Center dedicated during Louisville ceremony
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- The Muhammad Ali Center was dedicated Sunday in a ceremony celebrating the values of the boxing great and his ties to his hometown.
The dedication capped a weekend of hoopla surrounding the opening of the $80 million, six-story center on the edge of downtown Louisville. A Hollywood-style event Saturday night at a nearby performing arts center drew former president Bill Clinton as well as athletes, actors and singers.
Ali didn't speak during the ceremony on ...
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