Muhammad Ali recovering from pneumonia, fans post tribute on Twitter

Former world heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali has been admitted to the hospital with a mild case of Pneumonia.

The legendary boxer was admitted to a ward on Saturday with reports claiming that the 72 year-old stopped breathing on Friday night. His family members then proceeded to call for an ambulance, who then transported him to a hospital in an undisclosed location.

Rumour has it that Muhammad Ali was revived by paramedics and that he was on a ventilator in the hospital with fluid on his lungs.

That being said, the general news surrounding his condition seems to be positive, with his daughter claiming that he is recovering well in the hospital.


The former boxer’s spokesman Bob Gunnell said: “Muhammad Ali has vastly improved since being admitted to the hospital over the weekend with a mild case of pneumonia.

“Ali’s team of doctors hopes to discharge him soon. The Ali family continues to request privacy and appreciates all of the prayers and well wishes.”

Fans of the legendary boxer also went on to post tributes for him on Twitter, wishing for his speedy recovery.


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