Mohammed “The Furious Fire” Ali

Mohammed Ali is a technician with themobilespa based in Woodbury. The company sells high end phone cases and accessories and repairs all types of phones and tablets. When Mohammed Ali stepped into the UFC at Huntington gym he realized it was where he wanted to be. He found the coaches amazing and it was not long before he learned about Fight for Charity.

Ali-Mohammed App“I wanted to box because Muhammed Ali has been my role model, as he did so much of charity work. I always wanted to do something in life for people in need and this is something I am good at and I have UFC on my side. I think I’ve got what it takes and I’ll be training harder and harder and will have something new to make it alive. This fight isn’t going to be the end for me. I will be looking forward for more opportunities by which I can help my people by fighting in the Ring.

“For me this is a good start and I am excited and would like to thank every one of you who had helped me to make this happen. I will do my best as this will be a good start for me to help people in need. When I die I want people to remember me as another Mohammed Ali who contributed towards charity. I always wanted to help people. There are a lot of people who are homeless and go to sleep with empty stomachs. I feel sad but to all those people all I can say is I am coming to help you soon.

Mohammed Ali lives in NYC and is enrolled in Ashworth College taking Computer Information System courses online.

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