"Ali Invents the Double-Clutch Shuffle", LIFE Magazine study, December 1966: Muhammad Ali, ready for battle on the eve of his title defence against Ernie Terrell, demonstrates his characteristic footwork, which he called double-clutch, in this multiple exposure sequence devised by Neil Leifer. A few months earlier, the champion unveiled this new move from his repertoire at the Tonight Show, where he whispered to Johnny Carson: "I have a secret weapon. I'm going to call it a double-clutch shuffle". "It was like I wasn't in front of a camera with an audience watching," says Leifer. An unmistakable element of her repertoire, this footwork would be called Ali Shuffle.
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