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[47] He went on to win six Kentucky Golden Gloves titles, two national Golden Gloves titles, an Amateur Athletic Union national title, and the light heavyweight gold medal in the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome. "[111] The marriage was childless and they divorced on January 10, 1966. [233] The same year, he participated in The Longest Walk, a protest march in the United States in support of Native American rights, along with singer Stevie Wonder and actor Marlon Brando. They had been friends since 1964 in Louisville. The move, which would later become known as the "Rope-a-dope", so violated conventional boxing wisdom—letting one of the hardest hitters in boxing strike at will—that at ringside writer George Plimpton thought the fight had to be fixed. Il figlio più giovane di Muhammad Ali è stato in grado di vedere un lato del campione che includeva tutto, dai trucchi magici con gli estranei a un vecchio Ali, mostrando i riflessi che lo rendevano una leggenda del pugilato. The fight was later named "Fight of the Year" by The Ring magazine. [94] Most boxing commentators at the time viewed the fight negatively and hoped it would be forgotten as some considered it a "15-round farce. The mall opened in 1976 with Ali attending its opening. [185], At the trial on June 20, 1967, the jury found Ali guilty after only 21 minutes of deliberation of the criminal offense of violating the Selective Service laws by refusing to be drafted. "[235][236] The Nigerian government also rebuffed him and confirmed that they would be participating in the Moscow games. —Muhammad Ali to a crowd of college students during his exile[159], Ali registered for conscription in the United States military on his 18th birthday and was listed as 1-A in 1962. Let 'Ali vs. Inoki' author Josh Gross explain", "Click Debate: What's all this talk about the Ali Act coming to MMA? [224][225], Ali was known for being a humanitarian[226] and philanthropist. In an interview in 1974, Ali said that, prior to his later fight with Foreman, a one-time member of Liston's entourage offered him a liniment that could be applied to boxing gloves and that would cause a blinding, temporary stinging of the eyes. By 1986, Ali and Porché were divorced due to Ali's continuous infidelity. [132][133] Ali biographer and friend Thomas Hauser has said this claim was of "questionable veracity". Soon after the Liston fight, Clay changed his name to Cassius X, and then later to Muhammad Ali upon converting to Islam and affiliating with the Nation of Islam. I used to train to their music." Throughout most of the bout, however, Ali was able to circle away from Frazier's dangerous left hook and to tie Frazier up when he was cornered, the latter a tactic that Frazier's camp complained of bitterly. The fight was stopped when Frazier's trainer, Eddie Futch, refused to allow Frazier to answer the bell for the 15th and final round, despite Frazier's protests. [98], After returning to beat Alfredo Evangelista in May 1977, Ali struggled in his next fight against Earnie Shavers that September, getting pummeled a few times by punches to the head. Hana wrote about her father, "His love for people was extraordinary. He said some people didn't like the change and stuck to Elijah's teachings, but he liked it and so left Elijah's teachings and started to follow Sunni Islam. The story was later disputed, and several of Ali's friends, including Bundini Brown and photographer Howard Bingham, denied it. Campioni olimpici la box , categoria semigrea,,,,,, „Muhammad Ali, "The Greatest" of all time, dead at 74”, „In Ali's Voice From the Past, a Stand for the Ages”, „Muhammad Ali - Pre Liston Poetry & Highlights”, „Muhammad Ali Famous Interview After Defeating Foreman”, „Muhammad Ali vs Floyd Patterson Pre-fight hype and interview”,, Barrow Neurological Institute: Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center, Life Magazine: Cassius Clay: Before He Was Ali. On March 6, 1964, he announced that he no longer would be known as Cassius Clay but as Muhammad Ali. "[195], In speaking of the cost on Ali's career of his refusal to be drafted, his trainer Angelo Dundee said, "One thing must be taken into account when talking about Ali: He was robbed of his best years, his prime years. The article quoted Cassius Clay Sr. as saying that his son had joined the Black Muslims when he was 18. "[183] Ali antagonized the white establishment in 1966 by refusing to be drafted into the U.S. military, citing his religious beliefs and opposition to American involvement in the Vietnam War. Construction of the mall, the first of its kind in the Philippines, began shortly after Ali's victory in a match with Joe Frazier in nearby Araneta Coliseum in 1975. [198][315] A 2013 made-for-TV movie titled Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight dramatized the same aspect of Ali's life. [250], On July 27, 2012, Ali was a titular bearer of the Olympic flag during the opening ceremonies of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. Edited versions of the bout were shown in movie theaters in 1970. [260] Ali's daughter May May Ali responded to the rumors, stating