Legends of Appalachia:
The Ace Miller Story
1h 32 min | English | Directed by Douglas McDaniel and Blake McKinney
"Legends of Appalachia: The Ace Miller Story," is a Miller-family authorized documentary film, about East Tennessee boxing legend Jerry “Ace” Miller, who coached Big John Tate to the world heavyweight championship title in 1979 in apartheid South Africa, following Muhammad Ali’s retirement.
The film also broadens the lens in exploring Miller’s 40 years of work in developing Golden Gloves in Knoxville, and his legacy to the national Golden Gloves community.