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Anonymous asked in SportsBoxing · 2 months ago

How is Cassius Clay greatest of all time if got Parkinsons?

Update:

Last Orthodox Patriarch is Irenaios 1st of Jerusalem (imposter Theophilos 3rd took his place unlawfully). Kiril of Russia, Bart of Constantinople, and many others should be executed for betraying Orthodoxy.

Ecumenism (all religions getting together to pray to Satan for peace and security) = 263 heresies.

Update 2:

 Iranaios 1st blessed Catacomb movement (church inside your home). What you need is antimins (remains of saints sewn into a towel) for liturgy. One cup and one spoon (and no one gets sick obviously from eating Christ's body drinking blood of Jesus because Jesus is sinless).

Modern documents are from Satan; burn them. Hide within a 10-15 people group (saint Seraphim of Sarov and saint Gabriel Urgebadze) to escape the unforgivable mark of the beast.

Update 3:

No electronics once you hid so that you won't be tracked.

If you escape mark of the beast, then your direct ancestors will go to heaven (saint Vyacheslav Krasheninnikov); forgive me.

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  • 2 months ago
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    It was the way he dealt with the disease that reinforced his greatness.

    At his peak, Ali was know for his unapologetic brashness and arrogance.  While few doubted his talents or questioned his achievements, his lack of humility rubbed many the wrong way and many questioned his character.

    When Ali faced his diagnosis with acceptance and quiet courage, and then faced his decline with dignity and grace, many saw this as a personal evolution and depth of character that made him a true role model...not just in athletics but in life as well.

  • Do you have any idea how many Boxers have suffered Parkinson's Disease over the years? You get Parkinson's Disease because of repeated blows to the head. You do know a Number of Football Players, Boxers, Hockey Players, Mixed Martial Arts Fighters have gotten Parkinson's' and thousands of other have it to look forward to.

  • 2 months ago

    The disease has nothing to do with his skill/success as a boxer.

  • BJJ
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Don't you mean Muhammad Ali 

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    And yes he was the greatest 

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    I don't see how one has anything to do with the other. You seem to be basing your question on the false assumption that being first diagnosed with Parkinson's at 42, after having had a long and "greatest of all time" career, somehow precludes the other. Michael J. Fox already had Parkinson's when he filmed Back to the Future, but it didn't stop him from being great in it. Like with Fox, it would take years and years for the disease to progress to the point that it was even noticeable by other people.

  • 2 months ago

    Because he didn't become homosexual at 23 in the adult vid store by Germantown Pike?

  • Barry
    Lv 6
    2 months ago

    Is that how you judge people? None of us now what diseases we may contract. Not even you. And yes he was the best heavyweight boxer of all time.

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