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Muhammad Ali was deathly afraid of flying. Louisville just named its airport after him.

On an hour-long flight from Louisville to Chicago in the late '50s, Cassius Clay prayed he wasn't going to die. The teenage Clay, then a dominant amateur boxer, said he hadn't developed his phobia of flying, one also held by his father, until that …

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