It was December 10, 1976, and Dan Dry was just starting his career as an Intern at the Courier-Journal and Louisville Times. Muhammad Ali was boxing in an Exhibition fight at Trinity High School against a then unknown boxer named Greg Page. In the locker room, Dan watched as Ali took a roll of hand tape and made his way alone into the men's restroom. Dan waited three minutes before knocking on the the door. "Champ, can I come in?" He answered, "Yes" and Dan entered the tiny room. Ali stood alone taping his hands (as he had done thousands of times before). Dan squeezed off 4 frames on his Nikon film camera, said "Thanks" and left. It was far too much of a private moment to continue to intrude. Tonight Dan shared, "I have documented so many amazing moments in my career. This one will always be tattooed in my mind." Rest in peace, Champ.