Muhammad Ali’s Brother Says He May Not Make It To The Summer

Muhammad Ali’s Brother Says He May Not Make It To The Summer
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Anyone who has caught a glimpse of Muhammad Ali anytime in the past few years knows the guy obviously isn’t looking too well.

The boxing legend looks like he can barely walk, talk or even maintain control of his body’s functions in his condition.

That’s why it’s no surprise that Rahman Ali, Muhammad’s brother, told The Daily News that Muhammad will probably be dead before this summer.

Rahman is not even confident that Muhammad will make it past this week.

You can’t blame Rahman for hoping that the sooner Ali dies the better. We know that Muhammad Ali of all people wouldn’t want to see the stallion he once was deteriorate into an invalid vegetable.

Rahman closed the interview with a very true and uplifting statement regarding the eventual death of his brother: “You know the word ‘infinite’? That’s Ali, he’s infinite. His name will last forever.”

Sean Levinson | Elite. 

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Sean Levinson loves writing almost as much as he loves ranting about politics. Elite Daily lets him do both, and he couldn't be happier now that he's finally putting his years at SUNY New Paltz to good use. When he's not writing, Sean enjoys nature excursions, playing the guitar and the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Look for him on "Real Time with Bill Maher," where he regularly appears in his most precious fantasies.

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