Ali was given chances to re-swear, apologize and join the Armed Forces. This was so he could conduct presentations for troops and cameras and show off his own signature persona, but Ali rejected the offer, due to this some of Ali,s allies turned against him.
Ali made made millions off of the American public, and now he is not willing to give his appreciation to a country that’s giving him, in my opinion, a "grand opportunity", but to Ali, that “grand opportunity” was just like a death sentence, and moreover, representation of the white’s use of the poor. Often colored Americans had to fight the war for them. …show more content…
To earn money he began giving hundreds of speeches at college campuses. He would give his speeches to young audiences that would make up the vehement anti-war movement. Instead of making millions while boxing.
Ali's conversion to Islam and name change from Cassius Clay, to Muhammad Ali, became one of the most hated public figures in the