Saturday, November 5, 2011

Former champion Joe Frazier fight vs. cancer

Today announced the former champion Joe Frazier have full liver cancer in terminal stage. Leslie Wolff, personal adviser, said the situation is serious and that the former champion is in a hospice since given diagnosis for four or five weeks. The first fighter to defeat Muhammad Ali and protagonist of the forum entitled "Thrilla in Manila". "He is in a serious situation, we are expecting a miracle," said a source close to the fighter to New York Post.

According to reports, the former champion of 67 years is being given "very little time to live." Frazier was active in professional boxing from 1965 to 1981. In his 16 years as a fighter managed to win the title of the completed in 1970 and defended it four times. Smokin 'lost to George Foreman in 1973 in Jamaica. Frazier in a career spanning 16 years managed to keep a record of 32 wins, 27 knockouts, four defeats and one draw.


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