Ex-Van Halen Singer Gary Cherone Shares The Poem He Wrote For Muhammad Ali

Former Van Halen singer Gary Cherone celebrated the birthday of legendary late boxer Muhammad Ali by sharing a new post on his official Instagram account.

Muhammad Ali is considered as one of the most significant and celebrated figures of the 20th century as well as being the best boxer of his era. Unfortunately in 2016, Muhammad Ali passed away at the age of 74.

In the caption, Gary mentioned Muhammad Ali as a person who transcended boxing and said that he wrote a poem for him a few years ago. To celebrate his birthday, he shared this poem on social media.

Furthermore, Gary stated that Muhammad Ali is a true inspiration for everyone in every period of time. Also, Gary called Muhammad Ali as the greatest of all time and paid his tribute to the legend.

Here is what Gary Cherone said:

“I wrote a short poem a few years ago about a Man who transcended his sport and Era. He was then and, still is now an inspiration! Happy Birthday to Muhammad Ali the Original GOAT! The One who coined the phrase.”

Here is the poem that he wrote for Muhammad Ali:

“Cassius Marcellus
Stolen Pedal
Golden Glove
Gold Medal

Poet Prophet
Butterfly Bee
Louisville Lip
‘My Face Is So Pretty’

Sonny In Seven
Twenty-Two Years Old
‘I’m A Bad Man’
Who Shook Up The World

‘What’s My Name?’
Conscientious Objection
Reviled Exiled
Vindication!

Rumble Jungle
Rope A Dope
Thrilla Manila
Three Time G.O.A.T

Idol Icon
Ambassador Of Peace
Mouth Myth Muhammad Ali
Ali Ali Ali…”

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