When he stepped into the professional boxing ring for the first time he changed the sport forever. No! It’s not you Floyd Mayweather, Jr. We’re talking about the Greatest Of All Time (G.O.A.T) Muhammad Ali. No one had seen a heavyweight fighter with such speed and grace, nor heard one that spoke like a poet. And no one except him to fly in the face of authority and risk everything for his beliefs.
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