Muhammad Ali released from hospital for 73rd birthday celebration

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One of the world’s most iconic boxers, Mohammad Ali, has turned 73 today, January 17, 2015.
The former American boxer who was recently taken back to the hospital after he was found unresponsive while lying on his bed, was released later on Friday so he could celebrate his 73rdbirthday with his family at home.

Late yesterday, his daughter, Maryum Aliposted a photo of the boxer back home after being checked on after follow-up care for a severe urinary tract infection in the hospital accompanied with a caption saying:
‘My father, aka. Muhammad Ali, is at home and looking forward to celebrating his 73rd birthday tomorrow.’
According to reports, the boxer known as ‘The Greastest,’ was born on Saturday, January 17, 1942 and plans to spend his birthday cheering on his basketball team, theUniversity of Louisville Cardinals as they playDuke University Blue Devils.

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