Muhammad Ali man. I was going through Twitter and this video popped up on my feed and it’s just a reminder that sports is going to be back. And sports legends really should not be taken for granted. We all watch sports for so many reasons, but one is for the personalities, and the inspirations that these legends give us. So when sports do come back.. reminder don’t every forget how blessed we are to be entertained.
Reminder Muhammad Ali was a great boxer but he was more than that ??
— Sports ON Tap (@SONTHighlights) March 25, 2020
Here are some other great Muhammad Ali moments:
Muhammad Ali's visit to Cairo, Egypt in 1964. pic.twitter.com/i2kZQ0eF5I
— North Africa – ???????? ? ?????? – ?? – (@discoverNAfrica) March 27, 2020
Muhammad Ali standing on the staircase of the Lords Pavilion in June 1966.
Everything is right with this photograph! pic.twitter.com/OeBXsFswpZ
— Dan Redford (@danredford70) March 30, 2020
It's just a job. Grass grows, birds fly, waves pound the sand. I beat people up. – Muhammad Ali pic.twitter.com/Rx71vNMk5N
— History Lovers Club (@historylvrsclub) April 2, 2020
Muhammad Ali and Cus D'Amato messing around – 2 legends of boxing ?? pic.twitter.com/v79CDMiiIz
— KO KINGS (@KOKINGS4) March 20, 2020
Muhammad Ali (May Allah have mercy on him) was asked what he’d like people to think of him when he’s gone. He responded beautifully. pic.twitter.com/GetDuRysZJ
— . (@Alhamdhulillaah) March 22, 2020
The most powerful sports moment of all time.
The entrance of the 1996 Olympic Flame into the Olympic Stadium and the Lighting of the Cauldron by Muhammad Ali hosted by Bob Costas & Dick Enberg.
Should be noted Costas & Enberg did not know Ali was apart of this. 100% Unscripted. pic.twitter.com/tn02EzxE4v
— Alex Feuz (@AlexFeuz) March 21, 2020