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Ali wrote own story – Clinton

Former President Bill Clinton has closed out the memorial service to Muhammad Ali by calling him a “man of faith” who took “perfect gifts we all have” and released them to the world.

‘The Greatest’ laid to rest

Thousands of people from the worlds of sports, entertainment, politics and Muhammad Ali’s native Louisville on Friday said farewell to the boxing legend hailed by Bill Clinton as a ‘‘universal soldier for our common humanity.’’

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Ali lived an extraordinary life

Ali, who came of age amid the turmoil of the civil rights movement and the Vietnam War, dazzled the boxing world as a youngster with his speed, never before seen in his weight class.

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‘The Greatest’ is gone

Heavyweight boxing legend Muhammad Ali, an icon of the 20th Century whose fame transcended the sport during a remarkable career that spanned three decades, died Friday, his family said.

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Freddie wages  own war

Freddie Roach, the trainer who has prepared Manny Pacquiao to step into the ring against Floyd Mayweather for the biggest fight of his life, wages his own constant war against Parkinson’s Disease.

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