Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali

eBook - 2005
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Mention the name Muhammad Ali and people the world over will know exactly who you're talking about. The former heavyweight champion is one of the most recognized and beloved sports figures of the past century. In the ring, he made an impact with his powerful fists and lightning quick feet. Outside the ring, he earned a reputation as a good-natured, free-spoken personality who liked to make up poems about how he planned to beat his next opponent. Yet Muhammad Ali was much more than a boxer and a braggart. He emerged during the tumultuous 60s as a man with strong spiritual convictions and an unwavering belief in the importance of the Civil Rights movement. Today he continues to support charitable causes and peace efforts even as he fights a new and more daunting opponent-a debilitating syndrome that has impaired his speech and motor control. Though he can no longer ``dance like a butterfly'' or ``sting like a bee,'' to sports lovers everywhere, he is still ``the greatest.'' Get to know a true legend.
Publisher: New York : Little, Brown and Co., c2005.
ISBN: 9780316094023
Branch Call Number: Downloadable Ebook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: Christopher, Matt
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Mar 27, 2019

Muhammad Ali was born Cassius Clay on July, 17 1942 in Louisville Kentucky as Cassius Clay. Cassius grew up during a time of racial segregation and always wanted to change that. While a young boy he started training in fighting and quickly grew a love for the sport. His quickness and agility really stood out. He turned professional at the age of 18. Muhammad Ali was the best boxer in the world and self-proclaimed “the greatest.”During the Cold War Ali refused to join the military. This caused him to lose his boxing license for three years.Ali joined the Nation of Islam with Malcom X and preached racial and religious freedom. When Ali got his license back he had one of the greatest fights of all time against Joe Frazier. Ali was always known for being tremendously outspoken and charismatic. He talked a lot of trash against him opponent which made him very memorable. Besides being an activist Ali Went into music. He released an album called “I am the Greatest.”Muhammad Ali’s most famous quote was “sting like a butterfly sting like a bee.”This was him describing his boxing style. Overall Ali had a tremendous career in boxing.


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