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Muhammad Ali and his daughter Laila Ali

The Greatest - Muhammad Ali and his beautiful daughter Laila Ali. [January 1942 – June ❥ A true Champion & A true Legend ! RIP* The Greatest Man.

Muhammad Ali, 1971 #thegreatest

Muhammad Ali, “The greatest victory in life is to rise above the material things that we once valued most.” ― Muhammad Ali, The Soul of a Butterfly: Reflections on Life's Journey.

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The young Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr. [January 1942 – June ❥ A true Champion & A true Legend ! RIP* The Greatest Man.

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Bill Russell & Lew Alcindor (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar) With Muhammad Ali at the Sports Summit of the Top Black Athletes that Assembled in Cleveland Ohio for a Press Conference to Support Muhammad Ali's Refusal to enter the Army Draft

Joe Louis and Muhammad Ali.  Greatest of all times.  Period.

Joe Louis and Muhammad Ali never knew Joe Louis was such a big man, would've been even bigger in his prime yeah Go Joe Louis √

Joe Frazier, George Foreman, & Muhammad Ali

Frazier, Foreman & Ali - Kind of like Ruth, Gehrig & DiMaggio - All Winners - All Champs

Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X

The History Of Lynching In U.S. Is Worse Than You Think

Heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali, right, is shown with black Muslim leader Malcolm X outside the Trans-Lux Newsreel Theater in New York, March 1964 after viewing a film about Ali's title fight with.

Muhammad Ali & Richard Pryor in a boxing exhibition fight at a benefit in 1978.

In 1978 Muhammed Ali Boxed Marvin Gaye, Sammy Davis Junior, Richard Pryor - The Story And Some Great Photos - Flashbak

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Muhammad Ali (photographed by Yousuf Karsh).

♡♥Muhammad Ali greets the undefeated retired Rocky Marciano♥♡

Muhammad Ali and Rocky Marciano. Two of the best in boxing history. Muhammad Ali, Danny Miller and Rocky Marciano, posing before a film is made before Rocky being killed in a accidental plane crash.

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Muhammad Ali (formerly Cassius Clay), boxing world heavy-weight champion, jumps from a bridge over the Chicago River, 1966 (photo © Thomas Hoepker / Magnum Photos)

Clay with his first wife, Sonji, in 1964, the year he changed his name to Muhammad Ali after converting to the Muslim faith.

Muhammad Ali – photos through the years

I saw him when he was about this age in the old Atlanta airport......he was beutiful!

Boxing London England May American World heavyweight champion Cassius Clay pictured leaving the Odeon Cinema in Leicester Square after weighing.