Cartoonists worldwide pay tribute to Muhammad Ali

These are just some of the tributes to 'The Greatest', who died on Friday at age 74.

"World heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali (L) and US Leon Spinks (R) fight on February 15, 1978 in Las Vegas during their world heavyweight championship match. Picture: AFP.

CAPE TOWN - As tributes continue to pour in for the late Muhammad Ali, cartoonists around the world have honoured the boxing legend who died on Friday, aged 74.

Ali died from septic shock, due to unspecified natural causes, and had suffered from Parkinson's syndrome for many years.

He is being remembered as a boxing legend who transcended sport and fought for human rights, changing many people's lives throughout his career.

Cartoonists have shared their tributes on social media, capturing the spirit of the former heavyweight champion, for his fight inside and outside the ring.

Here are just some of the tributes to "The Greatest":

Tomorrow's cartoon. Pls share. #Ali #AliTheGreatest #MuhammadAli #dumptrump @GottaLaff @laloalcaraz @reddroostermann pic.twitter.com/ditT1XxCbJ



My tribute to #MuhammadAli @KTNKenya { Cartoon by @kiddoGAMMZ } #RIPMuhammadAli #MohamedAli #TheGreatest pic.twitter.com/zRUqoT0C5I



MY 1999 SKETCH/CARTOON OF THE AGING MUHAMMAD ALI pic.twitter.com/acaGgq4khE



Today's editorial cartoon by @sabirnazar1 #MuhammadAli pic.twitter.com/Tn692b787U



RIP Muhammad Ali TRIBUTE CARTOON: https://t.co/S4mYrpTj27 pic.twitter.com/qytZUdjhVo



My cartoon of the day - R.I.P. Muhammad Ali the Greatest , we salute you ... pic.twitter.com/p2mehfY9p8





RIP Muhammad Ali pic.twitter.com/Wm8jQHH5Te



RIP Muhammad Ali. My toon... https://t.co/SrNEDZtXwa pic.twitter.com/bPAXqwltgg



Ali has also dominated newspaper front pages worldwide: