#2
wat


EDIT: I thought he died in the 80s anyways
It's over simplified, So what!

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#3
Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee, shake like I was in the back to the future movies.


Seriously though, I wish him well, it always made me sad seeing him all fragile in public appearances the last years.
And what is more, there's been a bloody purple nose and some bloody purple clothes that were messing up the lobby floor. It's just apartment house rules so all you 'partment fools remember : one man's ceiling is another man's floor.
#4
He's so bad he makes medicine sick.
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#10
Let an old man die in peace and with dignity, not in newspapers or on TV.
This kind of media attention makes me sick.
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#11
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Let an old man die in peace and with dignity, not in newspapers or on TV.
This kind of media attention makes me sick.

he's a loved public icon, be sick by yourself while the rest of us care about someone
#12
Greatest athlete of all time.
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#16
That's a real shame. He's pretty much the last symbol of the boxing world.
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#18
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Muhammad Ali in his prime as a boxer, or what people remember of Ali, is what you think of as a public icon. This icon will never die.

This is an old man dying of parkinsons, his name is Cassius Clay.

Typical media incorrectness.
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#19
I just started boxing last month. Only really just got into appreciating him.

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#20
He's a pretty inspirational dude. Barely even arrogance, just more self belief than the rest of us put together.
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#21
He was a right cvnt to Joe Frasier and George Foreman but a lot of that was the nation of Islam influence in bankrolling him

Question... would a prime Tyson defeat a prime Ali?
#22
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Question... would a prime Tyson defeat a prime Ali?


Yeah, I reckon he would. Tyson's defence was unbelievable. Probably slower than Ali with his jabs but I think Tyson threw a stronger punch. Would be a hell of a fight though.
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#23
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He was a right cvnt to Joe Frasier and George Foreman but a lot of that was the nation of Islam influence in bankrolling him

Question... would a prime Tyson defeat a prime Ali?

Tyson was a pure animal. I'd say he would.

The only times I've ever really seen Ali's arrogant side was when he was just stirring up shit for the bouts.
#24
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He was a right cvnt to Joe Frasier and George Foreman but a lot of that was the nation of Islam influence in bankrolling him

Question... would a prime Tyson defeat a prime Ali?

I'd go with Tyson as well. Just an absolute beast
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#27
Could listen to that guy talk for ages, man.
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#28
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Question... would a prime Tyson defeat a prime Ali?

Would be the greatest fight in the history of the sport.


This is sad news.
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#29
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He was a right cvnt to Joe Frasier and George Foreman but a lot of that was the nation of Islam influence in bankrolling him

Question... would a prime Tyson defeat a prime Ali?



Tyson would win it but it would last till the end.

Id imagine Ali to get knocked around at the start but then learn Tyson's pattern and get his feet shuffling keeping Tyson chasing like he did to Foreman.

Only thing is Tyson wont wear down and eventually he'd land that right hook for the lights out. Would be an amazing match.

Tyson's Defense and Aggression vs Ali's Speed and Intellignece.
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#30
http://www.latimes.com/sports/sportsnow/la-sp-sn-muhammad-ali-ailing-20130204,0,6024808.story


Muhammad Ali is OK, daughter says, refuting rumors he's near death

May May Ali, Muhammad Ali's daughter, said that contrary to reports, her father is not near death and that he watched the Super Bowl on Sunday.
"He's fine; in fact, he was talking well this morning," she said in a telephone interview with the Associated Press on Sunday. "These rumors pop up every once in a while but there's nothing to them."

The rumors were started by a report in a British tabloid quoting Ali's brother, Rahman, as saying the former heavyweight champion was near death. The article was shared multiple times on Facebook and Twitter, causing the rumor that Muhammad Ali was near death to grow.

Rahman later said he hasn't seen or had contact with his brother since last summer.

Ali suffers from Parkinson's disease. He celebrated his 71st birthday last month.



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#31
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He was a right cvnt to Joe Frasier and George Foreman but a lot of that was the nation of Islam influence in bankrolling him

Question... would a prime Tyson defeat a prime Ali?

Probably be a similar story to the Frazier vs Ali series, they'd split it.

Frazier vs Tyson would be amazing.
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#34
He's had Parkinson's for like ever.


Must be from not getting hit in the jellybowl enough times.
#35
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He's had Parkinson's for like ever.


Must be from not getting hit in the jellybowl enough times.


Joe Frazier boasted that he caused Ali's Parkinsons and was quite proud of it.
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