Essay On Muhammad Ali

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Muhammad Ali
Stand up for what you believe in and do whatever it takes to achieve it . “I have nothing to lose by standing up for my beliefs. So I’ll go to jail.”(5) Muhammad Ali born January 17, 1942, was one of the greatest African American heavyweight boxers of the world. During the time of the Vietnam War the United States Army enforced the draft. Any male of age eighteen to twenty five were required to register with United States Army. Muhammad Ali refused to be inducted into the Army forces(1). If he would 've went to the war he may have died and not become one of the best heavyweight boxers of the world.
Some of the reasons Muhammad Ali refused to be in the Army forces was his religion, and the equality of freedom of fellow African Americans.
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Ali toured around doing college guest lectures, spoke before peace rallies, Muslim groups, and even starred in the Broadway musical Buck White in 1969(5). Ali earned money from theses colleges and used that to make a living for himself. Muhammad final gets to box again after three years. His first fight was against Joe Frazier, the fight also known as “Fight of the Century”. Muhammad hadn 't fought in so long that he suffered his first loss after fifteen rounds. Few years later he fought Frazier again at Madison Square Garden and he won after twelve rounds. Finally, on October Thirtieth, WHAT YEAR Muhammad Ali was the underdog about to fight George Foreman for the heavyweight boxing title. This fight was known as the“Rumble in the Jungle”. After the eighth round Ali knocked out Foreman and reclaim his title. The very same title that was striped from him in court. Write a sentence here how what goes around comes around hard work pays off….. Make a paragraph about what and how Ali’s life would be different if he went off to war and never went to court.
Stand up for what you believe in and do whatever it takes to achieve it. Ali was one of the greatest African American heavyweight boxers of the world. His toughest and most memorable fight was in the courtroom. People all around the world will forever look to him as a role model. “I have nothing to lose by standing up for
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