Legendary boxer Muhammad Ali, passed away in Arizona Hospital, Phoenix. The former heavyweight champion, 74, was few days back admitted in the hospital after respiratory issues. Also Read- Muhammad Ali, who riveted the world as ‘The Greatest,’ dies
Ali was known for his fighting spirit and was perhaps the world’s most famous personality at one time. He was born as Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr. in Louisville, Kentucky on January 17, 1942. The three-time world heavyweight champion later converted to Islam in 1975.
In 1999, Ali was named as the Sportsman of the Century by Sports Illustrated. He retired from boxing at the age of 39 and three years later Ali revealed about Parkinson’s disease. Also Check- 10 times ‘boxing legend’ Muhammad Ali tweeted motivation
The legend married four times and is now survived by his wife Yolanda Lonnie Williams and his nine children. Ali’s youngest daughter, Laila Ali, followed footsteps of her father and became a professional boxer. She retired in 207.
Ali participated in total of 61 fights and had an impressive record of 56 wins. Out of which 37 were knock-outs. And the ”greatest” boxer lost just five throughout his career.
Here is a look at his top 10 knock-outs combined in one video-