Yorkshire boxing stars have been tweeting tributes to Muhammad Ali who has passed away aged 74. He had been being treated in hospital for a respiratory condition.
Luke Campbell MBE, credited Ali - who famously referred to himself as 'the Greatest'- as the reason the majority of children start boxing.
The reason 90% of kids start boxing. What a fighter! What a man! Thanks for the memories. RIP to the GREATEST https://t.co/suKE6M8e5t
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