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Lonnie converted to Islam from Catholicism in her late twenties. In an interview in , Ali said, "If they say stand and salute the flag I do that out of respect, because I'm in the country". But I could see that The Vietnam War wasn't right. Ali's daughter Laila was a professional boxer from until ,  despite her father's previous opposition to women's boxing. In , he said "Women are not made to be hit in the breast, and face like that.
Hana wrote about her father, "His love for people was extraordinary. I would get home from school to find homeless families sleeping in our guest room. Ali wanted people to be happy. Ali said that he first heard of the Nation of Islam when he was fighting in the Golden Gloves tournament in Chicago in , and attended his first Nation of Islam meeting in He continued to attend meetings, although keeping his involvement hidden from the public. In , Clay met Malcolm X , who soon became his spiritual and political mentor.
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. The article quoted Cassius Clay Sr. In fact, Clay was initially refused entry to the Nation of Islam often called the Black Muslims at the time due to his boxing career. However, after he won the championship from Liston in , the Nation of Islam was more receptive and agreed to publicize his membership.
He stayed in Chicago for about 12 years. Only a few journalists, most notably Howard Cosell, accepted the new name at that time. In spite of his abolitionist fervor, Clay owned more slaves in , when the 13th Amendment to the Constitution finally forbade its practice, than he had inherited from his father 37 years earlier.
Not afraid to antagonize the white establishment, Ali stated, "I am America. I am the part you won't recognize. But get used to me. Black, confident, cocky; my name, not yours; my religion, not yours; my goals, my own; get used to me. Aligning himself with the Nation of Islam, its leader Elijah Muhammad , and a narrative that labeled the white race as the perpetrator of genocide against African Americans made Ali a target of public condemnation.
The Nation of Islam was widely viewed by whites and some African Americans as a black separatist "hate religion" with a propensity toward violence; Ali had few qualms about using his influential voice to speak Nation of Islam doctrine. Integration is wrong. We don't want to live with the white man; that's all.
But there is an irony to the fact that while the Nation branded white people as devils, Ali had more white colleagues than most African American people did at that time in America, and continued to have them throughout his career. 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 does not 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 stated, "God created all people, no matter what their religion". He also stated, "If you're against someone because he's a Muslim that's wrong. If you're against someone because he's a Christian or a Jew, that's wrong".
In a 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. He said some people didn't like the change and stuck to Elijah's teachings, but he admired it and so left Elijah's teachings and became a follower of Sunni Islam. Ali had gone on the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca in , 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.
After the September 11 attacks in , he stated that "Islam is a religion of peace " and "does not promote terrorism or killing people", and that he was "angry that the world sees a certain group of Islam followers who caused this destruction, but they are not real Muslims.
They are racist fanatics who call themselves Muslims. In later life after retiring from boxing, Ali became a student of the Quran and a devout Muslim. He also developed an interest in Sufism , which he referenced in his autobiography, The Soul of a Butterfly. Gianotti, who was at Ali's bedside during his last days and ensured that although his funeral was interfaith , it was still in accordance with Islamic rites and rituals.
Ali said the idea was not to use the proceeds for profit, but to establish an international agency to help poor children. He added, "I love the music. I used to train to their music. Ali had a cameo role in the film version of Requiem for a Heavyweight , and during his exile from boxing, he starred in the short-lived Broadway musical, Buck White.
Senate and battles alongside former slaves and white sharecroppers to keep the land they have tended all their lives. 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. He played a role in the shaping of the black poetic tradition, paving the way for The Last Poets in , Gil Scott-Heron in , and the emergence of rap music in the s. In , Ali released an album of spoken word music on Columbia Records titled, I Am the Greatest , and in , he recorded a cover version of the rhythm and blues song " Stand by Me ".
Tooth Decay. Ali was an influential figure in the world of hip hop music. As a "rhyming trickster", he was noted for his "funky delivery", "boasts", "comical trash-talk", and "endless quotables. I done handcuffed lightning and throw thunder in jail. Just last week, I murdered a rock, Injured a stone, Hospitalized a brick. His hands can't hit what his eyes can't see. Now you see me, now you don't. George thinks he will, but I know he won't.
