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Fra·zier

(frā'zhĕr),
Charles H., U.S. surgeon, 1870-1936. See: Frazier needle, Frazier-Spiller operation.
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The 'Thrilla in Manila', where he defeated Joe Frazier in 1975, is regarded as the most famous boxing fight ever.
Fortunately, Mark Kram's excellent biography, Smokin' Joe: The Life Of Joe Frazier successfully presents the bulllike Frazier as a character in his own right.
A boxing glove autographed (In green ink Below Everlast Made in USA) by late US boxer Muhammad Ali (L), one of the gold leather gloves produced by Everlast to promote the fight against Joe Frazier on March 8, 1971 in New York's Madison Square Garden, and a picture with an autograph of Muhammad Ali are pictured on the eve of the glove's auction on June 12, 2019 in Turin.
Muhammad Ali v Joe Frazier II - January 28, 1974 This time there was no title on the line: Frazier had lost it a year early to George Foreman.
In the ring before the "Thrilla in Manilla," Ali's brutal third fight with Joe Frazier, Ali seized a trophy that was to be presented to the winner.
What did Ali do once the ban ended and was back on his feet, when promoting his world title fight against Joe Frazier? He called him "an ugly gorilla" and an "Uncle Tom", possibly the worst insult you can say to an African American brought up in that era as the phrase "Uncle Tom" refers to black people who treated people of their colour just as badly, if not worse, than their so-called white masters.
It was a non-title fight (as Joe Frazier had lost his title to George Foreman) and Ali won a unanimous 12-round decision.
First, being astonished by his loss, then the next morning seeing a post fight picture in I think the Daily Mirror of him and Joe Frazier.
1971: Boxer Joe Frazier defeated Muhammad Ali on points to become World Heavyweight Champion.
BORN HERMANN Goering, Nazi politician, 1893 JOE Frazier, US boxer, 1944, above MORTON Feldman, US composer, 1926, DIED AGATHA Christie, English writer, 1976 MAURICE Gibb, Bee Gees singer, 2003, above CYRUS Vance, American politician, 2002
Will they line up for pictures with a sculpture of real hometown champion Joe Frazier?
Karachi, August 2 ( ANI ): The gloves worn by the American former professional boxer Muhammad Ali in his 1971 'Fight of the Century' against Joe Frazier were sold for 400,000 dollars at an auction on Thursday.