Muhammad Ali

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"It isn't the mountains ahead to climb that wear you out; it's the pebble in your shoe" Muhammad Ali The Greatest champion
Me? I was never a fan of the brutal sport of boxing; but I was always a fan of Muhammad Ali. Like everyone else on the planet, I watched him every chance I got, whether he was fighting or just talking. He dominated his sport, changed attitudes to minorities, and lit up our lives.
One word that sums up the life of this extraordinary personality is 'Movement'. From the humble beginnings of his boxing
People throughout the world are mourning the loss of legendary Muhammad Ali, however he had told the world quite sometime ago that he was "ready to meet God" as he had lived his life to the full.
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Rare photographs of sporting hero Muhammad Ali have been released in a new book called Fighter’s Heaven 1974. Photographer
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Last weekend, perhaps the greatest sportsman ever to walk the face of this earth passed away and that sportsman was Muhammad
He was a man who stood out, and that made him an inspiration. This, among other things, is why Muhammad Ali will go down in history as the greatest.
For a second, I simply stared at Muhammad Ali before remembering to blink and then breathe. I looked around thinking perhaps he was trying to get someone else's attention, but it was so quiet at the time that the only other people in the store were grouped across by the till. Then Ali, one of the world's most celebrated living legends, beckoned me closer.
"I was sorry to hear about his death" said Peter Hardy, sometime war reporter (fittingly) with the Daily Express, who was a sent to interview him - circa 1981 - for a "Rumble in Victoria" at a London boxing club.
  Tributes have flooded in from around the world, with friends and fellow fighters paying Ali, who was voted Sports Personality
Ali has been described an “angel” and a “God-sent blessing to this Earth”, his brother Rahman said as details of his funeral
'All of use were around him, hugging and kissing him and holding his hands.'