This is terrible news. Muhammad Ali, the greatest boxer of all time, is facing the greatest fight of his life. The 74 year old champ is on life support and ‘barely breathing’ according to a new report. Keep reading for the latest on the legend’s condition.
We are hoping the champ makes it out of this one OK. On June 2, Muhammed Ali, 74, was hospitalized with respiratory issues and now a report says the situation may be far worse than originally thought. Here is what the what we know about boxer’s health.
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“Doctors are telling the family that it likely won’t be long until he passes away,” according to Radar Online. That is so very sad. The report comes a day after the gold medal winning Olympic boxer was admitted to the hospital for difficulty breathing. Muhammad Ali has led such an amazing life and has been an inspiration to millions of fans across the world.
The report also says that Ali is, ‘barely breathing and on life support.’ This is heart-breaking information as Muhammad is such an amazing individual who always represented strength and the ability to overcome any adversity.
Ali has suffered from Parkinson’s for years and when he first checked into the hospital, family spokesmen Bob Gunnell said that the fighter, “is being treated by his team of doctors and is in fair condition,” in a written statement provided to WDRB.
Family and friends have rallied around the struggling fighter who is in a hospital near his home in Phoenix, Arizona. His daughter Laila Ali has thanked fans for the, ‘outpouring of love’ and fellow champ Sugar Ray Leonard has added his voice to the many celebrities who are praying for Ali’s well-being.
What do you think HollywoodLifers? Join us in sending best wishes to the Ali’s family and friends in this very difficult time. What is your favorite memory of the greatest boxer of all time?