The 4th death anniversary of great Boxer Muhammad Ali is being observed today (June 3). Muhammad Ali born in January 17, 1942.
Muhammad Ali was an American professional boxer, activist, and philanthropist. He is widely regarded as one of the most significant and celebrated sports figures of the 20th century and one of the greatest boxers of all time.
After retiring from boxing in 1981, at age 39, Ali focused on religion and charity. In 1984, he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s syndrome, which some reports attribute to boxing-related injuries. Ali died in Scottsdale in 2016.
Khalilah Ali, a former of the boxing legend said that Muhammad Ali would have supported those marching peacefully in the streets for George Floyd.
“Muhammad would flip his switch,” she said. “He would go off on everybody in here. She maintained, “I know that Ali would retaliate. He would really go off on people and I would love to see him romp and rave over these people hurting people, and burning up our businesses, and hurting people in the streets and burning up police cars. That is uncalled for. Ali would not like that at all.”
Asked how he would like to be remembered, he once said: “As a man who never sold out his people. But if that’s too much, then just a good boxer.
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