Muhammad Ali, (Born: January 17, 1942 Died: June 3, 2016) formerly known as Cassius Clay, was a three-time heavyweight champion boxer, Olympian and revered civil rights activist. Famous for his personal flair in and out of the ring, Ali was also a Grammy Award nominated musician as well as an actor and Broadway performer. Upon retiring from boxing, Ali devoted much of his free time to religious and charitable work.
“I Am The Greatest” Inspirational Speeches:
Muhammad Ali Dodges 21 Punches in 10 Seconds: