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    Muhammad got his boxing license taken away then his freedom. AL served five years in prison for saying no to war. The reason for saying no is because of religious reasons. The fight for his privilege to box was a long road. If he had ever said no would he still be alive? The vietnam war was a brutal and hard war.More missing men everyday. so during his unboxing time Muhammad made money by speaking out. Ali’s first fight back was against heavyweight champion Joe Frazier disappointingly Ali could not pull out and lost by unanimous decision. But that didn’t slow him down a bit. Muhammad won his battle with court and was able to box anywhere again. After ten fights through different countries it came down to one last fight. Ken Norton. Muhammad broke his jaw and spit out blood for ten rounds.Muhammad Ali had a great career and is one of the most iconic boxers who ever lived. Ali is still currently still alive at age 74. Muhammad had a great passion for boxing and used his talent to get through tough obstacles, like the olympics and smokin Joe…

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    He had a rematch with Joe Frazier and won when Frazier’s coach threw in the towel. Though since father time began to catch up with him he began to lose many fights and decided to retire. In his retirement, Ali devoted much of his time to philanthropy. He announced that he had Parkinson's disease in 1984, a degenerative neurological condition, and was involved in raising funds for the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center in Phoenix, Arizona. Then in 2005 he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom…

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    challenging people. That police office was Joe Martin.…

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    a backdrop of the Vietnam War and a steamrolling civil rights movement during the turbulent 1960’s. Were it not for Ali standing up for his religious beliefs and the plight of black people in America by refusing entry in the Army in 1967, Ali would not be the symbol of humanitarianism he is today, respected and recognized the world over. Had he not been willing to risk fortune, fame and freedom for his personal convictions, Ali would now only be known as a great fighter, maybe even the greatest,…

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    Muhammad Ali had the biggest influence on United States since the 1900’s. Muhammad Ali did a lot of things during his life, some good and some bad. He became one of the best known boxers around the world, he converted to Islam, and he battled Parkinson's disease. Muhammad Ali wasn’t always his name. His birth name was Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr. He was born in Louisville, Kentucky and that's where he started his long journey into boxing. His bike was stolen, and Ali told a police officer,…

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    Little did I know, I was going to be drafted into the military and fight in the Vietnam War. I refused to serve and was very outspoken against the war. Practicing Muslim beliefs, I got my name Muhammad Ali. The US Department of Justice pursued this as a legal case and I spent 5 years in prison for refusal in my decision to go to fight in the Vietnam War. I was striped of all my titles and all my awards, and had committed a felony and was immediately stripped of my boxing license. After 5…

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    boxing for three years. But being banned did not stop Ali he came back just as strong if not stronger than before he was banned. Muhammad Ali returned to the ring in 1970. Just as he started the first time, he won. Ali knocked out his first opponent after being banned. He defeated Jerry Quarry in October in Atlanta. When Ali lost it wasn't just to some nobody he lost to quality opponents. One year later after his first win from returning Ali participated in what has been called "Fight of the…

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    imperfections as what they are. Honestly, I do not think anybody has imperfections. What exactly are imperfections? How can there be imperfections when every single human being on the face of the planet is completely different? It is pretty simple, actually. Every person is born exactly the way God wanted them to be. Learning how to be happy with yourself in order to show other young people how to be confident is one of the major roles of our responsibility. The famous boxer, Joe Frazier once…

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    personality, as well as his unorthodox fighting style; hands hanging low and leaning away from punches instead of blocking them. He was loved by most but was not always on the public's good side. Ali was no rebel, but he was never afraid to give his own opinions and stand up for what he believed in. Muhammad Ali, then known as Cassius Clay didn’t have the easiest childhood. Growing up in a segregated America, Clay did his best to stay out of trouble. It was one incident of a stolen bike that…

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    Young Cassius Clay won the Olympics in Rome when he was eighteen (Smith 33). Ali soon went on to win World Heavyweight Champion of the World. Not to forget the “Thrilla in Manilla” maybe one of the best fights of all time, and Ali beat “Smokin Joe Frazier” (Smith 104). As well as the most expensive fight against lightweight champion of the world Bob Foster who Ali beat easily. Next in a rematch with Sonny Liston, he knocked Liston out; after the knockout Ali yelled get up creating one of the…

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