Muhammad Ali owes $12,907 for not signing enough autographs. A judge ruled Tuesday that the former heavyweight champ broke his promise to to William E. Daniels of Zionsville, Ind., who organized a sports show in Cincinnati in 1988 where Ali was to sign autographs for $35 each. After an initial appearance, Daniels asked Ali to sign 150 posters and 250 photographs for a customer, but Ali quit after 106 posters, claiming to be tired. The judge based the judgment on the worth of Ali's signature in 1988 and ordered that Ali pay court costs and the $660 that Daniels had to reimburse the original owner of the posters and pictures.
ALI IS ORDERED TO PAY $12,907
By Deseret News