LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Muhammad Ali returned to his old Kentucky neighborhood one last time.
Ali's body rode in a miles-long procession spanning his life — from his boyhood home where he shadowboxed and dreamed of greatness to the boulevard that bears his name and the museum that stands as a lasting tribute to his boxing triumphs and his humanitarian causes outside the ring.
The service will feature a eulogy by former President Bill Clinton, a longtime friend, and remarks by comedian Billy Crystal, television journalist Bryant Gumbel and the champ's wife, Lonnie. The king of Jordan and president of Turkey will attend.
Ali died last Friday at 74 after a long battle with Parkinson's disease.
Thousand’s will gather at the KFC Yum Center a final send-off befitting The Greatest.