that she had talked to him on the phone the morning of February 3 and he was fine. "[49], In February 1978, Ali faced Leon Spinks at the Hilton Hotel in Las Vegas. Stratton also cites an interview by Howard Cosell in which Ali explained that rather than toying with Patterson, he refrained from knocking him out after it became apparent Patterson was injured. Suo padre dipingeva insegne e murales religiosi, mentre sua madre era una cuoca. [292] In June 2016, US senator Rand Paul proposed an amendment to the US draft laws named after Ali, a proposal to eliminate the Selective Service System. At the end of round four, Clay was returning to his corner when he began experiencing blinding pain in his eyes and asked his trainer, Angelo Dundee, to cut off his gloves. Following the win, a triumphant Clay rushed to the edge of the ring and, pointing to the ringside press, shouted: "Eat your words!" Muhammad Ali era il più grande e sapeva di esserlo. Their second daughter, Laila Ali, was born in December 1977. Ali stumbled to the corner, where his associate Butch Lewis convinced him to walk away. To replace Moore, Clay hired Angelo Dundee to be his trainer. [55], In 1960, Clay left Moore's camp, partially due to Clay's refusal to do chores such as washing dishes and sweeping. Standing at 6’3″ (1.91 m), Ali had a highly unorthodox style for a heavyweight boxer. [270], Ali's funeral had been pre-planned by himself and others for several years prior to his actual death. [187], Ali remained free in the years between the Appellate Court decision and the Supreme Court ruling. [20] Acest lucru l-a făcut pe Ali unul din reprezentații generației contraculturii. [162], In a 2004 autobiography, Ali attributed his conversion to mainstream Sunni Islam to Warith Deen Muhammad, who assumed leadership of the Nation of Islam upon the death of his father Elijah Muhammad, and persuaded the Nation's followers to become adherents of Sunni Islam. "[200], In 1971, his Fight of the Century with Frazier provided cover for an activist group, the Citizens' Commission to Investigate the FBI, to pull off a burglary at an FBI office in Pennsylvania as the anticipation for the fight was unlike anything else so they believed the security would also be focused on the fight, this exposed the COINTELPRO operations that included illegal spying on activists involved with the civil rights and anti-war movements. Ali chose instead to check into the Mayo Clinic, who declared him fit to fight. In the eighth round, Ali taunted Terrell, hitting him with jabs and shouting between punches, "What's my name, Uncle Tom ... what's my name?" He was systematically denied a boxing license in every state and stripped of his passport. The fight was set for February 25, 1964, in Miami Beach. [296][297][298] Several of his fights were watched by an estimated 1–2 billion viewers between 1974 and 1980, and his lighting of the torch at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics was watched by an estimated 3.5 billion viewers. Ali denied the accusations of cruelty but, for Ali's critics, the fight provided more evidence of his arrogance. The Tanzanian government was insulted that Carter had sent an athlete to discuss a serious political issue. Muhammad Ali (1942-2016) foi um pugilista norte-americano, considerado um dos maiores boxeadores da história. [32], 1920: Edward Eagan | 1988: Andrew Maynard | "[240] In 1985, he visited Israel to request the release of Muslim prisoners at Atlit detainee camp, which Israel declined. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer stated, "Muhammad Ali belongs to the world. Ali was guest of honor at the record-breaking Collision in Korea, a wrestling event with the largest attendance of all time. Stratton states that Ali arranged the second fight, in 1972, with the financially struggling Patterson to help the former champion earn enough money to pay a debt to the IRS. He was helped to his feet by his wife Lonnie to stand before the flag due to his Parkinson's rendering him unable to carry it into the stadium. Ali was married four times and had seven daughters and two sons. This led to a story in The Miami Herald just before the fight disclosing that Clay had joined the Nation of Islam, which nearly caused the bout to be canceled. [206][207] I Am the Greatest sold 500,000 copies, and has been identified as an early example of rap music and a precursor to hip hop. A rematch occurred in September at the Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Holmes fight is said to have contributed to Ali's Parkinson's syndrome. But in 1968, he triumphed", "Muhammad Ali: The man who changed his sport and his country", "Muhammad Ali's Main Bout: African American Economic Power and the World Heavyweight Title", "One of His Biggest Fights Was Outside of the Ring", "Declassified NSA files show agency spied on Muhammad Ali and MLK", "In 1971, Muhammad Ali Helped Undermine the FBI's Illegal Spying on Americans", "Muhammad Ali in a Broadway Musical? Antoine Fuqua's documentary What's My Name: Muhammad Ali was released in 2019. 