Muhammad Ali and Casus Clay
Muhammad Ali is who he is,and who he can "Only Be": And Casus Clay is the name his mother named him at birth as he perpetuated into "The new name of "Muhammad Ali".Muhammad Ali floats like a "Butterfly"and "Stings"like a"Knock out "Heavyweight Boxing Champion ""Paralyzing Bee".His opponents after being knocked down fall on their bending knees,and scream out ,and say his name:Muhammad Ali! How can you do this to me? Muhammad replies,and says : You called me "Casus Clay",and I told you that my new name is "Muhammad Ali! I have knocked you to your knees,so now you understand me!Muhammad let them realize that that is the name that God intended him to have,and always be. In the boxing ring Muhammad Ali's punches and stings his opponents like a terrible stinging "Bee",and they ask themselves :What is happening to me? Muhammad Ali is looked upon all over "The Entire World" as "the Greatest Heavyweight Boxing Champion that has ever existed in any country in this "Entire World",and is from "Louisville Kentucky",where "Kentucky Bourbon is produced,and when he punches his opponents he earns plenty of "Loot",and he might give away some "Kentucky Bourbon" to "Boot",so that "The Great State of Kentucky can be proud that "Muhammad Ali"is from "Kentucky": and Kentucky is "Muhammad Ali's "ROOT"!!! Born and raised in "Louisville Kentucky"!!!! Muhammad Ali became better than "The Best"heavyweight boxing champions of this world,and this was one of his most important quest,and that is why he is still known as "The Greatest Yet"! Muhammad Ali's colors in high school were yellow and black,just like a stinging bee,and he attended Central High School in "Louisville Kentucky"that has the sign of "The Stinging Bee"!Muhammad Ali "Floats like a Butterfly,and "Stings like a "BEE",and remains "The Greatest Heavyweight Boxing Champion" as to "Date" you will ever see!!!!! Muhammad Ali!!!!!!!
Copyright © stephen crenshaw | Year Posted 2019
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