Muhammad Ali, Boxer and Philanthropist

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Portrait of Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali, the boxer, was born in Louisville, Kentucky. His original name is Cassius Marcellus Clay.

He won the Golden Gloves Tournament in 1959 and he won the Olympic gold metal in 1960.

Muhammad has Parkinson’s disease, but that did not stop him from winning all his boxing matches in the 1960s.

He gives a lot of money to charity.