So confident in what he said; fluent, smooth, creative, and intimidating. He was a boxer and an activist, but he also had a role in influencing what now dominated pop-culture, hip-hop. Chuck D , a rapper for the band Public Enemy is the host.
Ali was involved with professional wrestling at different times in his career. On June 1, , as Ali was preparing for his bout with Inoki, he attended a match featuring Gorilla Monsoon. After the match was over, Ali removed his shirt and jacket and confronted professional wrestler Gorilla Monsoon in the ring after his match at a World Wide Wrestling Federation show in Philadelphia Arena. After dodging a few punches, Monsoon put Ali in an airplane spin and dumped him to the mat.
Ali stumbled to the corner, where his associate Butch Lewis convinced him to walk away. On March 31, , Ali was the special guest referee for the main event of the inaugural WrestleMania event. In , Ali led a group of Japanese and American professional wrestlers, including his opponent Antonio Inoki and Ric Flair , on a sports diplomacy mission to North Korea. Ali was guest of honor at the record-breaking Collision in Korea , a wrestling event with the largest attendance of all time.
Muhammad Ali's fights were some of the world's most-watched television broadcasts , setting television viewership records. His most-watched fights drew an estimated 1—2 billion viewers worldwide between and , and were the world's most-watched live television broadcasts at the time. The following table lists known viewership figures of his non-fight television appearances.
For television viewership figures of his fights, see Boxing career of Muhammad Ali: Television viewership. Ali was also an amateur artist and made dozens of drawings and paintings in the s. Ali took him up on the offer and produced several paintings for him to sell. In , Ali was diagnosed with Parkinson's Syndrome , which sometimes results from head trauma from violent physical activities such as boxing. Ali was known for being a humanitarian  and philanthropist.
It is estimated that Ali helped to feed more than 22 million people afflicted by hunger across the world. Ali began visiting Africa, starting in when he visited Nigeria and Ghana. In , Ali was recruited by President Jimmy Carter for a diplomatic mission to Africa, in an effort to persuade a number of African governments to join the US-led boycott of the Moscow Olympics in response to the Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan.
According to Ali biographer Thomas Hauser, "at best, it was ill-conceived; at worst, a diplomatic disaster. Ali was unable to explain why the African countries should join the US boycott when it had failed to support the African boycott of the Olympics in protest at Apartheid in South Africa , and was unaware that the Soviet Union was sponsoring popular revolutionary movements in Africa.
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. Ali did, however, convince the government of Kenya to boycott the Olympics. On January 19, , in Los Angeles, Ali talked a suicidal man down from jumping off a ninth-floor ledge, an event that made national news.
When asked to elaborate on his endorsement of Reagan, Ali told reporters, "He's keeping God in schools and that's enough. Around , the California Bicentennial Foundation for the U. Constitution selected Ali to personify the vitality of the U. Constitution and Bill of Rights. Ali rode on a float at the following year's Tournament of Roses Parade , launching the U.
Constitution's th birthday commemoration. In , Ali traveled to Iraq prior to the Gulf War , and met with Saddam Hussein in an attempt to negotiate the release of American hostages. Ali secured the release of the hostages, in exchange for promising Hussein that he would bring America "an honest account" of Iraq.
Despite arranging the hostages release, he received criticism from President George H. Bush , and Joseph C. Wilson , the highest-ranking American diplomat in Baghdad. The oral history was published in In , Ali campaigned to the United States government to come to the aid of refugees afflicted by the Rwandan genocide , and to donate to organizations helping Rwandan refugees.
In , he lit the flame at the Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia. It was watched by an estimated 3. On November 17, , Ali went to Afghanistan as the " U. Messenger of Peace. On July 27, , Ali was a titular bearer of the Olympic flag during the opening ceremonies of the Summer Olympics in London. He was helped to his feet by his wife Lonnie to stand before the flag due to his Parkinson's Syndrome rendering him unable to carry it into the stadium.
The press attributed his decline in wealth to several factors, including taxes consuming at least half of his income, management taking a third of his income,  his lifestyle, and spending on family, charity and religious causes. This is a trial from God. He gave me this illness to remind me that I am not number one; He is. Ali's bout with Parkinson's Syndrome led to a gradual decline in his health, though he was still active into the early years of the millennium, promoting his own biopic, Ali , in That year he also contributed an on-camera segment to the America: A Tribute to Heroes benefit concert.
