Many boxers and other celebrities have spoken out to send their love and prayers to the legendary Muhammad Ali. Click inside to see tweets from Sugar Ray Leonard, Ruby Rose, and more.
Muhammad Ali, 74, is reportedly on life support after being hospitalized for respiratory issues, and now some of the biggest names in Hollywood are sending out their thoughts for him. From fighters like Sugar Ray Leonard, 60, to other sports stars and celebs, just wait until you see the outpouring of support and prayers “The Greatest” fighter is getting.
Absolutely everyone is worried about Muhammad Ali. The legendary fighter is reportedly fighting for his life, as HollywoodLife.com previously shared with you, and now his peers are speaking out with their concerns.
For now, the latest update on Muhammad is not great. As mentioned above, Muhammad is reportedly on life support after being hospitalized on Thursday, June 2, for a respiratory issue. It was originally reported that he was in “fair” condition and would need to remain in the hospital for a little while to recover, but since then the outlook has become extremely bleak.
Whether it’s Duane Brown from the Houston Texans, fellow fighter Tony Bellew, or actress Ruby Rose, you can see that Muhammad’s fan base expands pretty vastly across the Hollywood landscape. We love seeing so many stars send their thoughts, prayers, and overall kindness in Muhammad’s direction in his time of need. There is no doubt that his family and friends appreciate everyone’s support as they watch him continue to fight for his life.
Check out a handful of tweets from different celebrities below, and be sure to check back for updates.
Praying for the champ Muhammad Ali
— Duane Brown (@DuaneBrown76) June 3, 2016
— Tony Bellew (@TonyBellew) June 3, 2016
Muhammad Ali 😔 🐝🐝🐝🐝 I hope you fight through this. You are a legend. An icon. A man of integrity.
— Ruby Rose (@RubyRose) June 3, 2016
Just heard from one of Muhammad Ali's dearest friends. Pray for the Champ.
— Larry Elder (@larryelder) June 3, 2016
— Sugar Ray Leonard (@SugarRayLeonard) June 2, 2016
Hey, HollywoodLifers — Leave your kind thoughts and words for Muhammad Ali and his family below in the comments.