BREAKING: Muhammad Ali has died aged 74 11



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Earlier this morning we reported boxing legend Muhammad Ali was on life support. We now have breaking news that the 74-year-0ld has died.

It’s a shock for not only his fans but people who knew his story – he was famous across the world and one of the most recognisable sports figures ever.

Nicknamed “The Greatest”, NBC News reports a family spokesman confirmed the news.

“After a 32-year battle with Parkinson’s disease, Muhammad Ali has passed away at the age of 74. The three-time World Heavyweight Champion boxer died this evening,” Bob Gunnell, a family spokesman said.

RIP, Muhammad Ali. You inspired many and will live on as The Greatest.

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  1. Met him in Singapore in 1973 and have his autograph. Such a quiet and gentle man, not a bit like his ‘boxing persona’. So sorry. My late husband lived with Parkinson’s the last ten years of his life. Passed away at 74 from respiratory problems too. RIP Muhammad Ali.

  2. Prayers and thoughts to his family!💐💖💙🌈💜

  3. My hero – The greatest boxer – talent and humour the world has ever experienced. So sad to hear he has passed away.
    To his friends, family and the world ” Remembered but never ever forgotten. R.I.P

    Tom Hanlon
    Western Australia.

  4. A great and good man has left this world such sad news

  5. May he rest in peace and deepest condolences to his family a true legend

  6. He will be sadly missed, he was the greatest…

  7. You gave us great entertainment. The world has lossed a great great legend. RIP

  8. The greatest. What a legend and perfected the art of a true showman and entertainer. Rip x

  9. As Cassius Clay he became an Olympic Champion. And gained nothing fighting for this cause.
    As Mohammed Ali he became a Peoples Champion. And gained the world in his fight against an unjust cause.
    A Champion of Fighting Rings.
    Self Proclaimed his Gloat.
    A Champion of Peace he Stings.
    The Greatest to ever Float.

  10. I am so sad at the passing of this great athlete..yes a GREAT athlete. A man who showed the world how you can be a gentle man and be a fighter at the same time. A man who entertained in sport, so good. Farewell mate, I’ll be watching out for you in the next life.

  11. This is a good opportunity to express my memory of this great athlete
    What a larger than life man.he added inspiration to lives and I offer my condolences to his family from a 69 year lady inSydney Australia😔🌹🌹🌹

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