In , Ali began working with actor Michael J. Fox , who has Parkinson's disease, to raise awareness and fund research for a cure. They made a joint appearance before Congress to push the case in In , Ali worked with the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Disease to raise awareness and encourage donations for research. In February , Ali's brother Rahman Ali said Muhammad could no longer speak and could be dead within days.
Ali was hospitalized in Scottsdale, Arizona , on June 2, , with a respiratory illness. Though his condition was initially described as fair, it worsened, and he died the following day at the age of 74 from septic shock. Following Ali's death, he was the number-one trending topic on Twitter for over 12 hours and on Facebook for several days. ESPN played four hours of non-stop commercial-free coverage of Ali.
He was mourned globally, and a family spokesman said the family "certainly believes that Muhammad was a citizen of the world But he only has one hometown. Ali's funeral had been pre-planned by himself and others for several years prior to his actual death. On June 10, , the funeral procession passed through the streets of Louisville ending at Cave Hill Cemetery , where his body was interred during a private ceremony.
Center was held during the afternoon of June If the measure of greatness is to gladden the heart of every human being on the face of the earth, then he truly was the greatest. In every way he was the bravest, the kindest and the most excellent of men. Ali remains the only three-time lineal heavyweight champion. He is the only boxer to be named The Ring magazine Fighter of the Year six times, and was involved in more Ring "Fight of the Year" bouts than any other fighter.
He was one of only three boxers to be named " Sportsman of the Year " by Sports Illustrated. Muhammad Ali was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in its first year and held wins over seven other Hall of Fame inductees during an era that has been called the golden age of heavyweight boxing. The Associated Press ranked him as the second best boxer and best heavyweight of the 20th century. This was controversial at the time, as within a week 12 of the 70 street signs were stolen.
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. In time, Muhammad Ali Boulevard—and Ali himself—came to be well accepted in his hometown.
Ali was named one of the most influential Americans of the 20th century by Life magazine in In , the Associated Press reported that Ali was tied with Babe Ruth as the most recognized athlete, out of over dead or living athletes, in America. At the end of the 20th century he was ranked at or near the top of most lists of the century's greatest athletes.
He was crowned Sportsman of the Century by Sports Illustrated. On June 5, , he received an honorary doctorate of humanities at Princeton University 's th graduation ceremony. 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 The mall opened in with Ali attending its opening.
The Muhammad Ali vs. Antonio Inoki fight played an important role in the history of mixed martial arts. Pride was acquired by its rival, Ultimate Fighting Championship , in The Muhammad Ali Boxing Reform Act was introduced in and passed in , to protect the rights and welfare of boxers in the United States. The annual award was originally created in and honors former "sports figures who embody the ideals of sportsmanship, leadership and philanthropy as vehicles for changing the world.
On January 13, , seven months or so after Ali's death, and 4 days before what would have been his 75th birthday, the Muhammad Ali Commemorative Coin Act was introduced into the th Congress — , as H. However, both "died" within 10 days. As a world champion boxer, social activist, sex symbol and pop culture icon, Ali was the subject of numerous creative works including books, films, music, video games, TV shows, and other.
Muhammad Ali was often dubbed the world's "most famous" person in the media. Ali appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated on 38 different occasions,  second only to Michael Jordan 's Martial artist and actor Bruce Lee was influenced by Ali, whose footwork he studied and incorporated into his own style while developing Jeet Kune Do in the s. On the set of Freedom Road Ali met Canadian singer-songwriter Michel,  and subsequently helped create Michel's album The First Flight of the Gizzelda Dragon and an unaired television special featuring them both.
Muhammad Ali , a DC Comics comic book pitting the champ against the superhero. The show's title itself was inspired by the quote "Different strokes for different folks" popularized in by Ali, who also inspired the title of the Syl Johnson song "Different Strokes", one of the most sampled songs in pop music history. The Muhammad Ali effect, named after Ali, is a term that came into use in psychology in the s, as he stated in The Greatest: My Own Story : "I only said I was the greatest, not the smartest.
Smith said the first thing Ali told him was: "Man, you're almost pretty enough to play me. In , Ali was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his contributions to the entertainment industry. Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns created the four-part documentary film Muhammad Ali , spanning over eight hours on Ali's entire life.
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