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Will Smith Speaks Out About Muhammad Ali's Memorial Service As Billy Crystal & Bill Clinton Deliver Eulogies! WATCH HERE!

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He will forever be remembered!

As we reported, on Friday, thousands gathered at the KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, Kentucky to honor the life and legacy of Muhammad Ali. Last week, the famed athelete passed away at 74 after battling a respiratory issue.

Related: Muhammad Ali Gets Liberty Medal!

Will Smith — along with ex-boxers Mike Tyson and Lennox Lewis — served as a pallbearer for the service, and couldn't help but revere the entire experience as "beautiful."

The actor told ET Online

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Muhammad Ali's Daughter Laila Ali Reveals Her Final Moments With Her Father On Good Morning America

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On Friday, the world lost one of the most AH-Mazing and iconic athletes when Hall of Fame boxer Muhammad Ali passed away from respiratory complications.

There have been a lot of reactions from both celebs and athletes, but on Monday morning, Muhammad's daughter Laila Ali stopped by Good Morning America to share something more personal.

She revealed her final moments with him!

Related: George Foreman Dishes On The Heartwarming Final Time He Spent With Muhammad Ali

The former heavy weight champion's daughter, who is is a retired and undefeated boxer, opened up about her father's strength, her admiration for his achievements, and her kids' relationships with their late grandfather.

Ch-ch-check out Laila opening up about her father on GMA (below):

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George Foreman Reveals Touching Story Of The Final Time He Spent With Muhammad Ali

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This is so sweet.

After Muhammad Ali's passing last night, stories are coming forward about the legend and his amazing life, and celebs across the spectrum are paying their respects.

Related: Vanderbilt University Pitcher Dies In Drowning Accident

Now, we are hearing more about the man in the final years of his life.

TMZ Sports talked to George Foreman about Ali, and the fellow boxer shared a very poignant story about spending time with the champ last year — what would turn out to be the last time the two boxers would spend together.

Foreman said:

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Boxers, Celebs React To The Death Of Muhammad Ali

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We are still so sad over the passing of Muhammad Ali.

The boxing legend died overnight on Friday night at 74 years old, reportedly due to respiratory issues.

Related: Vanderbilt University Pitcher Dies In Drowning Accident

Now, celebs and boxers from around the world and across the spectrum are reacting to Ali's death, including some of the athletes that were directly motivated and inspired by the Kentucky native and one-of-a-kind athlete.

Here are some of the best and most notable tributes on Twitter and Instagram (below):

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Boxing Legend Muhammad Ali Has Passed Away At 74 Years Old

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R.I.P.

The sports world has lost a legend.

Boxing great Muhammad Ali passed away Friday at 74 years old from respiratory complications.

On Thursday, the fighting champ was hospitalized due to the issues. While a spokesman initially said in a statement that the acclaimed athlete was in fair condition and wouldn't be staying in the medical facility for very long, his ailment was reportedly complicated by his Parkinson's disease.

Related: Vanderbilt University Pitcher Dies In Drowning Accident

The sports star has suffered with the disease for three decades.

The Kentucky native was a true icon in the boxing world, amassing a professional record of 56 wins and five losses, and was only knocked out once.

The three-time World Heavyweight Champion was even nicknamed "The Greatest" because of his impressive legacy.

Our hearts are with everyone affected by this tragic loss.

[Image via AP Images.]

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Muhammad Ali Reportedly In 'Grave Condition' As Daughter Laila Speaks Out Amid His Hospitalization

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So scary.

Oh no. We hope Muhammad Ali can pull through.

On Thursday, the boxing legend was checked in to a Phoenix-area hospital after suffering from respiratory issues. And while the 74-year-old's rep had said he was alright and wouldn't be in the medical facility for very long, it appears the ailing athlete isn't actually doing that well.

According to NBC News, a well-informed source says the former heavyweight champ is in "grave condition." Earlier, insiders had also said that the fighter's longterm battle with Parkinson's disease is complicating his condition.

Related: Muhammad Ali's Childhood Home Has Sold

During this tough time, the sports star's daughter Laila Ali has taken to Facebook to share a sweet snap (above) of her famous father, and thank his fans for their support.

The 38-year-old posted a precious picture of Muhammad holding his granddaughter, Sydney, captioning the adorable image:

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Conor McGregor Blasts The UFC & Their Press 'Distractions' — But Confirms He Is NOT Retiring! Will He Be Allowed To Fight??

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Don't worry, UFC fans — Conor McGregor is still in the game.

Earlier in the week, the 27-year-old fighter confused fans when he posted a cryptic tweet announcing his retirement.

We later found out the tweet was in response to UFC head Dana White's decision to pull McGregor from his upcoming rematch against Nate Diaz at UFC 200, because he refused to do a promotional press event in Las Vegas.

Related: WWE Stars Pay Respects To Chyna Following Her Untimely Death

The Irish athlete finally spoke out about the drama, and while he's "still ready to go for UFC 200," the featherweight champion is more concerned about training for the actual fight than talking about it!

In a lengthy Facebook post on Thursday, the fighter made it clear he wasn't retired, more so just frustrated. He explained:

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