GREAT BOXING LEGEND
THE BEST OF THE BEST
Once upon a time in the bustling city of Louisville, Kentucky, a young boy named Cassius Clay was born on January 17, 1942. Little did anyone know that this boy would grow up to become one of the greatest boxers in history, known to the world as Muhammad Ali.
From a young age, Cassius Clay showed a natural talent for boxing. He began training under the guidance of his coach, Joe Martin, who recognized his potential and nurtured his skills. Clay's dedication and relentless work ethic soon started paying off as he began winning amateur boxing matches and championships.
As Clay's boxing career took off, he also developed a strong sense of identity and purpose. He converted to Islam and changed his name to Muhammad Ali, which he believed better reflected his newfound faith and his African roots. Ali also became known for his charismatic personality and his ability to captivate the audience with his quick wit and poetic speeches.
Date of Birth: 17th January 1942
Time of Birth: 6:35pm
Place of Birth: Louisville (KY) USA
Time Zone: 6hrs