In 1964 Joe Frazier was the first American heavyweight to win an Olympic Gold Medal. He later became the heavyweight champion and his three bouts with Muhammad Ali rank among the greatest matches in boxing history.
On March 8, 1971, before a sellout crowd at Madison Square Garden, Frazier and Ali waged one of the greatest heavyweight battles ever. In the 15th round, Frazier landed perhaps the most famous left hook in history, catching Ali on the jaw and dropping the former champ for a four-count. At the end of 15 grueling rounds, Frazier got the nod from all three judges and left the ring as the undisputed champ.
An absolute show stopper this large frame includes replica Green Everlast Trunks as once worn by Frazier personally signed with action images and a detailed career plaque surrounding these custom made Everlast Trunks.
Professionally presented this tribute comes with a registered COA from Icons of Sport plus an image of Frazier signing the Trunks. Would be a knock out in the Boardroom or Games Room. Trunks might be a different colour.