Boxing legend, Muhammad Ali, was one of the most significant, well known and celebrated sport figures of the 20th century. Aside from being a professional wrestler, he was also an activist. He is the only three-time heavy weight champion, having won the titles in 1964, 1974, and 1978. Aside from is awards and recognition in the boxing ring. Ali also was recognized in the music industry. Having had released two spoken word albums and a rhythm and blues song, which gave him two Grammy nominations. Once retiring from boxing, Ali dedicated his life to religious and charitable work. The day before his death, Ali had been admitted into the hospital for respiratory illness. His conditioned worsened and Ali passed away from septic shock, the following day, at the age of 74. Ali was mourned by numerous people around the world, with many recognizable figures attending his service and memorials.
Lidia Mosqueda, a graduate from California State University Fullerton, has been a news correspondent for MUSE TV since 2017. She has covered various newsworthy events such as; press junkets, film & tv screenings, premieres, concerts, red carpets and other public events. As a bilingual journalist she has written about various musicians and artists in Latin entertainment, helping to bring attention to many Latin American talent, here in the states. As a journalist in the entertainment field. Her goal is to break down the stereotypes and assumptions that surround entertainment journalism.