Muhammad Ali Essay | Muhammed Ali

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Muhammed Ali

Summary: The feature article, Freedom Fighter, written by Sean O'Hagan shows the courage which Ali preached and practised, compared to other heroes of other sporting divisions. Ali is not just a sporting hero but, as the author pointed out, is a "modern existential hero".
Muhammad Ali

Feature Article Analysis

What strikes me most about the feature article, Freedom Fighter, written by Sean O'Hagan is the courage which Ali preached and practised, compared to other heroes of other sporting divisions. To me Ali is not just a sporting hero, but as the author pointed out a "modern existential hero" I especially admire his standing up and insisting on doing what he believed to be right, at the peril of his image, popularity, sporting career and most of all his physical freedom. I hold him in extremely high regard due to the magnitude of what he stood up for, namely the freedom of the black population in America. Today's sporting heroes are paid to deliver constructive powerful messages.. Ali wasn't paid to publicize and bring into the spotlight black differential treatment in America but choose to, contrasting the "don't do drugs" motto upheld by...

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