Muhammad Ali Essay | Muhammad Ali

This student essay consists of approximately 8 pages of analysis of Muhammad Ali.
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Muhammad Ali

Summary: This essay is about Muhammad Ali's religous beliefs, as they affected his career as a boxer. Focuses on his Vietnam war protest as well.
Throughout the century, there have been several athletes to grace the entertainment spectrum, none however compare to Muhammad Ali. Ali was originally born Cassius Marcellus Clay, in Louisville, Kentucky on January 18, 1942. He was an outstanding boxer, by some even considered the best of all time. A very outspoken individual, he consistently shared his beliefs with the media. He worked in accordance with famous civil rights leaders such as Martin Luther King and Malcolm X. Ali's collaboration with the Muslim faith led to beliefs that would jeopardize his boxing career.

Clay started fighting at the age of 12, won two national Golden Gloves middleweight championships and an AAU national light-heavyweight title. After graduating from high school, Clay won the light-heavyweight gold medal at the 1960 Olympics in Rome. In his early pro bouts, Clay showed unbelievable speed for his size, and had exceptional hand and foot coordination. As he developed, he...

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