In 1964, the famous boxer changed his name to Muhammad Ali as a result of converting to the Islamic religion. Muhammad stands for being praiseworthy, and Ali stands for the most high. Prior to the name change, he was Cas... More »

Muhammad Ali died on June 3, 2016. Since retiring from boxing, Ali worked as a philanthropist to raise money and awareness for numerous charities and causes, including Parkinson's disease, the Make-a-Wish Foundation and ... More »

Muhammad Ali is retired, but he occasionally comments on current boxing issues through his Twitter account or through press releases from the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville, Kentucky. In May of 2014, Ali mourned the l... More »

Muhammad Ali died on June 3, 2016. Since retiring from boxing, Ali worked as a philanthropist to raise money and awareness for numerous charities and causes, including Parkinson's disease, the Make-a-Wish Foundation and ... More »

Muhammad Ali has one older brother, Rahaman "Rudy" Ali. Rahaman Ali is two years older than his famous sibling and was also a professional boxer. More »

As of 2014, Muhammad Ali has seven daughters, Maryum, Jamillah, Rasheda, Hana, Laila, Miya and Khaliah. He also has two sons, Muhammad Ali, Jr. and Asaad Amin. More »

After retiring from boxing, legendary fighter Muhammad Ali committed himself to several philanthropic endeavors, including advocating for Parkinson's disease, Special Olympics and the Make a Wish Foundation. Ali soared t... More »