The boxing champion used a puzzling way to explain why protests shouldn't be in sports.
The former heavyweight champ just wanted "1 more day" with Freeda Foreman, who died at age 42 on Saturday.
“I use boxing you can use whatever."
Athletes sometimes get an unfortunate reputation when it comes to handling their fame and their finances well. Many professional athletes come from lower class or lower middle class backgrounds, and suddenly find themselves handling millions. It can be a recipe for disaster.
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It was the political equivalent of boxer Muhammad Ali dramatically upsetting George Foreman in the Rumble in the Jungle.
From the outside, the Des Lux Hotel bar doesn't look like much. No brightly-lit signs hang in the windows to draw in customers. It's location outside Iowa capital city's East Village separates it from the majority of this city's hangout spots. Seen through the windows, the bar's interior is dimly lit and inconspicuous.
The roulette wheel is spinning. Maybe it will be your lucky day. Before the advent of the internet, the manila envelope with its SASE was the proxy for your hopes. Now everything is faster. You hit a button and your attachment is released into posterity.
The fight between Mayweather and Pacquiao has been hyped as the "Fight of the Century," and it is the largest purse ever offered, but it can't compare to the clash between the two undefeated champions who stepped into the ring at a time of tremendous turmoil in 1971.