Joe Fraizer Boxing Life Part 1 Classes

Boxing Classes London Joe Frazier

Boxing Classes London Joe Frazier

Joe Frazier was one of the best amateur boxers in America,when he was an amateur boxer, yet he was lost the Olympic trials in 1964 and went to Tokyo Olympic games as Mathis was injured and he went there as a replacement boxer. Joe Frazier had the gold me dat then started professional boxing. He was a short man for heavyweight boxing, 1.80cm height with a solid left hook and aggressive boxing style, similar to  Rocky Marciano. Fraizer had his revenge from Mathis in his professional career by knocking him out in 11 rounds. After a month, Jimmy Ellis won a championship (in which Joe Frazier turned down to take part in) approved by the World Boxing Association (WBA). Frazier satisfyingly retained his New York title 4 times before he beat Ellis in a 5th round KO to claim the WBA heavyweight title. In 1970 Mohammed Ali was brought back to the sport, a fight between Ali and Joe Frazier was indispensable. 8 March 1971, the two heavyweights met in Madison Square Garden would witness the best heavyweight boxer, and they finally met each other. The fight was called “The Fight of the Century.” Throughout the publicising for the match the media-foxy Ali called Joe Frazier’s character as a champion of the white establishment, he also called him an “Uncle Tom,” which started some big animosity between two boxers. Both of them had the fight at a furious pace by not stopping 15 rounds, but Ali could be seen that he lost his speed as he was away from boxing for a while, and Frazier won the fight on point. Joe Frazier lost a fight to George Foreman in 1973 ,after Ali then he faced Ali again in 1974, he lost the fight on a decision fighting 12 rounds. They faced each other again in 1975. The fight, known as the “Thrilla in Manila,” was to win the heavyweight title, but this time Ali was the winner with TKO.

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