Rahman is one of the richest and most popular boxers. Rahman Ali’s net worth is estimated to be $1.5 million by Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider. See also, Sa-Fire Net Worth; Check her Salary and Income
Muhammad began boxing in an amateur boxing league in Louisville, Kentucky. Rahaman was not picked for the 1960 Olympics and remained an amateur until February 25, 1964, the night his brother won one of his heavyweight belts over Sonny Liston.
Rahman was a professional boxer who won 14 fights, lost three, and drew one. During his career, he knocked out seven opponents and was knocked out himself once. Rahaman withdrew from professional boxing after suffering back-to-back defeats, the last of which saw him knocked out by Jack O’Halloran.
Rahaman published his autobiography, That’s Muhammad Ali’s Brother!, on January 17, 2015. My Life on the Undercard, cowritten by H.Ron Brashear, has an introduction written by Gene Kilroy, Muhammad Ali’s longtime business manager.
Rahaman published his second book, My Brother, Muhammad Ali – The Definitive Biography, in 2019. Fiaz Rafiq cowrote it, while NFL veteran Jim Brown wrote the foreword. The book is currently available in eight different languages worldwide.