On March 8, 1971, in the "Fight of the Century" at Madison
Square Garden, Frazier landed a left hook in the 15th round that
sent Ali careening to the canvas. The unbeaten Frazier won a
unanimous decision as he handed Ali the first defeat of his pro
Frazier successfully defended his title against Terry Daniels
and Ron Stander (both on early-round TKOs) before meeting George
Foreman on Jan. 22, 1973, in Jamaica. Stronger and quicker, Foreman
knocked Frazier down six times in the first two rounds before the
fight was stopped. Frazier's title was gone.
A year later, he met Ali again, in a non-title bout. On Jan.
28, 1974, in a fight to determine who would get the next shot to
dethrone Foreman, Ali won a decision in Madison Square Garden,
though Frazier and several sportswriters, including The New York
Times' Red Smith and Dave Anderson, thought he had won.
With the cataract in his left eye growing increasingly worse,
he defeated Quarry and Ellis again, then agreed to fight Ali one
final time, on Oct. 1, 1975, in Manila.
In arguably the greatest heavyweight bout in boxing history --
Ali called it the "closest thing to dyin' I know of" -- the two men
clubbed each other with their fists for 14 rounds. Frazier's
trainer, Eddie Futch, wouldn't let his fighter come out for the
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