At the Davinci Gallery in Coral Gables recently, Dr. Ferdie Pacheco -- the Fight Doctor, Muhammad Ali's physician for the good part of the champ's career, and then boxing's best analyst at NBC and Showtime -- had seized an old patron by the elbow. Ferdie looked bespoken in a black blazer and black band-collar shirt, gray flannel slacks and a pair of those pricey-looking dress sandals you mostly wear sockless, like Don Johnson did. He was energetically relating the history of his Rudy Giuliani portrait, along with his portentous painting of President Bush, the main events of his... More >>>