He said he got it from when Muhammad Ali was at the Hotel St. Regis in Detroit in 1973.— Evan (@EvanJ_B_) June 4, 2016
A few months back, fist bumping Muhammad Ali, on top of Detroit— Eric Millikin (@ericmillikin) June 4, 2016
Photo by Reinhardt Swart published in ZIPR magazine pic.twitter.com/amP5oow1sT
I met Muhammad Ali once in Detroit. A chance meeting in a field behind a high school where he was making an appearance. Just Ali & me.— garybaumgarten (@garybaumgarten) June 4, 2016
when you're from Detroit you grow up know who Joe Louis is, and if you know who Joe Louis is then you know who Muhammad Ali is— Biz (@That_Biz) June 4, 2016
here you go, 1963 when Muhammad Ali (Clay) came to Detroit for the first time. pic.twitter.com/46893plyzD— profloumoore (@loumoore12) June 3, 2016
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