The First To Beat The Best.

Robert Dion

The raw talent, ” the man with hands of steel”, the first to beat the best, Joe Frazier passed away Novemeber 7th after a long battle with cancer. Frazier of his time, was known as “the man to put my rent money on” says 90% of the commenteries about Joe. Most have heard of Mohammed Ali, who was THE greatest of his time, until¬†the ” fight of the century” went down and Frazier took the victory and gave Ali his first loss.¬†Known for his left hook, “smoking joe” as most called him, was an Olympic andUndisputed World Boxing Champion, whose professional career lasted from 1965 to 1976, with a one-fight comeback in 1981.

Joe, after the fight of the century, came back to fight George Foreman who knocked him out giving him a loss. With many other wins and a re-match verse Ali and foreman, he lost both then came back for in 1981 and left boxing with a heart of a lion. He was annonced to be one out of the 10 best undisputed boxing champions of all time. Boxing today is still a big entertainment to the world and all the greatest will be remembered for their actions, I know the legendary “smoking joe” will.