He will be remembered for his boxing, as he is only the few people to win the world title three times.
Ali retired several times, BUT the last time was right after he was defeated by Trevor Berbick on December 11, 1981.
59 minutes 15 times 3 = 45 14 times 1 = 14 (after the 15 round, the match is over, so you don't have the 1 minute rest period)
Muhammad ali won the linear heavyweight title three times, and apart from that, evander holyfield won it 4 times, and lennox Lewis three times.
He lost 5Frazier, Norton, Leon Spinks, Holmes and Trevor Berbick5 times
Amateur: 3; also five-two min rounds. Pro: 4; 6; 8; 10; 12 no laws against "15" round matches still. Are their 'laws' against 20 r. boxing?? If their are/ those laws are most certainly -regional- and no possible further jurisdiction. Now: are "5" r. boxing matches ever slated? The answer is yes and you WILL SEE them in records if you keep searching long enough. I have seen them many times. Are their ever two round matches slated? again, they do exist in records. Even one round slatted distances are to be found in records. "7" round matches have happened. As have "11" r. matches. Normally it is even number rounds that are used. (note: their are many, many boxing matches happening around the Globe, every month and the numbers would -probably- amaze the average joe on street).
The largest outdoor boxing attendance record was set on Feb 20, 1993 in Mexico City. A reported 136 274 spectators filled Estadio Azteca to watch a then unbeaten Julio César Chávez against Greg Haugen in a WBC Light Welterweight title match. The largest indoor attendance was in 1978 when Muhammad Ali fought Leon Spinks in at the Louisiana Superdome. That crowd was 63 315. From the NY Times. September 10, 1993. Online at http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9F0CE4D8163AF933A2575AC0A965958260
Olympic Gold in 1960. Three times World Heavyweight Champion - 1964, 1974, and 1978. Inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 1990.
Ali worked as a janitor at a local College to help out his family, the the poor, desperate times. When Ali started boxing the money he got he gave to his family. He was a "Giver"
Ali lost to the following:1) HI - March 8, 1971, 15 round decision -But he defeated HI 3 times after he lost the match
There are 4 rounds in archery, and each round, a player get to shoot 4 times.