Muhammad Ali: A Brief Biography

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From social activist to porefessional boxer. Is there anything Muhammad Ali can not do? Ali is considered one of the best boxers of all time. During boxing Muhammad Ali has to stand up for his rights as a black man. He even spoke with Martin Luther King Jr. concerning him a close friend. "Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee. The hands can't hit what the eyes can't see."meaning as long as u can see it anything is possible. Muhammad Ali was the greatest fighter of his time growing up during segregation in the south only made Muhammad Ali even stronger.
During Muhammad Ali’s early life, he faced many hardships. Cassius Clay,etter know Muhammad Ali, was born on January 17, 1942 in Louisville, KY (“Muhammad Ali:The Glory Years”). He grew up going to school at Central High School in Kentucky (“Muhammad Ali:The Glory Years”). He graduate from there in 1958 (“New Muhammad Ali Biography Reveals...”). His parents were Odessa Grady Clay, and Cassius
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Officer Martin was Muhammad Ali trainer for boxing in his early years as an amauter fighter (“Muhammad Ali:The Glory Years”). Once he found officer Martin he was in the gym all the time(“Muhammad Ali:The Glory Years”). Muhammad ali automatically fell in love with the gym all the boxers and their passion for the sport (“Muhammad Ali:The Glory Years”). He went on to win nineteen straight boxing matches by the year 1963 (“Muhammad Ali:The Glory Years”). In 1964, he went on to beat sonny liston (“Muhammad Ali Biography”). His first fight was Tunney Hunsaker (“Muhammad Ali Biography”). Muhammad Ali defeated Hansaker in an unanimous decision in the sixth round (“Muhammad Ali:The Glory Years”). The last four years of his amateur career, he changed trainers to Chuck Bodak (“Muhammad Ali:The Glory Years”). During the career of Muhammad Ali it was changed

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