Celebrities of all kinds penned touching tributes to Muhammad Ali following his death June 3rd at the age of 74.
“Celebrity Fight Night X”
"RIP @muhammadali, a legend who transcended sport and was a true champion for all. #thegreatest #MuhammadAli" — Oscar De La Hoya
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"Ralph Ali, Frazier & Foreman we were 1 guy. A part of me slipped away, 'The greatest piece'" — George Foreman
Muhammed Ali in a photo shoot for Italian Vogue
"Today my heart goes out to a pioneer, a true legend, and a hero by all means! Not a day went by entering the gym that I didn't think of you. Your charisma, your charm and above all, your class are all of the elements that will be greatly missed by myself and the world. You are someone that inspired me greatly throughout my boxing journey and words cannot express how great you were as a person! Thank you for everything you've done for Black America, in the the world of sports & entertainment and for the legacy you leave behind! My sincerest condolences to the Ali family!" — Floyd Mayweather
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"Muhammad Ali is dead at 74! A truly great champion and a wonderful guy. He will be missed by all!" — Donald Trump
"Hillary and I are saddened by the passing of Muhammad Ali... We watched him grow from the brash self-confidence of youth and success into a manhood full of religious and political convictions that led him to make tough choices and live with the consequences... Through triumph and trials, became even greater than his legend." — Bill Clinton, via People.
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"He shook up the world, and the world's better for it. Rest in peace, Champ." — Barack Obama.
Ali & The Press
"The world has lost a Legend and real Champion. #RIPMuhammadAli" — Oprah Winfrey.
"The Greatest there will ever be .... The biggest and the best ..... Rest In Peace" — David Beckham
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"What a kind, special man. I treasure my moments spent with him. Bless you forever, you gentle warrior. @muhammadali #RIP" — Elton John