Muhammad Ali Rushed to the Hospital?

Reports surface that "the Greatest" was taken to the hospital five days after Joe Frazier's funeral.

Boxing legend Muhammad Ali (Getty)

Numerous media outlets are reporting that boxing legend Muhammad Ali was rushed to a hospital. Actually, the incident took place on Nov. 19 at his home in Paradise Valley, Ariz. News One's Casey Gane-McCalla is reporting that "the Greatest" was taken to the hospital after going in and out of consciousness.

She writes:

Ali, who is 69 has suffered from Parkinsons diseases for more than thirty years was at taken from his wife’s home in Paradise Valley, Arizona, to Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn Medical Center on November 19 according to reports.

Radar Online reports that police and paramedics have confirmed that a 911 call was placed from the residence in Paradise Valley. Dylan Howard of Radar Online reports, "The medical drama occurred five days after Ali's frail appearance at the funeral for former heavyweight champion Joe Frazier at the Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania."

Ali has been released from the hospital and is reportedly recovering with family in Las Vegas.

Since the champ has been battling Parkinson's disease for decades now, it's not unusual that his illness is worsening as he ages. Some outlets are saying that this is the end for Ali. We're not God, so we won't pontificate. Ali may be down, but he's not out yet. We don't bet against the Greatest.

Read more at News One.

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