Muhammad Ali was said to be ailing on Feb. 3 in a trending topic started by the champ's brother, Rahman Ali, as reported by The Inquisitr.
However, according to the same British-based site in a second article, this great athlete is actually watching other athletes complete while watching Super Bowl 2013 from his Phoenix home.
In fact, Ali's spokesperson, Bob Gunnell, said the boxing legend "looks great" and that he's happily hosting a Super Bowl party.
But don't believe Gunnell. See for yourself in the photo above, found on Twitter under the handle @realALI_me. In the social media picture, The Greatest is holding up his lethal fists in a appeal to his team, while wearing that team's jersey with pride.
So who does Muhammad Ali want to win the Super Bowl?
Why, the Ravens, of course. After all, as reported by Yahoo!, this 71-year-old icon made a special trip to see the Baltimore team last month. He was there to inspire the guys in their fight to the finish.
Meanwhile, when Muhammad Ali ultimately does go to his grave, he'll be there with the words of Martin Luther King engraved on his gravestone. Those words offer a telling quote, initially spoken by the civil rights activist, saying, "I tried to love somebody, I did try to feed the hungry."
Meanwhile, the champ is obviously loving the Ravens and he is probably feeding his own face because, after all, that's what you do if you're watching the Super Bowl. Right? Right!