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Do you think Muhammad Ali should be a more vocal advocate against boxing because of his Parkinson's disease?

  • Yes, but he's too sick now.

    It would be great if all the athletes who have been harmed by the sport that they once practiced would stand up and advocate for reforms in that sport that would make it safer. Obviously Muhammed Ali was severely injured in boxing, but he is probably too far gone now to have the energy to be such a voice.

  • i strongly disagree

    I do not think Muhammad Ali should be a vocal advocate against boxing because of his Parkinson's disease, to do so would be to advocate any other sport because of an injury or any type of disease or condition resulting from such sport.the point am making is anything can happen

  • For god's sake, leave the poor man alone.

    Muhammad Ali is a sick and dying old man. If you were hoping to catch all the inspirational stories and his advocacy, then you should have been paying attention in the 1990s. The man has done all he can for the various things that afflict him. It's time to leave him in peace.

  • No He Shouldn't

    I do not believe Muhammad Ali should be a vocal advocate against boxing because of his Parkinson's disease. This question seems to assume that Ali's condition is somehow connected to his boxing career and there is no real proof of that. We need more people to speak and come forward with Parkinson's, but there's no need to directly correlate it to boxing.


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