Laila Ali 18 Career Boxing Fights On 5 DVDs With Motion Menus
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                         LAILA ALI 18 fights on 5 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Laila Ali vs Bill
Laila Ali vs King
Laila Ali vs Jones
Laila Ali vs Lenhart
Laila Ali vs Robinson
Laila Ali vs Frazier Lyde
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LAILA ALI 18  fights on 5 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 5
Laila Ali: Daddy's Girl
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Laila Ali vs Taylor
Laila Ali vs Mahfood I
Laila Ali vs Almager
Laila Ali vs Mahfood II
Laila Ali vs Martin
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Laila Ali vs Epilon
Laila Ali vs Nunez
Laila Ali vs O'Neil
Laila Ali vs Geigger
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Laila Ali vs Toughill
Laila Ali vs Sandell
Laila Ali vs Burton
Laila Amaria Ali (born December 30, 1977) is a retired undefeated American professional boxer. She is the daughter of retired heavyweight boxing legend Muhammad Ali with his third wife, Veronica Ali. Laila is the eighth of her father's nine children and his youngest daughter.
Early life
Laila Ali, was born December 30, 1977, in Miami Beach, Florida, the daughter of boxer Muhammad Ali and his third wife, Veronica Ali. Ali was a manicurist at age 16. She graduated from California's Santa Monica College with a business degree. She owned her own nail salon before she began boxing. 
Boxing Career
Ali began boxing when she was 18 years old, after having first noticed women's boxing when watching a Christy Martin fight. She first publicized her decision to become a porfessional boxer in a Good Morning America interview with Diane Sawyer. When she first told her father, Muhammad Ali, that she was planning to box professionally, he was unhappy about her entering such a dangerous profession. However Laila assured him she would be fighting women, not men, and she had his genetics.
In her first match, on October 8, 1999, the 5' 10", 166 lbs, 21 year old Ali boxed April Fowler of Michigan City, Indiana. They fought at the Turning Stone Resort & Casino on the Oneida Indian Nation in Verona, New York. Although this was Ali's first match, many journalists and fans attended, largely because she was Muhammad Ali's daughter. Attention to Ali's ring debut was further boosted because it occurred on the eve of what was supposed to be the first male-female professional bout ever to be sanctioned by a US state boxing commission, later ruled an exhibition. As explains: "The near-alignment of the two events focused more attention on female professional boxing that there had been since Christy Martin's 1996 pay-per-view fight with Deirdre Gogarty." Ali knocked out April Fowler - described by as an "out-of-shape novice" - in the first round.
Ali also won her second match by a TKO with only 3 seconds left on the clock. In that match her opponent was 5' 4" Shadina Pennybaker, from Pittsburgh, who was making a pro debut after earning a 2-1 record as an amateur. They fought at the Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack and Resort in Chester, West Virginia.
Ali captured eight wins in a row and many boxing fans expressed a desire to see her square off in a boxing ring with George Foreman's daughter, Freeda Foreman or Joe Frazier's daughter, Jackie Frazier-Lyde. On the evening of June 8, 2001, Ali and Frazier finally met. The fight was nicknamed Ali/Frazier IV in allusion to their fathers' famous fight trilogy. Ali won by a majority judges' decision in eight rounds. This match by Ali and Frazier was the first main event pay per view match between two women.
After a year's hiatus, on June 7, 2002 Ali beat Shirvelle Williams in a six round decision.
She won the IBA title with a second round knockout of Suzette Taylor on August 17, 2002 in Las Vegas.
On November 8, she retained that title and unified the crown by adding the WIBA and IWBF belts with an eight round TKO win over her division's other world champion, Valerie Mahfood, in Las Vegas. Ali stopped a bloodied Mahfood in eight rounds.
On August 23, 2003, ali fought her original inspiration, Christy Martin, beating Martin by a knockout in four rounds.
On July 17, 2004, Ali retained her world title, knocking out Nikki Eplion in four rounds.
On July 30, 2004, she stopped Monica Nunez in nine rounds, in her father's native city of Louisville, Kentucky. This fight was part of the undercard for the fight in which Mike Tyson was surprisingly knocked out by fringe contender Danny Williams.