Muhammad Ali Left Behind An Incredible Legacy (17 pics)

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  • 7 Jun, 2016  |
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During his time here on Earth Muhammad Ali inspired millions of people all around the world. Unfortunately Ali is no longer with us, but although he's gone, he will never be forgotten thanks to his legendary legacy.

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№1 Author: styopa (7 Jun 2016 20:13) Total user comments: 1538


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Funny, I remember him as the first draft-dodger I knew about, and then later learned he was so racist he even played the race card against Joe Frazier.
Not a great guy, no. Might have been a boxing legend, but as a human? Nah.
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№2 Author: ZZ9PluralZAlpha (9 Jun 2016 01:59) Total user comments: 82


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Well, he was not a draft dodger, he was a conscientious objector, and considering its the Vietnam War were talking about here, to claim this was a personal moral failing is beyond laughable.
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