Muhammad Ali : A helper and a great boxer.
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Born January, 17, 1942, Muhammad Ali was first named Cassius Clay. His motto was I am the greatest and he was so. Mohammad Ali joined the nation of Islam and he soon had the name Muhammad Ali. Muhammad Ali became more famous and gained glory when he defeated the fighter Sonny Liston. Muhammad Ali had the reflexes and coordination of a tiger. He started fighting at the age of twelve and started advancing through the ranks and earned his first golden Olympic medal in 1960. Muhammad Ali refused to join the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War. He remained free on bail but was stripped of his title and barred from boxing. The U.S. Supreme Court reversed his conviction in 1971. Britannica School." Britannica School. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 Dec. 2014. And "Muhammad Ali Refuses Army Induction." History.com. A&E Television Networks, n.d. Web. 17 Dec. 2014.
Muhammad Ali rocks.
Muhammad Ali gave an amazing speech before his conviction
Time sequence: how Muhammad started boxing.
Young Muhammad Ali's first time wearing boxing gear
1) First Muhammad went to a convention with a friend and then they were done they went outside Mohammad Ali found out that they’re bikes were stolen. He asked to go to the basement and speak with someone who has some authority.
2 Muhammad was angry to start with and joe martin had to listen to what he said and his boasts about what he was going to do to the thief.
3)In the end Joe Martin asked if he could fight but Muhammad replied with, “no but I’d fight anyway.”, so Joe told him to stop by the boxing gym and that’s how it began.
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cause and effect
1) Life after the ring was more celebrated for Muhammad, he had the honor to light the Olympic torch at Atlanta, 1996 to begin the summer games and he was known where ever he went.
2) He tried helping in charities and other humane projects around the world, but due to poor health he was stopped. In 1984, Ali was first diagnosed with Parkinson syndrome, a medical condition closely related to Parkinson’s disease. Symptoms include body tremors, slurred or difficult speech, rigid limbs, facial immobilization, and other neurological problems. Muhammad experienced it all and he had to raise a ton of money to keep it at bay.
3) boxers end up with this disease because of the blows they receive to the head. As the former champion coped with the condition, he became a strong advocate for more research money for Parkinson disease and related conditions.
4)However sad it is for the public to view this once world class athlete in his current condition, the former champ tries to remain lighthearted. He has joked that when he gets bored of a conversation he simply pretends to nod off to sleep and blames it on the Parkinson’s. He can still be seen shadow boxing and if you listen closely, Ali still speaks boastfully of himself and his abilities. His body may be letting him down, but throughout it all, Ali’s mind has been and continues to be his most prolific asset.
In addition to his humanitarian work worldwide, Ali has been an advocate for current boxers and the conditions they are expected in which to compete. In 2002, Ali sponsored a bill that passed through Congress that addressed these concerns. (picture is in paper form). "Muhammad Ali." Muhammad Ali. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Dec. 2014.
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