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    Muhammad Ali Influences

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    Muhammad Ali Over the centuries athletes have been an influence to many culture. They have brought entertainment and revolutionized the world of sports. An athlete who did this was Muhammad Ali, a boxer who entertained households worldwide, and changed the sport forever. Ali came from a humble beginning, many criticized his career, and he became a cultural icon. Muhammad Ali is a man who rose from a humble beginning, and made himself a legend coming from nothing. Born January 17, 1942 in Louisville, Kentucky as Cassius Clay but later on changed his name to Muhammad Ali (Muhammad Ali). Growing up, Ali wore ragged clothing, often with patches, and shoes with cardboard inserts that covered holes in the soles (Muhammad 1). Ali was rather unfortunate…

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    Muhammad Ali Injustice

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    The Greatest Muhammad Ali experienced injustice at one of his earliest times as a boxer for the U.S. (“Muhammad Ali”, 2000). This made him make a decision that could have jeopardized his career. Muhammad Ali used his privileged fame and success from boxing to show people a world where anyone can feel comfortable about speaking about important topics, even if it affects their image. As a kid, Ali was always very curious, asking questions about the limited amount of racial diversity in the Bible,…

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    Muhammad Ali Dbq

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    Though Muhammad Ali was not one to skirt with the concept of breaking the law and resorting to aggressive means to ensure his survival outside of the ring, but he was known to stir controversy when his opinions, often strong, were to clash with the established norms and issues of the time. One of the most notable examples was his eventual arrest and conviction upon refusing to serve in the armed forces during the Vietnam War. An institution that was one of the primary elements of the…

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    Muhammad Ali Influence

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    Muhammad Ali was one of the most influential people to ever walk on Earth. He will always be known as one of, if not, the greatest boxer to ever step into the ring. During his life and after his death, Ali impacted the world greatly. Despite making a few controversial decisions, Muhammad Ali will always be an influence to everyone, because he defeated all odds set against him, he conquered the boxing world, and he became known as the self-proclaimed “greatest of all time”. However, Muhammad Ali…

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    Muhammad Ali Rumble

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    Zaire, is arguably one of the most famous fights in boxing history. It saw Muhammad Ali, coming back from a three and a half year suspension for refusal to comply with the U.S. Vietnam draft, regain his Heavyweight World Champion title by knocking out the younger, stronger George Foreman. This was achieved through a combination of pioneering tactics and perfect technical skills. However, the fight was also steeped in politics, from its contemporary Civil Rights movement in the U.S., to the…

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    Muhammad Ali Legacy

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    “Float like a butterfly; sting like a bee ahhhh! Rumble, young man rumble ahhhh!” Those were the words echoed time and time again from Cassius Clay and his corner man David Brown. Better known as Muhammad Ali, he has a legacy of being the greatest fighter whoever lived. Muhammad Ali has a career record of 56 wins, 5 losses, and 37 knockouts. Just a kid from a southern town of Louisville, Kentucky, raised in a normal middle class family where he and his brother were expected to either work or go…

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    Muhammad Ali Biography

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    Muhammad Ali a professional boxer, idealist, social activist, and philanthropist was born January 17 1942. Ali birth name was Marcellus Clay Jr. born in Louisville, Kentucky. His father, Cassius Clay, Sr., worked as a sign painter and his mother, Odessa, worked as a maid. Young Cassius had a younger brother named Rudy. The Clays weren 't rich, but they weren 't poor either. Muhammad Ali became embody what it means to be an American in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. As…

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    Muhammad Ali Activist

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    Most people might not think that a professional boxer could be an activist. However, Muhammad Ali is not only considered a world champion boxer, but is also a well known political and social activist and humanitarian. As an activist, he refused to be drafted into the U.S. military during the Vietnam War. In addition to that, he promoted world peace by traveling to war torn countries and became an advocate for children. As a political activist, on April 28, 1967, Muhammad Ali refused to be…

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    Essay On Muhammad Ali

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    Muhammad Ali made a difference in the world and his career was a big part in him doing so, he stood his ground for his religion, he gave hope to the black community… including Africa, and he changed history in the sport of boxing. Muhammad Ali had a lot of power and it wasn’t only in his fist. Muhammad Ali didn’t start out as being Muhammad Ali his real name was Cassius Marcellus Clay. That is his family name and he wasn’t proud of it because that was his slave name given to his ancestors by…

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    Cassius Clay died on June 3rd, 2016, in Scottsdale Arizona. Seventy-four years prior, a champion was born. From the early stages of his career, Cassius knew he had something different than the others. A desire deep inside of him at becoming the greatest at what he does. During his lifetime, he became one of the greatest athlete to exist, but also a true model outside of the ring. He not only fought with his fists, but with his words defending the civil rights of his people. Muhammad Ali, from…

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