The Thrilla in Manila. The Rumble in the Jungle. The Home in Hancock Park? Yes, Muhammad Ali once lived in an Italian Renaissance-style mansion that was built in 1916 and designed by John C. Austin, the architect responsible for the Griffith Observatory, the Shrine Auditorium, the Hollywood Masonic Temple and Los Angeles City Hall. Take a look at where the Greatest called home in the early 1980s.
Source: latimes.com – Los Angeles Times