Date of birth: January 17, 1942
Date of death: June 3, 2016 (Aged: 74)
Height: 191 cm (6 ft 3 in)
Weight: 90 kg (200 pounds)
Muhammad Ali measurements:
Chest size: 117 cm (46 in)
Waist size: 91, 5 cm (36 in)
Biceps: 43 cm (17 in)
Feet size: 12 US (47 EU)
Eye color: Dark Brown
Hair Color: Black
He was tall, he was light and he was extremely fast. Muhammad Ali was born to fight and he was fighting during his whole life, when finally he lost his last duel on the 3rd of June, 2016.
His real name was Cassius Clay. Cassius was strong from the very childhood and bigger than all the other boys in his neighborhood.
He was fond of sports and liked running and cycling. Once his bicycle was stolen and the boy got furious. He told to the policeman that he would beat the thief to death. The thief had never been found, but Clay Jr. started to go in for boxing to be ready to meet his bike burglar.
Soon he got interested. Cassius was extremely talented. He could win the fight with the strongest fellow in the club.
His great physiques helped him to win. He was huge, his fists were enormous and nobody could resist him.
Soon Cassius Clay changed his name into Muhammad Ali. He converted to Islam and refused to go to Vietnam War to kill people. He avoided military service and was punished for that. But it didn’t stop a standout boxer.
Muhammad Ali was ready to train from morning till night. He was training for hours, when each muscle in his body hurt him. He did everything to become a champion and he fulfilled his dream!
He got his first medal at the age of 18 and then threw it into the river, when he found the café with white racists. No black people were allowed to enter the cafe. It made the Champion upset.
He got another medal instead of lost one in 1996 in Atlanta.
Muhammad Ali had a tall body, he was strong, but he had heart problems since he was 16. The boxer suffered from Parkinson disease too.
He died on June, 2016 from respiratory failure. His personal trainer, Angelo Dundee, died several years earlier. He created special program for Ali, which helped him remain strong and fast during many years. Muhammad practiced strength training and sparring.
He was dieting during the whole life. Ali had eggs and orange juice for breakfast. He liked steak and chicken breasts for lunch. The talented boxer ate jacket potatoes and green beans for dinner.
He was married 4 times in his life and had an only daughter, who followed her father’s pace and started career of a pro boxer.
He had spent wonderful life. During the last years he became a very religious person and spent much money for charity.
Ali was asked: “What would you like people to think about you when you are gone?”
“I would like for them to say.
He took a few cups of love.
He took one tablespoon of patience,
One tea spoon of generosity,
One pin of kindness;
He took one quater of laughter,
one pinch of concern,
And then he mixed willingness.
He added lot of faith,
and he stirred it up well.
Then he spread it over a span of
a life time, and he served it to
each and every deresving
person he met”.