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This Day in Boxing History January 22, 1973 Foreman KOs Frazier in 2. 6 Knockdowns. In one of the most talked about fights in history George Foreman stops Smokin' Joe in the 2nd round in Kingston Jamaica. Don King climbs over his fighter Joe Frazier to con his new fighter George Foreman. facebook - boxing hall of fame las vegas


"Why should they ask me to put on a uniform and go ten thousand miles from home and drop bombs and bullets on brown people in Viet Nam while so called negro people in Louisville are treated like dogs and denied simple human rights."


Sugar Ray Robinson -Frequently cited as the greatest boxer of all time. In Robinson's last years, he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. He died in Los Angeles at the age of 67


Joe Frazier, Ex-Heavyweight Champ, Dies at 67

Joe Frazier, Ex-Heavyweight Champ, Dies at 67 • Frazier, wrote Norman Mailer, was “twice as black as Cassius Clay and half as handsome,” with “the rugged decent life-worked face of a man who had labored in the pits all his life.” • “Joe Frazier would come out smoking,” George Foreman told ESPN. “If you hit him, he liked it. If you knocked him down, you only made him mad.” • Frazier once told The Times: “Ali always said I would be nothing without him. But who would he have been without me?” •…


June 26, 1972 - Roberto Duran TKO 13 Ken Buchanan - Controversial Endings in Boxing History - Photos -