During his years exiled from the boxing ring, the dethroned heavyweight champion found refuge on the South Side of Chicago.
After his boxing title was taken away from him, Ali immersed himself in his new found religion. He lived in Chicago for almost a decade. By the time he left Chicago for good in the late 1970s, he had bought a 28-room mansion in Kenwood, two blocks from Nation of Islam leader, Elijah Muhammad. While living here, the people on the South Side of Chicago were drawn to him. He had the ability to be larger than life and completely down to earth simultaneously.
We can go on and on about Muhammad Ali and his very interesting life, but we'll keep it short and sweet. In our eyes, he's the Greatest Of All Time. That's why we took an iconic Chicago picture of him and added the skyline and a 4-finger ring displaying just that.