1928: Víctor Avendaño | In 1966, Ali refused to be drafted into the military, citing his religious beliefs and ethical opposition to the Vietnam War. Ali conceded "They didn't tell me about that in America", and complained that Carter had sent him "around the world to take the whupping over American policies. [261] On December 20, 2014, Ali was hospitalized for a mild case of pneumonia. In truth, Cassius Clay's attachment to slavery went farther than Ali knew. "[248] He was in Kabul for a three-day goodwill mission as a special guest of the UN. Born into a Chicago family that had converted to the Nation Of Islam, she later changed her name to Khalilah Ali, though she was still called Belinda by old friends and family. [103], The fight took place on October 2, 1980, in Las Vegas Valley, with Holmes easily dominating Ali, who was weakened from thyroid medication he had taken to lose weight. [86] The fight became famous for Ali's introduction of the rope-a-dope tactic. After the loss to Frazier, Ali fought Jerry Quarry, had a second bout with Floyd Patterson and faced Bob Foster in 1972, winning a total of six fights that year. [134], Ali then lived in Scottsdale, Arizona with Lonnie. His daughter Hana later wrote that Ali once told her, "Nothing would ever shake me up (more) than the story of Emmett Till. The outcome of the fight was a major upset. It had been scheduled for Boston the previous November, but was postponed for six months due to Ali's emergency surgery for a hernia three days before. [67], Ali defended his title against former heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson on November 22, 1965. George thinks he will, but I know he won't. Thomas Hauser's biography of Ali stated that Ali was refused service at the diner but that he lost his medal a year after he won it. [262] Ali was once again hospitalized on January 15, 2015, for a urinary tract infection after being found unresponsive at a guest house in Scottsdale, Arizona. [152] The person he was named after was a white man and emancipationist who released slaves. This made Ali the first heavyweight champion to win the belt three times. The last four rounds saw round-to-round shifts in momentum between the two fighters. I done wrestled with an alligator, I done tussled with a whale; handcuffed lightning, thrown thunder in jail; only last week, I murdered a rock, injured a stone, hospitalized a brick; I'm so mean I make medicine sick. Leroy Johnson, Jesse Hill Jr. and Harry Pett had used their local political influence and set up the company House of Sports to organize the fight, underlining the influence power of Georgia's black politics in Ali' s comeback. Learn more about Ali’s career and … [312] His star is the only one to be mounted on a vertical surface, out of deference to his request that the name Muhammad—a name he shares with the Islamic prophet—not be walked upon.[313][314]. On June 10, 2016, the funeral procession passed through the streets of Louisville ending at Cave Hill Cemetery, where his body was interred during a private ceremony. "[177] The former Beatles were indifferent to the plan, which elicited only a tepid response from the public. In December 2015, he stated that "True Muslims know that the ruthless violence of so-called Islamic jihadists goes against the very tenets of our religion", that "We as Muslims have to stand up to those who use Islam to advance their own personal agenda", and that "political leaders should use their position to bring understanding about the religion of Islam, and clarify that these misguided murderers have perverted people's views on what Islam really is. [168][169][170][171] According to Ali's daughter, Hana Yasmeen Ali, who co-authored The Soul of a Butterfly with him, Ali was attracted to Sufism after reading the books of Inayat Khan, which contain Sufi teachings. [288], The 1976 Muhammad Ali vs. Antonio Inoki fight played an important role in the history of mixed martial arts. 1984: Anton Josipović | But he only has one hometown. [158] In a press conference articulating his opposition to the Vietnam War, Ali stated, "My enemy is the white people, not Vietcong or Chinese or Japanese. He said he was embarrassed to get in the ring with Alex Miteff and claimed that Madison Square Garden was "too small for me. In the U.S. version Ali lost in a simulated 13th-round knockout, but in the European version Marciano lost due to cuts, also simulated. Muhammad Ali defeated every top heavyweight in his era, which has been called the golden age of heavyweight boxing. In addition to displaying his boxing memorabilia, the center focuses on core themes of peace, social responsibility, respect, and personal growth. Slow-motion replays show that Liston was jarred by a chopping right from Ali, although it is unclear whether the blow was a genuine knockout punch. My arms, my face, my sides all ache. [279] He was crowned Sportsman of the Century by Sports Illustrated. In 1978, Ali revealed that he was "broke" and several news outlets reported his net worth to be an estimated $3.5 million[253] (inflation-adjusted $14 million). Muhammad Ali (1942-2016), nome adotado por Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr., nasceu na cidade de Louisville, Kentucky, Estados Unidos, no dia 17 de janeiro de 1942. [76] A computer program purportedly determined the winner, based on data about the fighters, along with the opinions of approximately 250 boxing experts. As a result, he did not fight from March 1967 to October 1970—from ages 25 to almost 29—as his case worked its way through the appeals process before his conviction was overturned in 1971. [154], Not afraid to antagonize the white establishment, Ali stated, "I am America. [276] Ali's memorial was watched by an estimated 1 billion viewers worldwide.