By using this site, you agree to our Privacy Policy and our Terms of Use. Close

Forums - Sports Discussion - Muhammad Ali, "The Greatest of All Time" dies at 74

RIP. Been an awful year for celebrity deaths. 

Made a bet with LipeJJ and HylianYoshi that the XB1 will reach 30 million before Wii U reaches 15 million. Loser has to get avatar picked by winner for 6 months (or if I lose, either 6 months avatar control for both Lipe and Hylian, or my patrick avatar comes back forever).

Around the Network
barneystinson69 said:

RIP. Been an awful year for celebrity deaths. 

This... all of this... all year....

Really sad at this, deaths been raising his head a bit this week, mate knocked down and killed on Tuesday too... shoo death... go pick on other people for a while.

Why not check me out on youtube and help me on the way to 2k subs over at

I respected him more for his off-the-arena character. Never watched boxing that much. He was a great role model. Unfortunately, those 3 last matches where he got pummeled may have been what triggered the Parkinson for him.

Oh well. At least he didn't get shot to death by a lunatic(like other African American role models). His legacy will forever be remembered.



12/22/2016- Made a bet with Ganoncrotch that the first 6 months of 2017 will be worse than 2016. A poll will be made to determine the winner. Loser has to take a picture of them imitating their profile picture.

A great boxer but an even greater human being.

One of the best resumes in boxing history with wins over Archie Moore, Sonny Liston, Floyd Patterson, Cleveland Williams, Ernie Terrell, Jerry Quarry, Joe Frazier, Jimmy Ellis, Ken Norton, George Foreman, Ron Lyle, Earnie Shavers.

The late 60s-mid 70s was by far the greatest era of heavyweight boxing, some of those fighters listed never held a title but could have been dominant champions had they fought in different eras.

When the herd loses its way, the shepard must kill the bull that leads them astray.

Around the Network

Greatest boxer of all time and arguably the greatest sportsman of all time. In addition he was a civil rights leader who helped transformed America into the great democratic nation it is today.