Years after passing on, Legendary Boxer Mohammed Ali is still truly missed and remembered by many. On a day like today on the 17th of January 1942, is when Mohammed Ali was born and died on 3rd June 2016.
To mark his birthdate, his daughter Laila Ali who is a retired professional boxer, has shared a very emotional message on her Facebook page. "Happy Born Day Pops! He had a heart of gold & pure intentions. He was his own man; he was a real one. That’s what truly made him the GREATEST in my eyes. Although he is missed, I know he’s in a better place now. Talking, walking, boxing...being is EXTRAORDINARY beautiful self," Laila Ali posted.
Fans and lovers of Mohammed Ali have flocked the comment section of Laila Ali's post saying how much of a fighter and impactful person he was when he was alive. "His example saved me from a life of misery and poverty. I am forever thankful for this MAN. His example of a MAN (perfect and flawed) provided me a blue print and guidance. Along with my own Father, this man will be forever a Hero to me. The entire man and not just the good media parts," one of his fans Sheldon Jackson commented.
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