[221]. What were you doing to help your country live up to the covenant of its founding principles? Though his condition was initially described as fair, it worsened, and he died the following day at the age of 74 from septic shock.[265][266][267][268]. Kiiursti says she has a relationship with his other children. Ali often used rhyme schemes and spoken word poetry, both for when he was trash-talking in boxing and as political poetry for his activism outside of boxing. Ali secured the release of the hostages, in exchange for promising Hussein that he would bring America "an honest account" of Iraq. In the Cooper fight, Clay was floored by a left hook at the end of round four and was saved by the bell, going on to win in the predicted 5th round due to Cooper's severely cut eye. In a preview of their two other fights, a crouching, bobbing and weaving Frazier constantly pressured Ali, getting hit regularly by Ali jabs and combinations, but relentlessly attacking and scoring repeatedly, especially to Ali's body. "[194], Ali was honored with the annual Martin Luther King Award in 1970 by civil rights leader Ralph Abernathy, who called him "a living example of soul power, the March on Washington in two fists." [218], Ali appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated on 38 different occasions,[299] second only to Michael Jordan's 46. [87] The fight was watched by a record estimated television audience of 1 billion viewers worldwide. 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Just before the divorce was finalized, Ali sent Sonji a note: "You traded heaven for hell, baby. [176] They asked fans worldwide to contribute a dollar each. For the last four years of Clay's amateur career he was trained by boxing cutman Chuck Bodak.[46]. [156] Ali later said that turning his back on Malcolm was one of the mistakes he regretted most in his life. According to Khaliah, Aaisha and her mother lived at Ali's Deer Lake training camp alongside Belinda and her children. [202][203] He also appeared in the documentary film Black Rodeo (1972) riding both a horse and a bull. Clay had met Dundee in February 1957 during Clay's amateur career. She said he accepted responsibility and took care of her, but all contacts with him were cut off after he married his fourth wife Lonnie. Solicitor General at the time of Ali's conviction). [138], In an interview in 1974 Ali said, "If they say stand and salute the flag I do that out of respect, because I'm in the country". Ali fought Terrell in Houston on February 6, 1967. He said a reunion of the Beatles "would make a lot of people happy. A public memorial service for Ali at downtown Louisville's KFC Yum! Clay made his professional debut on October 29, 1960, winning a six-round decision over Tunney Hunsaker. Although Ali clearly had the better of Patterson, who appeared injured during the fight, the match lasted 12 rounds before being called on a technical knockout. In 2006, the documentary Ali Rap was produced by ESPN. Ali is the only boxer to be named The Ring magazine Fighter of the Year six times. [259], In February 2013, Ali's brother Rahman Ali said Muhammad could no longer speak and could be dead within days. "[160][161], Writer Jerry Izenberg once noted that, "the Nation became Ali's family and Elijah Muhammad became his father. [253] By 1980, his total fight purse earnings were estimated to be up to $70 million[254] (inflation-adjusted $333 million). Ali was strong in the early rounds of the fight, and staggered Frazier in the second round. [39] Cassius Jr. attended Central High School in Louisville. "[83] Ali was wildly popular in Zaire, with crowds chanting "Ali, bomaye" ("Ali, kill him") wherever he went. [52], In each of these fights, Clay vocally belittled his opponents and vaunted his abilities. [64] The fight was controversial. Muhammad Ali, ai 9 figli 50 milioni di dollari. "[49], In Hauser's biography Muhammad Ali: His Life and Times, Ali says that although he's not a Christian as he thinks the idea of God having a son sounds wrong and doesn't make sense to him as he believes "God don't beget; man begets" he still believes that even good Christians or good Jews can receive God's blessing and enter heaven as he believes "God created all people, no matter what their religion". In 1993, the Associated Press reported that Ali was tied with Babe Ruth as the most recognized athlete, out of over 800 dead or living athletes, in America. Ali thrived in the spotlight at a time when many fighters let their managers do the talking, and he was often provocative and outlandish. By 1978, Ali's total fight purse earnings were estimated to be nearly $60 million[252] (inflation-adjusted $318 million), including an estimated $47.45 million grossed