Muhammad Ali BioGraphy

As a boxer, Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr broke all possible rules for fighting. In doing so, he created his own fighting style. In his style there was a “dance” around the opponent with evasion of punches, work from a distance, a preference for attacks to the head, rather than to the body. All this was based on the high speed of fighting, unusual for heavy weight boxers. This style often let Ali down, as it lacked defensive elements, only offense. The boxer was rescued by the force of his blow. In those years, it was considered the most powerful on the planet – 1 ton. Ali also possessed tremendous stamina and a strong skull.

Muhammad Ali BioGraphy

Boxer Muhammad Ali died at the age of 74. He was admitted to the hospital on June 3, 2016 in a serious condition due to breathing problem. He breathed his last in a hospital in Phoenix area of America. The birthplace of him is Scottsdale, Arizona, United States. He was born on June 3, 2016. His initial name was Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr. Ali began boxing training at the age of 12 and won the World Heavyweight Championship at the age of just 22, defeating Sonny Liston in 1964. Shortly after this victory, he changed his name to join the ‘Nation of Islam’ started by Wallace de Fred Muhammad in Detroit. Three years after his famous victory, he refused to join the US military. Behind this, he argued that his religious beliefs were hurt due to America’s participation in the Vietnam War. Ali was arrested and stripped of his heavyweight title for refusing the army. Due to legal issues, Ali could not fight for the next four years.

In 1971, the US Supreme Court overturned his sentence. Ali’s decision to sincerely refuse to go to war made him a hero of those who were against the war. Popularly known as Cassius Clay, this boxer converted to Sunni Islam in 1975. Thirty years later, he took the path of Sufism. Influenced by famous wrestler George Wagner, Ali used to handle press conferences and interviews on his own without relying on any manager. Ali, 6 feet 3 inches tall, fought 61 fights in his career and won 56 out of which 37 were decided in the knockout. He had to face defeat only five times in his career. Among Ali’s many nicknames, the most famous were The Greatest, The People’s Champion, and The Louisville Lip.

Fight With Patterson

Considered one of the greatest boxers in the world, he lost to Parkinson. He won most of the fights in his professional career by knockout. Ali, 6 feet 3 inches tall, fought 61 fights in his career and won 56 out of which 37 were decided in the knockout. He had to face defeat only five times in his career. Ali won the world championship title in 1964, 1974 and again in 1978.

Real Name  Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr
Nick Name
  • The Greatest
  • The People’s Champion
  • The Louisville Lip
Date of Death June 3, 2016
Date Of Birth August 14, 1987
Nationality American
Religion Islam
Died Place Scottsdale, Arizona, U.S
Birth Place Louisville, Kentucky, U.S
  • American professional boxer
  • Activist
  • Entertainer
  • Poet
  • Philanthropist
Resting place Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Kentucky
  • Muhammad Ali Center
  • Muhammad Ali Mural, Los Angele
Father Cassius Marcellus Clay Sr.
Mother Odessa Grady Clay
Sister Laila Amaria Ali
Brother  Name Rahman Ali
  • Sonji Roi (M:1964 , Div  1966)
  •  Belinda Boyd (M : 1967 , Div 1977)
  • Veronica Porché Ali ( M: 1977 , Div 1986)
  • Yolanda Williams (M :  1986)
School Central High School
University Don’t know
Qualification Don’t know
  Physical Status
Muhammad Ali BioGraphy Cover Pic
Height 6 ft 3 in (191 cm)
Body Athletic
Weight 224.5 pounds Approx
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Shoe Size 13 (US)
Chest Size Approx 44 Inches
Biceps Size Approx 14 Inches
Waist Size Approx 36 Inches
Dress size 12 (US)
 Relationship Status
Are you married ? Yes
Is  he gay No
Any Affair No
Ex Wife Name
  • Sonji Roi (M:1964 , Div  1966)
  •  Belinda Boyd (M : 1967 , Div 1977)
  • Veronica Porché Ali ( M: 1977 , Div 1986)
Wife Name Yolanda Williams (M :  1986)

Personal Life

Nicknamed ‘The Greatest, The People’s Champion and The Louisville Lip’, Ali had four marriages with whom he had seven daughters and two sons. Their name is Khaliah Ali,  Laila Ali, Muhammad Ali Jr, Hana Ali, Maryum Ali, Rasheda Ali,  Jamillah Ali, Asaad Amin and Miya Ali. His grandchildren are named Curtis Muhammad Conway Jr., Jake Joyce , Nico Walsh,  Biaggio Ali Walsh, Sydney J. Conway and     Jacob Wertheimer.


But time took its toll. Around 1980, the first signs of Parkinson’s disease appeared, which, having weakened his body to the limit, many years later, albeit indirectly, brought him to the grave. He lost the last two fights of his career. And in both of these cases, more than half of the people in the audience were crying. And the tears shed at the TVs would be enough for a decent salt lake. Life left him gradually. He was already barely moving his tongue, but still did not go into his pocket for a word. When asked how he feels about the fact that terrorists profess the same religion as him, Ali replied: “What do you think about the fact that you profess the same religion as Hitler?” But the day came when he completely stopped speaking. And on June 3, 2016, he stopped breathing, leaving behind a void that hardly anyone will fill.

After Career

After retiring from sports life, Ali taught the youth not to make this sport their profession. This is what their life struggle says. He suffered from Parkinson’s disease due to serious brain injuries sustained during boxing. Nowadays, he is encouraging his daughter Laila to compete in boxing by making her proficient in boxing.

Net Worth

When he died, his net worth was $90 million. Now all his property belongs to his children.

Frequently Ask Question 

Ques :  When did he stop talking?
Ans :  From the ages of 26 to 39

Ques :  What was his’s IQ?
Ans : 78

Ques :  Is he Indian?
Ans : No

Ques :  Was he Black?
Ans : Yes

Ques :  How many times did he get married?
Ans : Four Time

Ques :  What happened to him?
Ans : He died on June 3, 2016

Ques :  What religion was him?
Ans : Islam

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