04 Jun Muhammad Ali Dies at 74 After Battling with Parkinson’s Disease for 32 Years
Legendary boxer Muhammad Ali who is widely recognized as the best of all time in boxing history died on Friday evening (UCT) following the day he was rushed to the hospital due to difficulty in breathing.
For 32 years, three-time World Heavyweight Champion boxer Muhammad Ali fought with Parkinson’s Disease. He has been hospitalized several times already in the recent years. And on Thursday, he was brought to a hospital outside Phoenix, Arizona after he was found barely breathing at his home, and during the transfer, a source said that Ali was having an unshakeable cough. Since then, he had been on life support. On Friday, his family rushed to his bedside after doctors monitoring Ali’s condition warned that Ali is just hours from death.