According to the brother of legendary boxer Muhammad Ali, the athlete's health has worsened considerably lately. The 71-year-old athlete can no longer recognize Rahman Ali; he does not speak either.
"It is very bad and very sick. Maybe he has a few more months left, maybe - a few days. I do not know whether he lives before summer. It's all in the hands of the Lord. We hope that he will pass away easily," Rahman told reporters.
In 1984, the 42-year-old heavyweight boxer was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. In 2011, Mohammad Ali collapsed and was rushed to hospital, says FOX Sports.
Rahman said that he would prefer his brother to pass away quickly to avoid the sufferings that the whole world could witness during the past two decades. "He will go to heaven, no doubt. If his funeral were held tomorrow, all statesmen of the world would come. He touched everyone - the rich and the poor alike. I love my brother more than anyone else in the world. He is the best of all the famous people who have ever lived on Earth. Everyone knows Muhammad Ali. He is along with Jesus Christ."
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