ESPN and ABC we'll be airing a charity benefit that took place at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas where Muhammed Ali was honored and recognized following his 70th birthday last month January 17th. Muhammed Ali was an incredible Kentucky born boxer with an amazing record of 56 wins, 5 losses and 37 knockouts. During any of the Muhammed Ali fights he fought with the determination and dedication of a champion, he was deservingly coined the people's champion and was a true champion athlete.
Muhammad Ali had continued to fight beyond a Dr. Recommendation to retire. As a result many speculate that his development of Parkinson’s was brought on by one too many blows to the head. It is hard to say for certain whether or not his fighting career caused his Parkinson’s or if you would have had Parkinson’s regardless, what is certain is that even though Muhammed Ali developed Parkinson’s he didn't lie down for it.
Muhammed Ali went on after his fighting career ended to become an asset to civil liberties. Mohammed Ali has tirelessly fought for the rights of others, he places the needs of others before himself and as a result has helped to better the lives of the unfortunate around the world. Muhammed Ali never stopped fighting, he merely changed his arena, his opponents, his style and his reasons. He may no longer use his physical strength, though that has hardly taken away from his strength. Muhammed Ali was once considered the peoples champion as a boxer and he has become the peoples champion to the world.