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  • Nick Name
  • Occupation
    Boxer, Athlete
  • Birth Date
    17 Jan, 1942
  • Death date
    03 Jun, 2016
  • Place of Birth
    Louisville, United States
  • Place of Death
  • Education
    Louisville high School
  • Zodic Sign
  • A Few Words To Remember
    Mohammad Ali was one of the world's best fighters, a man who was celebrated for his skill and fight style. Born Cassius Clay originally, he changed his name to Mohammad Ali and became an Olympic Gold medalist in 1960.  His biggest fights were when he reclaimed the heavyweight championship against Joe Frazier and George Foreman.


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Mohammad Ali (Boxer, Athlete)
17 Jan, 1942 - 03 Jun, 2016


 In 1984, Mohammad was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. 


He first learned to box from a police officer, Joe Martin who trained young boxers at a local gym.


His Olympic gold medal was in 1960, in Rome Italy . Mohammad was 6'3 and he became known for his lightning speed and fancy footwork. He became known as the boxer who could float like a butterfly and sting like a bee.


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4 years ago

Ray Smith

Mohammad Ali grew up in a difficult time and rose to become a champion. A true fighter and celebrity