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From Millionaire to Zeronaire – Former Boxer, Bash Ali Cries Out

In a candid revelation, former World Boxing Federation Cruiserweight Champion, Bash Ali, opened up on his remarkable journey from millionaire status to near bankruptcy. On the occasion of his 68th birthday, the legendary boxer took to Facebook on Tuesday to shed light on the challenges he faced during his 17-year pursuit of organizing the Guinness World Record Boxing Championship Fight in Nigeria.

Ali, known for his unwavering commitment to fighting corruption, detailed the hardships he endured in his quest for integrity, refusing to succumb to the widespread impact of unethical activities. Despite the festivities surrounding his birthday, Ali used the platform to share the stark realities of his principled stance.

The former boxing champion highlighted that his financial situation had taken a drastic hit due to his steadfast dedication to integrity. This transformation saw him go from being a millionaire in dollars to nearly bankrupt in Naira. Ali’s unyielding resolve to uphold principles in the face of adversity stands as a testament to his commitment to fighting corruption and championing ethical values.

As Bash Ali continues to be a symbol of resilience and integrity in the boxing world, his story serves as an inspiration and a stark reminder of the sacrifices one may face when standing up against corruption. The narrative of his journey unfolds as a compelling chapter in the broader conversation about ethics and principles in professional sports. 🌟🥊 #BashAli #BoxingLegend #IntegrityJourney 📰🥋

He wrote;

“Today Tuesday, February 27 is my birthday. 

For 17 years I struggled in vain to host in my country, Nigeria my Guinness World Record Boxing Championship Fight because I was bold to say no to corruption in sport in particular and in Nigeria in general.

“In 17 years, I went from being a millionaire in dollars to a zeronaire in naira.

“In 17 years, I was beaten and injured that I had to be admitted twice and treated at the National Hospital in Abuja.

“In 17 years, I was detained eight times at various police stations in Abuja. In 17 years, I was once detained at Kuje Prison for 43 days.

“I went through hell in my country not because I am a criminal but because I say no to corruption. Despite juicy offers to fight outside of Nigeria, I never gave up on my dream to fight in Nigeria and I never gave up on Nigeria.

“Today, our dream is finally becoming a reality and because I am an extraordinary human being, I am going to fight until I am 70 years old, retire young and healthy with a lot of money and then go on to be the President of Nigeria. This is my ultimate goal so mark my words.

“Thank u very much for always being by my side. I appreciate you, always. Happy birthday The Great Bash Ali.”


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