The Last Portrait Of Boxing Legend Muhammad Ali Showing The Destructive Effects Of Parkinson’s Disease
Harrowing effects of more than three decades fighting Parkinson’s seen in extraordinary images. British photographer Zenon Texeira captured moving portraits of former world champion at his home in March Ali passed away on Saturday aged 74 after 32-year battle with neurodegenerative disease brought on by his boxing Muhammad Ali raises his fists for the final time in haunting photographs from The Greatest’s last ever shoot.
The harrowing effects of more than three decades fighting Parkinson’s can be seen in the extraordinary images published today by the Daily Mail for the first time. But so too is the unmistakeable hint of a smile.
British photographer Zenon Texeira was invited into Ali’s home in Phoenix, Arizona, at the end of March with the blessing of the former world champion’s family.
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