Lookin' good, Champ.
Muhammad Ali on Saturday posted a selfie on his Instagram to cheer on Louisville against Kentucky in college football. "#Louisville Game Day! Go Cards!" the caption read.
Ali's mischievous expression radiates through the selfie, his first on Instagram since he opened his @muhammadali account in November. The account had more than 124,000 followers, as of Tuesday evening.
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Having the three-time heavyweight champion and Louisville native in its corner certainly couldn't have hurt the home team. The Cardinals defeated the Wildcats, 44-40.
The 72-year-old Ali, who suffers from Parkinson's, was said by his brother Rahman Ali to be in dire health earlier this year, but other family members shot down the report.
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