Muhammad Ali’s boyhood home attracts thousands who want to pay their respects

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- For the man who accomplished what no other man has ever done -- it all originated at 3302 Grand Avenue in Louisville, Kentucky.

In a humble single-story pink house where dreams were created, it is here where the foundation of a legend set. It is here where a young man named Cassius Clay blossomed, years before he became Muhammad Ali.

On Thursday, PIX11 News spoke with a variety of people from across the globe as well as from Louisville who came here to say their respect.

For some it was a sacrifice, for some it was a requirement.

You and old, all felt is was worth it.

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