between 1970 and 1978. [36][37] Like Ali, Alexander fought for his freedom. [305] Ali was featured in Superman vs. Muhammad Ali, a 1978 DC Comics comic book pitting the champ against the superhero. I got nothing back in response. Fatimah (che Dio sia compiaciuto di lei) fu data in sposa a 15 anni al nipote del Profeta (saws) che ne aveva 21, di nome Ali (futuro 4° Califfo). [5][6] He was found guilty of draft evasion so he faced 5 years in prison and was stripped of his boxing titles. "[193], Civil rights figures came to believe that Ali had an energizing effect on the freedom movement as a whole. He defeated light-heavyweight champs Archie Moore and Bob Foster. [229] Early in his career, one of his main focuses was youth education. [104] Despite pleas to definitively retire, Ali fought one last time on December 11, 1981, in Nassau, Bahamas, against Trevor Berbick, losing a ten-round decision. [188], On June 28, 1971, the Supreme Court of the United States in Clay v. United States overturned Ali's conviction by a unanimous 8–0 decision (Justice Thurgood Marshall recused himself, as he had been the U.S. Clay's father's paternal grandparents were John Clay and Sallie Anne Clay; Clay's sister Eva claimed that Sallie was a native of Madagascar. He was named after his father, Cassius Marcellus Clay Sr., who had a sister and four brothers[28][29] and who himself was named in honor of the 19th-century Republican politician and staunch abolitionist Cassius Marcellus Clay, also from the state of Kentucky. We don't want to live with the white man; that's all. [204] In 1977 the book was adapted into a film called The Greatest, in which Ali played himself and Ernest Borgnine played Angelo Dundee. [249], On September 1, 2009, Ali visited Ennis, County Clare, Ireland, the home of his great-grandfather, Abe Grady, who emigrated to the U.S. in the 1860s, eventually settling in Kentucky. Patterson later said he had strained his sacroiliac. Earlier that year, a committee of the Jefferson County Public Schools (Kentucky) considered renaming Ali's alma mater, Central High School, in his honor, but the motion failed to pass. The fight with Doug Jones on March 13, 1963 was Clay's toughest fight during this stretch. ")[179][181] By early 1966, the army lowered its standards to permit soldiers above the 15th percentile and Ali was again classified as 1-A. [139] Ali would later say, "If America was in trouble and real war came, I'd be on the front line if we had been attacked. Muhammad Ali beat more champions and top contenders than any heavyweight champion in history. I am the part you won't recognize. So confident in what he said; fluent, smooth, creative, and intimidating. [27] After a Court of Appeals upheld the conviction, the case was reviewed by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1971. 1924: Harry Mitchell | You might have seen the last of me. He was reported to jokingly say, "That computer was made in Alabama."[75]. [145][146] After Ali met a lesbian couple who were fans of his in 1997, he smiled and said to his friend Hauser, “They look like they’re happy together”. He knew he was going to jail and did it anyway. However, after he won the championship from Liston in 1964, the Nation of Islam was more receptive and agreed to publicize his membership. He told the officer he was going to "whup" the thief. The punch used to knock Dunn out was taught to Ali by Taekwondo Grandmaster Jhoon Rhee. Referee Jersey Joe Walcott did not begin the count immediately after the knockdown, as Ali refused to retreat to a neutral corner. The fact that he was proud to be a black man and that he had so much talent  ... made some people think that he was dangerous. My enemy is the white people, not Viet Cong or Chinese or Japanese. Ali was known to attract a lot of women, Howard Binghamsaid "All Ali had to do was look at a woman and she’d melt". [243] According to Politico, Ali supported Orrin Hatch politically. "Frazier is too dumb to be champ." He was an inductee into the International Boxing Hall of Fame and held wins over seven other Hall of Fame inductees. [163], Ali had gone on the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca in 1972, which inspired him in a similar manner to Malcolm X, meeting people of different colors from all over the world giving him a different outlook and greater spiritual awareness. [27] He had one brother. A fost numit după tatăl său, Cassius Marcellus Clay, Sr. Și-a schimbat numele în anul 1964, când s-a convertit la Islam (Sunnism). I due si sono sposati nel 1977. He has been cited as an inspiration by rappers such as LL Cool J,[23] Public Enemy's Chuck D,[213] Jay-Z, Eminem, Sean Combs, Slick Rick, Nas and MC Lyte. [282], On January 8, 2001, Muhammad Ali was presented with the Presidential Citizens Medal by President Bill Clinton. [99] Ali won a unanimous decision in an uninspiring fight, with referee Lucien Joubert scoring rounds 10-4, judge Ernie Cojoe 10-4, and judge Herman Preis 11-4. Liston did not answer the bell for the seventh round, and Clay was declared the winner by TKO. After the fight he cited Frazier as "the greatest fighter of all times next to me.

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