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  • Muhammad Ali

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    of was a gifted boxer named Muhammad Ali. Ali made is first marked as an amateur, then as professional. Ali went through many hard trail in his life, and one of them will change the future. Which will alter lead him to become the greatest Muhammad Ali. Ali is one of the most famous boxer of all time. Ali has many interesting facts about his early life,amateur career, Olympics career, personal life, professional boxing career Vietnam War, and resistance to the draft. Ali became one of the most respected

  • Muhammad Ali Essay

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    Muhammad Ali Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr. later known as Muhammad Ali, was a black boxer, and was proud of it. Many African Americans were ashamed of their color, but Ali was different. He was the first boxer to win the Heavyweight Championship 3 different times. He had a great personality and was liked by the people. During his life, he made big decisions that changed the course of his life completely. Muhammad Ali's journey through life was a great inspiration for African American people, but

  • Muhammad Ali Significance

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    What was the significance of Muhammad Ali’s response to the war? The significance of Muhammad Ali’s response to the Vietnam war was impeccable, because he showed others what's it is like to take a stand against something that you don't believe in. Muhammad Ali did the impossible by fighting against the system. Ali was brave and took a challenge that others would not execute, regardless of the repercussions he would take on.They tried to black ball

  • Muhammad Ali Essay

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    was a gifted boxer named Muhammad Ali. He made his mark as an amateur, then as a professional. "The Greatest" was the self-proclaimed nickname of Ali, but so many people agreed that it stuck. He went through trials and tribulations in his life, which make him a historic icon. Muhammad Ali is known for being "The Greatest" boxer of all time, but unlike other athletes he is remembered for his out of the ring actions as well as his athletic accomplishments. Muhammad Ali was born Cassius Mercellus

  • Muhammad Ali Essay

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    heavyweight boxing champion of the world, Muhammad Ali, spoke out powerfully and very visibly in criticizing the war and the drafting of unwilling men to fight in it. Although Ali was usually a heavy favorite in the ring, he was used to being an underdog in his life. Ali was often ridiculed for being an African American Muslim, and many didn’t heed either his ideas based on his religion or the color of his skin. As Thomas Hauser captured in his biography of Ali, Muhammad Ali: His Life and Times, the great athlete’s

  • Biography: Muhammad Ali

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    Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr. also known as Muhammad Ali is a famous and a very talented boxer. He was born on January 17, 1942 in Louisville, Kentucky. Cassius, named after his father, grew up in a good home. He had both parents and was the older of two brothers. His father painted billboard and signs for a living while his mother was a stay at home mom. He was first gained interest in boxing by Louisville police officer and boxing coach Joe E. Martin, who meet the 12-year-old over a thief taking

  • Muhammad Ali Essay

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    Muhammad Ali Cassius Clay was just a boxer. A boxer who captured the hearts of Americans while winning the 1960’s Olympic gold. Here was a young man at the age of 18, representing the greatest nation on the planet and making his people proud. He would again gain the fascination of America with his defeat of the anti-hero of the time Sonny Liston. However, this hero famed across mainstream America would not last, all it would take was a man finding himself. Introducing Muhammed Ali, another

  • The Accomplishments Of Muhammad Ali Essay

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    Abstract: Muhammad Ali faced many hardships through his life and through his career. His personality, traits, and mindset shaped him to be one of the most influential athletes in history. Ali shows basic characteristics of a leader and through his continued adversities shows and promotes many theories that changed and influenced many of his followers. Through his ability to apply his big five traits and transformational leadership style he became a legendary icon. Background: Muhammad Ali was a former

  • Muhammad Ali Essay

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    Muhammad Ali1 Muhammad Ali is one of the most recognized faces on planet Earth; known not just for being one of the best fighters in the history of boxing, but for being one of the most knowledgeable persons of the twentieth century. Ali wasn't always known by that name though, he was born Cassius Marcellus Clay on January 17, 1942 in Louisville, Kentucky, him and his younger brother Rudolph had many small conflicts like any brothers would have, but they were, and still are blessed with having

  • Muhammad Ali Is NOT a Hero Essay

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    Muhammad Ali Is NOT a Hero To be a hero, someone could save others, respect their country, and care. The firefighters from the Fire Department of New York have all of these characteristics, even thought they aren't perfect. Everyday, they risk their lives to save others. They show their patriotism even on the trucks they drive through the cities. Most of all they don't just do it because it's their job; they do it because they care. Unlike the people at FDNY, Muhammad Ali is violent