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Former heavyweight boxing champion Ernie Terrell, best known for his punishing loss to Muhammad Ali in the famed “What’s My Name?” fight in 1967, has died at the age of 75, the Chicago Sun-Times reported on Wednesday.

Terrell, a towering 198-cm boxer with a 208-cm reach, had been suffering from dementia and died at his home in Chicago on Tuesday.

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