Young boxer tipped to be knockout
Muhammad Ali was a legendary boxer in the 1960s and 70s and is perhaps the most famous sports star of all time.
Now a young boy from the North of England who's named after him hopes to hit the same heights as his hero.
Muhammad, 12, was a winner at the National Schoolboy Boxing Championships in Dagenham in March, and later in April will box for England.
But he is still modest at comparisons with his hero, saying: "I don't think my footwork's as good as his."
It's not easy getting this good though. Most days Muhammad gets up at 6am to go for a three mile run.
He also spends four or five days a week training in the gym with his coach Keith.
Muhammad says it's hard living up to the name of a legend.
But he's on the right track and is looking forward to representing England for the first time in a big competition against Wales and Scotland.