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  <h1 id="title">Muhammad Ali</h1>
   <p>         "I am the greatest, I said that even before I knew I was."</p>
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     <figcaption id="img-caption">Muhammad Ali standing over oppenent in victory after landing finishing blow
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 <h2>How he became the "greatest of all times":<h2>
       <li><u>18 years old</u> - Cassius Clay entered the 1960 Olympic games in Rome, Italy and won the gold medal by beating Zbigniew Pietrzykowski, of Poland, by decision. </li>
     <li><u>22 years old</u> - Clay faught Sonny Liston for the first and shocked the world by beating via technical knockout and becoming one of the youngest world heavyweight champions in history. </li>
     <li><u>22 years old</u> - Clay made the announcement to the world with the help of Elijah Muhammad that he changed his name to Muhammad Ali. </li>
     <li><u>25 years old</u> - Ali refused enlistment in the U.S. army citing moral objections to the war in Vietnam which led to him being barred from boxing and his title being stripped. </li>
     <li><u>28 years old</u> - Ali had his boxing licence reinstated and became a polarising figuire to white Americans but a hero to African Americans and a pivotal figuire in the civil rights movement.  </li>
     <li><u>29 years old</u> - Ali challenged the current world heavyweight champion Joe frazier which became the biggest fight in history at the time, Ali lost by unanimous decision in 15 rounds, this was the first defeat of his career. </li>
     <li><u>29 years old</u> - The U.S. Supreme Court reversed Ali’s conviction he recieved when he was 25 years old for refusing to fight in the war.  </li>
     <li><u>32 years old</u> - Ali and Frazier had a rematch of there historic bout three years earlier and Ali avenged his only defeat within 12 rounds.   </li>
     <li><u>32 years old</u> - Ali took on the biggest in ring challenge of his career by agreeing to fight the undefeated George Foreman and the underdog Ali won in thrilling fashion in the eighth round. The fight is famously remembered as the "Rumble in the jungle".   </li>
     <li><u>33 years old</u> - Ali faught Frazier for the last time in thier rubber match and Ali was victorious by technical knockout in the 14th round. The fight was another classic in boxing history named the "Thrilla in Manila"  </li>
    <li><u>36 years old</u> - Ali would face and lose to olympic champion Leon spinks by 15 round split decision. Later in year Ali would avenge this loss and become the first three time world heavyweight champion </li>
      <li><u>37 years old</u> - Ali retired from professional boxing for the first time  </li>
      <li><u>42 years old</u> - Ali had symptoms of the degenerative brain disease Parkinsons in prior years and was officially diagnosed   </li>
      <li><u>54 years old</u> - Ali lights the Olympic cauldron during the Opening Ceremony for the Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games. He also received a replacement gold medal for the one he won in 1960  </li>
     <li><u>74 years old</u> - Ali dies in Phoenix, after being hospitalized with respiratory issues.  </li>
     <h3>The source used in this tribute page can be found
       <a id="tribute-link"


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