There will not be a second Olympic champion called Muhammad Ali after Britain`s flyweight with the most famous name in boxing was defeated in his Rio debut on Monday.
The young Ali -- reportedly bestowed the name by his boxing-mad father -- was left distraught and in tears after his Olympic dream came to a premature end after just nine minutes of action.
Venezuela`s Yoel Finol, 19, was awarded the bout on a unanimous points decision to leave Ali, who is a year older, with his head in his hands and looking stunned.
"I`ve been here too long and I was itching to get in there," said Ali, who was making his first appearance nine days after the Rio boxing began.
"I let the emotions get the better of me, I just tried too hard and nothing was flowing and now I am just here..." said Ali, his voice trembling and tears welling in his eyes.
"I just feel like it`s the end of the world."
The heavyweight legend Ali, who died in June aged 74, announced his presence to the world -- he was then called Cassius Clay -- with gold at the Rome Olympics in 1960.