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Joe Frazier – Signed Everlast Glove Presentation

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This great item of signed Joe Frazier Memorabilia pays tribute to his remarkable career and his trilogy of fights with Muhammad Ali.

The full-size Everlast Glove Presentation is a limited edition of just 100 with each glove personally signed by Joe and the edition number printed on each. It is displayed in a box frame with a stunning gold surround and a photo of Frazier knocking Ali down on the way to beating him in 1971, the Fight of the Century. It is double mounted and there are two plaques that are listed in full below. Measures in at a large and impressive 67cm by 49cm (26.5” by 19.5”).

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Upper Plaque - 'Smokin' Joe Frazier - Fight record 32 wins, 4 losses, 1 draw and 27 wins by KO - He is a member of the Boxing Hall of Fame and will be remembered as one of the greatest Heavyweights in history - Limited Edition Presentation - Personally signed by Joe Frazier

Lower Plaque - In 1970 he became the undisputed world champion which set up his first fight with Muhammad Ali. In 1971 Frazier fought Ali at Madison Square Garden - “The Fight of the Century”.

Frazier took control in the middle rounds, landing hard body shots as well as powerful left hooks to the head. He staggered Ali badly in the 11th and knocked him down in the 15th.

Frazier won a clear, 15-round, unanimous decision - Frazier's second fight against Ali took place in 1974, in New York, with Ali winning a unanimous decision.

in 1975 they met for a final time in the Philippines – “The Thrilla in Manila". In a punishing fight, Frazier did not come out for the 15th round with Ali describing it as "the closest thing to death he had ever experienced”
Joe Frazier was a remarkable fighter and the only man that Ali was genuinely frightened of, hence his bitter and sometimes extreme verbal abuse of Frazier. To this day Frazier maintains that he could have come out for the final round in the third fight, Thrilla in Manila, and such was his anger with his trainer Eddie Futch for throwing in the towel that he never spoke to him again