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    1971 Ali-Frazier I Official Program Signed by Muhammad Ali & Joe Frazier. On March 8, 1971, Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali fought for the first time at Madison Square Garden in New York. Both were undefeated. Both were considered champions, Ali because he had never lost his title in the ring and Frazier because he had beaten just about everyone else, establishing himself as champion during Ali's absence from the ring. An epic battle ensued in which Joe Frazier emerged victorious, winning a 15 round decision and flooring Ali in the process. It was probably Joe Frazier's finest hour. Presented here is the scarce official program to this well remembered event that has been signed on the cover by both combatants. Both signed in 10/10 black felt tip. Light spot staining on the cover is the only qualification we could find. Full LOA from Beckett. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.


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    May, 2020
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