Death has surely come as a merciful release for Muhammad Ali, for it has ended an agonising 30-year struggle with Parkinson’s disease - the one opponent even The Greatest couldn’t beat.
Having spoken to many of his friends and family members, I know that, during his last years, each new day was a waking nightmare. He was trapped in a body so dysfunctional that he needed assistance just to stand up, and could only communicate by grunting.
Ali had become totally dependent on his fourth wife Yolanda - Lonnie - or more usually her sister, Marilyn Williams, who served as his live-in carer during his last years.
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