It's no secret how many lives Muhammad Ali impacted, and it showed Friday.
Thousands of people packed KFC Yum! Center in Louisville to say their final goodbyes to 'The Greatest of All Time,' and millions more watched at home as we celebrated the life of a man who made an impact in and out of the ring.
Among those who spoke at Ali's emotional memorial service was Ali's wife Lonnie, his daughters Maryum, Rasheda, family friend John Ramsey, sportscaster Bryant Gumbel, actor/comedian Billy Crystal and former U.S. president Bill Clinton.
Check out a compilation of the best moments in the video above.
Rev. Jessie Jackson: Muhammad Ali 'was everybody's guy'
George Foreman: Ali's passing 'leaves an emptiness'
Larry Holmes: Muhammad Ali 'will never be forgotten'
Marv Albert remembers calling Ali vs. Frazier and more
Fred Mitchell, Bobby Hitz remember Muhammad Ali
Remembering Muhammad Ali: The Sights and Sounds
STL: Remembering Muhammad Ali
Showtime's Al Bernstein remembers Muhammad Ali
Bill Segal remembers Muhammad Ali outside the ring
Closing thoughts from the Muhammad Ali Memorial Service
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