Muhammad Ali (born: Cassius Marcus Clay, Jr. January 17, 1942 – June 3, 2016) was former American professional boxer, who is said to be the world’s largest heavyweight boxer in game history. Ali has been a 3-time heavyweight champion.  He has won the Sports Personality of the Century from BBC and Sports Illustrated of Sportsman of the Century. Ali is known for his footwork and punch in the arena Were.
Ali is the only World Heavyweight Champion to win the Lionel Championship three times, winning the title in 1964, 1974, and 1978. Between 25 February, 1964, and 19 September 1964, Ali ruled as a heavyweight boxing champion. They were given the nickname “Greatest”. These included many historical boxing matches The most notable of these are “Fight of the Century (Battle of the Century)”, “Super Fight 2 (Super Action II)” and “Thriller in Manila (Thrillers in Manila)” versus its rival Joe Frazier, “Rumble in the Jungle” versus George Foreman, etc. Ali retired from boxing in 1981.
He Died on 3 june 2016