The world has lost a legend and one of the greatest boxers in history.
Mohammed Ali inspired many and this week has been hard on all sports lovers.
Today many stars flew into Louisville to be pall bearers for his burial.
Mohammed Ali always told the world that he was the best and the best is nothing short of what he gave to the world.
Ali was one of the inspirers of Rambo (Sylvester Stallone) and many talk about him now for having inspired them in their careers in not only human rights but also in boxing.
Ali fought for the good of humanity and never minced any words. He soon fought for human rights, medical care and sports for aspiring young people.
Louisville Kentucky has always been a hot spot for racism against blacks.
Ali never let racism demean him. He believed that all humans, once given a chance, can do as well as white people.
Some of his biggest fights were documented by international media and you can read here on The Insider about them.
Many presidents dined with him, including the Uganda president Gen. Yoweri Museveni who recently eulogized him.
Bill Clinton and many other key people met him.
It is almost like fighting for humanity was Ali’s calling and the world paid attention.
The wonder of Ali will live on for far too many do not only remember his fights in the ring, most remember him for standing up against human rights abuses.
One of his daughters is now a boxer and rather good.