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Muhammad Ali / Cassius Clay Rope a Dope personal exerciser without box
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Muhammad Ali / Cassius Clay Rope a Dope personal exerciser without box
Muhammad Ali / Cassius Clay Rope a Dope personal exerciser without box
Muhammad Ali / Cassius Clay Rope a Dope personal exerciser without box

Muhammad Ali / Cassius Clay Rope a Dope personal exerciser without box

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Boy, does this have the right name for it. Just look who's plugging it.
*Read it as 'The Louisville Lip" himself would brag about it *
"The Rope a Dope ain't no joke" says the poet laureate, Cassius Clay, uh, Muhammad Ali. Why just listen to the personal testamonial from Cassius..."Because of all the traveling I do, I find it impossible to get to the gym to work out just anytime. I rely on my Personal Exerciser, the 'Rope-a-Dope", to keep me in good shape. It really works. Just follow the instructions, use it everyday for 3 minutes, or more if you like, and it will benefit you tremendously. And ladies, you'll like it too!" (don't know if there is a place for batteries, ...maybe it's just manual). You don't think there was a ghost writer on this, do you? BUT WAIT,.....there's more!!, "Everyone asks me, Cassius,....uh, Muhammad Ali, how in the world can you take all those devastating blows to the body when you go into your "Rope-a-Dope" strategy?" The answer is this; "My Personal Exerciser, the "Rope-a-Dope", keeps my body in such good condition that I just let my opponent punch himself out (I have never seen any opponent of his, punch themselves out). And then I conquer." (Yeah, sounds like a personal testamonial to me). So, listen to "The Louisville Lip", buy this thin a$$ rolling pin, shamelessly touted on T.V. commercials in the 70's to have you believe that yes, even you, can be like Cassius,...uh, Muhammad. It could have many uses, why use it as a mini bat to ward off attackers, make biscuits with it, use it as a window prop to let that cool breeze in, keep it in the privacy of your boudoir, ladies . Shoot, I don't care what you use it for, just buy it.
The intricate and precise instructions are clearly written / shown on the top of the box,...make sure to follow them exactly. Can't say by using this product, that you'll have the opportunity to lose,...not throw the Olympic medallion in the Ohio river, or dodge the draft, like ol' big mouth shakey did (facts)...but just maybe, you can delude yourself , (and everyone within earshot) with shameless self promotion into believing that, you are indeed "The Greatest" and better than anyone else. Most, have no problem believing in that sad tripe, you hear it often enough, many people begin to believe some of it, one of them. Myself, I share the same opinion that 'Smokin' Joe Fraiser did, till his dying breath. Bless his heart.
There are two "Rope- a -Dopes'', the first one bought will have the box with it, it looks new, probably wasn't ever used, truth be told. The second wasn't ever used but a couple of times until the purchaser got wise to the hype. the second is without a box, or instructions, so you'll just have to knead that dough the best you can. Actually, it's not all that difficult, just roll it on your gut, legs, wherever you feel like deluding yourself. The box has some wear, one end is missing the end closure tab. Hey, whadday want, wasn't mine, I just sell this stuff.
see photos, you decide.
Sold as is / shown
no warranty implied,'re on your own with this one.
No guarantee on its effectivness of turning you into a 'champ', ...odds are pretty good, it will not.
*There is only one left, and it does not have the box with it, box included*
no return
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