18 October 2014

He’s sick but not dying – Mohammed Ali’s daughter says boxing legend is alive


Mohammed Ali, the 72-year-old boxing legend, who has been battling debilitating Parkinson’s disease for years, is reportedly very sick and housebound. After his absence at the premiere of his biopic, ‘I Am Ali’, last week in Hollywood, speculations emerged that he may be unwell, with rumours circling that he may have kicked the bucket. At the movie screening, his 71-year-old brother, Rahman, told the ‘Sunday People’ that he had not been able to talk to his brother, because he is sick.




“He doesn’t speak too well. But he is proud that we are here for him. He has given this film his blessing,” he said.
However, in an interview with TMZ sports, Laila Ali, the 36-year-old daughter of Mohammed Ali says he’s  alive, but sick..
She said, “He is sick, but he’s alive. He’s good. Rumors about [his health] every year come out.”

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