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Muhammad Ali Fun Facts

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Muhammad Ali
Named after his father, who was named after an abolitionist, Cassius Clay changed his name after converting to Islam.
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Muhammad Ali
As a heavyweight, Ali weighed over 200 pounds in his professional fights. He stood at 6 feet, 3 inches tall, and had a 78-inch reach.
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Muhammad Ali
Ali still named "Cassius Clay" at the time, was expected to lose to the more experienced Liston but won after seven rounds.
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Muhammad Ali
As an amateur, Ali competed in the 175-pound division, known as the "light-heavyweight" division.
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Muhammad Ali
Ali refused to fight in the Vietnam War and was denied conscientious objector status because he admitted that there were some wars he would be willing to fight in.
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Muhammad Ali
The so-called "Fight of the Century" lasted a grueling 15 rounds, with neither fighter getting knocked out. Instead, Frazier won by unanimous decision.
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Muhammad Ali
In Zaire, now the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ali's victory over Foreman took place with an eighth-round knockout.
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Muhammad Ali
Ali only lost 5 matches in his entire professional boxing career, and 37 of his wins came about by knockout.
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Muhammad Ali
Ali released two studio albums featuring his spoken word poetry in 1963 and 1976.