Rasheda Ali is the daughter of professional Boxer Muhammad Ali, she was Born in 1970 (age 48 years) with her twin sister, Jamillah in New York. she is an author of books and public speaker. I’ll Hold Your Hand So You Won’t Fall: A Child’s Guide to Parkinson’s Disease” dedicated to her father.
Rasheda Ali Wiki – Rasheda Ali Bio
Born: 1970 (age 48 years)
Spouse: Bob Walsh
Books: I’ll Hold Your Hand So You Won’t Fall: A Child’s Guide to Parkinson’s Disease
Siblings: Asaad Amin, Hana Ali, Maryum Ali, Laila Ali, Miya Ali, Khaliah Ali, Jamillah Ali, Muhammad Ali.
Parents: Muhammad Ali, Khalilah Ali
Children: Biaggio Ali Walsh
Height, Weight, Size
She stands tall with a height of 6F and 3in. At the age of 48, she is keeping her body in perfect shape while working for the good of the people.
she found his love of her life in Bob Walsh, who owns a restaurant, in Chicago named Biaggio’s Italian Restaurant. There is not much information about the wedding ceremony. The couple got blessed with two beautiful kids named, Biaggio Ali Walsh and Nico Ali Walsh.
Rashida elder son, Biaggio plays for the football team of California Golden Bears football while her younger son is passionate for boxing. Nico is following the footsteps of his grandfather into boxing. He trained at Leo High School boxing program and made his debut in the ring in March 2016.
Net Worth, and Income
Her net worth is 5.6 million Dollars She is an author, speaker and a PD advocate who wrote the famous book on Parkinson named, “I’ll Hold Your Hand So You Won’t Fall: A Child’s Guide to Parkinson’s Disease.” Rashed wrote the book at the age of 21 and continued to spread the awareness about the disease which caused her father, Muhamad Ali’s death.
Her Father was also said to be among the highest paid boxers with about $8 million as an annual salary. The huge sum is believed to be shared between the boxer’s family according to his desire in his will. His wife Lonnie will act as executor of his will, while the rest of the family members, including his former wife and children, will partake in the legacy and earnings