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"When I go out there, I have no pity on my brother. I am out there to win."

Former Heavyweight Champion Joe Frazier

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Joe Frazier was born in Beaufort, South Carolina but Philadelphia became his adopted home. Frazier won 32 of his 37 fights and 27 of those victories were as a result of knockouts. Despite having a broken left thumb, Joe Frazier still won a Gold Medal in the Heavyweight Division in the 1964 Olympics. Frazier's first fight with Muhammad Ali, on March 8, 1971 was billed as the "fight of the century." Frazier won that one however Ali triumphed in their other two bouts. Frazier died at age 67 of liver cancer on Monday, November 7th.

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