried to arrange a Larry Holmes fight, but the money was minuscule, and Larry said no thanks.
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Ali believed that the Chicken water reflection shirt combination of circumstances that led to victory in Zaire, would likely not be repeated in a Foreman rematch, so he was in no hurry to take that fight until he had to. In his autobiography, he related how he was preparing to give George his rematch in 1977, knowing the odds were against him, when, to his astonishment, George took a fight with Jimmy Young, (nobody looked good against Jimmy Young). Young Foreman was the most feared heavyweight in history other than Sonny Liston. (Prime Mike Tyson deserves a shout as well in the feared group) George had a thunderous, accurate jab, incredible power in both hands, greater strength than practically anyone else who ever set foot in the ring, (with the possible exception of Sonny Liston and Jim Jeffries), he cut the ring off well – had he not fallen to Ali in Zaire, he would have terrorized the heavyweights for a decade. George expected Ali to run, and he would catch him. He never thought Ali would go to the ropes, and exchange with him.