Very impressive building but sadly lacking on the whole essence of the legend that is Muhammad Ali. I agree with the previous reviewer that the main focus appears to be on Human Rights and whilst this is a very important subject I felt it was not the best venue as it detracts from the greatness of the big man himself.
My wife and I visited the childhood home of Ali which is close by but there is no reference of this at the museum. We are informed the home has recently been bought by someone who is going to turn it into a museum and this may be worth visiting.
Such a missed opportunity to get to know the man better.
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