Jun 10, 2016, 6:21 a.m.
In the days following the passing of Muhammad Ali, the world feted him. Heaps of praise and adulation from both old and young were delivered. ‘The Champ’, ‘The Greatest’ in his latter years was treated like a citizen of the world. But in the early meat of his life, in his twenties, a large section of the world loathed him. They called him brash, a disgrace to his race, someone unbefitting of the company as beloved fighters with the names Lewis, Moore, Patterson and even Liston.
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