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Latest on Ali's Condition
Friday, June 3
Lance Pugmire of the Los Angeles Times reported Ali's condition is "very, very grave."
Pugmire added Ali's family is at his bedside as he might only have "hours" left to live.
Ali's Daughter Laila Releases Statement
Friday, June 3
"Laila's No. 1 priority is her father's well-being," Laila's rep told ETOnline.com's Antoinette Bueno. "She truly appreciates the outpouring of love for her family, as she spends quality time with her dad."
Ali Being Treated for Reportedly Minor Condition
Thursday, June 2
According to Tim Dahlberg of the Associated Press, Ali is "fighting respiratory issues that are complicated by the Parkinson's that he was diagnosed with in the 1980s."
Ali finished his boxing career in 1981 with a 56-5 record after taking part in some of the biggest fights of all time, highlighted by his battles with George Foreman and Joe Frazier.
He has remained in the spotlight in the decades that have followed, as he's fought for social causes, including racial justice.
In January 2015, he was treated for a urinary tract infection, which also required a hospital stay. A short time after his release, Ali was found "unresponsive" at his home and taken back to the hospital, per Christopher Bucktin of the Daily Mirror. Ali was treated in the intensive care unit and discharged.
No further information about his current respiratory issue or where he's being treated was immediately released.