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When a young 12-year-old boy from Louisville, Kentucky, had the bicycle, his father had gifted, stolen he told the police officer that he wanted to “punch” the bicycle thief. The officer’s advice to this zealous child was: “You better learn to fight before you start fighting.” Chairperson, honourable judges’ ladies and gentlemen and my fellow students this young lad was none other than Muhammad Ali, better known as the ‘Titan of Boxing’ and the greatest heavyweight boxer of all time. His passion for showmanship and larger than life personality took his reputation beyond the ropes of the boxing ring as an activist and humanitarian. The focus of my speech will be Muhammad and his early life, career and retirement. The Ali we know today had not achieved this success just to show his strength or to look great but was motivated to change his early life experiences and to become something in life. Ali was descendent of slaves and was of African decent with smaller amounts of irish
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