Muhammad Ali’s family will honour him later this week in the boxing legend’s hometown of Louisville, Kentucky.
And the ceremony will follow a plan crafted years ago by The Greatest himself.
A procession will carry Ali’s body through his boyhood neighbourhood and down a street that bears his name.
It will then head down Broadway, the scene of a parade that followed his gold medal win in the 1960 Olympics.
Meanwhile, a group of Canadian imams will hold a public ceremony in Calgary today to honour the boxing legend.
The Islamic Supreme Council of Canada says Ali was “a great ambassador of Islam” and a true fighter for human rights.
In a statement, the group’s founder invited everyone to attend today’s ceremony at the Green Dome Mosque.