Mike Tyson was then known for his violent personality and decided to embrace Islam later. In an interview after being released from prison, Mike Tyson said he was very moved after reading books on Islam and decided to become a Muslim since he saw Islam as a religion of peace.... read more ›
|Nickname(s)||The Greatest The People's Champion The Louisville Lip|
|Height||6 ft 3 in (191 cm)|
|Reach||78 in (198 cm)|
Tyson reportedly converted to Islam while in prison. The news was denied by Tyson. Although the news of his convert to Islam was announced after his release in 1995, according to Tyson, he had converted to Islam before going to prison. "Until now I am still steadfast in my faith.... read more ›
"Especially boxing and fighting [sports] without rules are considered, from the religious point of view, haram, as they can damage health, disable someone," said Abdulkodirzoda, who is appointed to his post by the government. He added: "All kinds of games and duels [done] for money are haram.... see more ›
Ali is traditionally considered to be one of the greatest and one of the most valiant Muslim warriors. He took part in almost all the battles fought by the nascent Muslim community. His contributions in the Battle of Khyber and the Battle of Badr are very well known.... see more ›
|Born||12 February 1974 Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England|
I do more praying than I can do. You know, my faith is to god and when I die Imma die a Muslim, it's just who I am as a person,” said Tyson. The former heavyweight champion of the world made a comeback to the ring back in 2020 after 15 years away from it. He fought fellow legend Roy Jones Jr.... see details ›
Individuals are motivated to convert for many reasons: some relate to personal transformation and identity, others to external social and political factors. Theological explanations are often given, and many converts consider themselves destined or called by God to turn to Islam.... see more ›
Islam promotes some physical education activities due to having balanced, strengthen, healthy of body without delay Worship life. Our prophet has confirmed some useful activities such as swimming, shooting, wrestling into his age.... see details ›
Egypt's al-Azhar Mosque released a statement slamming Salafi Sheikh Yasser al-Borhamy after he decreed that martial arts is not permissible in Islam because humans "prostrate to each other" after their match is over.... view details ›
Football game and match have happened throughout the world including Islamic countries in which their scholars forbid the football game itself. Muslims may not agree to do something bad according to Islamic view.... see more ›
|Religion||Followers (billions)||Cultural tradition|
Hazrat Hamza, the lion of Allah.... continue reading ›
Solomon in Islam.
|Prophet of Allah Sulaimān|
|Title||King of Israel|
- 8 – Willie Pep. ...
- 7 – Jack Dempsey. ...
- 6 – Jack Johnson. ...
- 5 – Julio César Chávez. ...
- 4 – Mike Tyson. ...
- 3 – Sugar Ray Robinson. ...
- 2 – Muhammad Ali. ...
- 1 – Joe Louis. Known as “The Man Who Beat Hitler” and “The Brown Bomber”, Joe Louis is considered by many to have been the perfect boxer.
On April 7, 2001, classy Mexico City star Marco Antonio Barrera scored a comprehensive 12-round unanimous decision over Prince Naseem Hamed at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, handing the bombastic Englishman his first defeat in 36 pro starts. Official scores were 116-111, 115-112 and 115-112.... read more ›
1. Muhammad Ali. The Greatest was not only one of the best heavyweights of all time, he was also one of the most colorful. He won the gold medal at the 1960 Olympics and went on to become the first boxer to win the heavyweight title three times.... see details ›
Saudi Arabia's grand mufti has ruled that chess is forbidden in Islam, saying it encourages gambling and is a waste of time.... continue reading ›
981) who notes that the reprimand should be "A non-violent blow with siwak [a small stick used to clean the teeth] or similar. This means that to hit with any other means is legally Islamically forbidden."... read more ›
The conduct of war
Muslims are forbidden from attacking wounded soldiers (unless the wounded person is still fighting). The Prophet's view of non-combatants is shown by a hadith in which Muhammad sees a woman killed in the battlefield and condemns the action.... continue reading ›
- Horse Riding.
- Camel Riding.