Muhammad Ali's wife, Lonnie, speaks during the boxing legend's memorial service in Louisville, Kentucky, on Friday, June 10. Ali died June 3 at the age of 74.
Former President Bill Clinton delivers a eulogy during the service. "I think (Ali) decided very young to write his own life story. ... He decided he would never be disempowered," Clinton said.
Sportscaster Bryant Gumbel said he was honored to speak at Ali's service, saying "to be standing here by his and Lonnie's request is mind-numbing. God bless you, Champ."
Comedian Billy Crystal delivers a eulogy. He said Ali "was a tremendous bolt of lightning, created by Mother Nature out of thin air."
Valerie Jarrett, Senior Advisor to President Obama, delivered a message from the President.
Qubilah Shabazz, the daughter of Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz, speaks during the service.
Film director Spike Lee, left, speaks to Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai at the service.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson arrives at the ceremony.
Former soccer star David Beckham was in attendance.
Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger arrives at the service.
The hearse carrying Ali arrives at the Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville.
Gerald Wayne Jacobs is consoled by strangers as he cries at the cemetery's gates.
People line a street in Louisville to watch the funeral procession.
Ali's daughter Hana throws flowers as the procession enters the cemetery.
The procession makes its way down Muhammad Ali Boulevard.
A girl rushes to touch the hearse carrying Ali's body.
Actor Will Smith greets the public while riding in the funeral procession. Smith played the boxer in the 2001 film "Ali."
Pallbearers place Ali's casket in a hearse before the procession began.
Lena Worthington, 2, wears oversized boxing gloves as spectators wait for the funeral procession.
Frances Woods holds a sign saluting Ali as she awaits the procession.
Akera Price-King, 9, carries a sign in front of Ali's childhood home.
Boxing gloves hang from a historical marker in front of Ali's childhood home.