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Professional Boxer Muhammad Ali Passed Away At 74

The World Famous Pro-Professional Boxer“Muhammad Ali is Dead” he died yesterday June 3rd 2016 , after few hours of been rushed to the hospital , read Comments by Fans around the world on the News “Muhammad Ali is Dead” the
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Muhammad Ali
Damn, celebrity deaths don’t always hit me, but this one has. Muhammad Ali was basically my dads hero, so I grew up hearing stories about him and how amazing he was.
Rest in peace Muhammad Ali , and for anyone who doesn’t know much about him I suggest looking him up. He was more than just a boxer


“He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life.” This famous quote by
American professional boxer Muhammad Ali.
I am deeply grieved on the sad demise of Late
Muhammad Ali . May Almighty give the strength and the courage to his family to bear this irreparable loss. May Almighty bless him peace in the heaven.
Muhammad Ali , the legendary boxer who over the course of decades was a symbol of resistance to war, racial struggle, and of the individual standing up to establishment pressure, has died. He was 74.
Muhammad Ali , the eloquent, colorful, controversial and brilliant three-time heavyweight boxing champion who was known as much for his social conscience and staunch opposition to the Vietnam War as for his dazzling boxing skills, died Friday.
RIP

The irony is that on Thursday I had lunch with my mate Tony Vickers and his lovely wife Colleen. In the early sixties Tony was the Australian Heavyweight Champion who fought and lost for the right to take on the then Cassius Clay for the position of “Number One Contender”. Sadly Tony has recently been diagnosed with Parkinson’s.
Muhammad Ali is dead at 74 . The boxing legend was the most charismatic and polarizing sports figure of the 20th century. Saturday, June 4, 2016, Muhammad Ali , the three-time world heavyweight boxing champion who helped define his turbulent times as the most charismatic and controversial sports figure of the 20th century, died on Friday. He was 74 . His death was confirmed by Bob Gunnell , a family spokesman. Ali was the most thrilling if not the best heavyweight ever, carrying into the ring a physically lyrical, unorthodox boxing style that fused speed, agility and power more seamlessly than that of any fighter before him.

Muhammad Ali ! The man! The myth! The legend! The
greatest boxer in the history of the sport. He was a multiple time heavyweight champion and was a great humanitarian outside the ring. A strong fighting spirit and a big heart. Rest in peace Ali the champ will always be here in spirit.
I used to watch Muhammad Ali with my dad when he first began to fight under the name of Cassius Clay back in 1962. He lit up the ring like no other boxer with his charisma, humor and good looks . Eventually, he changed his name to Muhammad Ali, continuing to box until he no longer could. May he RIP.

While the world rightly mourns Muhammad Ali , he was special to the world of professional wrestling. He was the first to truly bring the pro wrestling mentality to the masses. He learned how to promote himself from watching Gorgeous George. All those famous speeches? They had their roots in pro wrestling promos.
He even had the ill-fated fight with Antonio Inoki, a fight that probably damaged both of their careers, but revolutionized boxing , wrestling, and was a forerunner of MMA.
So while the boxing world mourns their own, Ali had a lot of pro wrestler in him. May the champ rest in peace
My heart hurts! Muhammad Ali was one of my childhood heroes. If you grew up in the 70s and didn’t know what this man was about inside and outside of the ring then you didn’t know nothing. Rest easy and know you have transcended life beyond the world of boxing! I still remember being in the 4th grade and my Uncle Earl took carloads full to see Muhammad Ali at his Deer Lake training camp. I remember he jumped rope and talked trash to reporters for 45 minutes. Looking back, I was too young to appreciate it then, but WOW, the magnitude of watching and meeting a childhood hero.
Its always sad to see some one who influenced your life in a postie way pass away. Muhammad Ali is one of those guys. Not only was he the greatest boxer of all time, he is one of the all time great talkers. The man was magic on the mic, and everyone from wrestlers to Hip Hop artists are just cheap rip offs. But I have always respected Ali for standing up for his beliefs. Whether it was race or his beliefs in Islam. I respect the hell out of him for refusing to serve in Vietnam War. True bravery is hard to come by and Ali had it in spades. Much like Bruce Lee,
Muhammad Ali is a cultural icon . And as long as humans are around people will respect and remember him.
My choice for his best fight would be the Rumble in the Jungle, when he defeated George Foreman.
I will also always remember him as special enforcer in the main event at Wrestlemaina 1.
Always remember Ali Bomaye!

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  1. So sad Rip .

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