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Click on photo to read more about Wilson Ramos’ kidnapping
What the f#ck is going on in the sports world these days? This is a scary ordeal. Let’s just hope Wilson Ramos is safe and returns safely. This is too much man, Sandusky, Ramos… it never ends.
Man threatens to blow up Best Buy because they ran out of Modern Warfare 3 [RegretfulMorning]
[TotalProSports] put together a tribute for Smokin’ Joe Frazier
Which NFL record is most likely to fall in this season? You’d be surprised a lot of them are in jeopardy [USAToday]
Well, Nike is sticking by Penn State through this sex scandal [NYPost]
This right here is a guy running for President of the United States [Guyism]
Kelli Hutcherson is officially in my top 5 right now. Unreal [Gunaxin]
I had to link Jordan Carver again. She’s in my top 5 too now [FListed]
Lucy Pinder’s TwitPics are proof life isn’t fair. Good Heavens [DonChavez]
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Defending WBC welterweight champ and pound-for-pound mainstay Floyd Mayweather Jr. has agreed to pick up the tab for legendary heavyweight Joe Frazier's funeral services.
Tuesday night, via Twitter, Mayweather issued this statement to his followers:
"My condolences go out to the family of the late great Joe Frazier," Mayweather said via Twitter. "#TheMoneyTeam...
After a brief but sinister battle with liver cancer, boxing legend "Smokin' Joe" Frazier passed away Monday.
The former heavyweight champion is best known for his legendary battles with Muhammad Ali including the famous "Thrilla in Manila"in 1971. He was the first to ever knock down Ali. And through every battle he was a fighter.
Muhammad Ali is heading to Philadelphia for the funeral of Joe Frazier.
A spokesperson, handling funeral details for the Frazier family, tells NBC10 that Ali will arrive in Philadelphia on Sunday, and will attend Monday's services.
Frazier was the first man to beat Muhammad Ali, knocking him down and taking a decision in the so-called Fight of the Century in 1971. He would...
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- He beat Muhammad Ali in the Fight of the Century, battled him nearly to the death in the Thrilla in Manila. Then Joe Frazier spent the rest of his life trying to fight his way out of Ali's shadow.
Detroit ring legend Emanuel Steward was at Cobo Arena when Smokin' Joe Frazier destroyed light-heavyweight king Bob Foster in their bout there 41 years ago.
Click on photo to read more about the passing of a boxing legend
Frazier and Ali fought wars in the ring. There is no question that Joe Frazier was one of the greatest boxers of all-time. He knocked down Ali, and the two engaged in one of the greatest matches of all-time; the Thrilla in Manila. The best part was they were also good friends. RIP Joe Frazier.
One of my last conversations with Joe Frazier took place on an evening some years ago at his Cloverlay Gymnasium on North Broad Street in Philadelphia. The occasion was a retirement party, the former heavyweight champion finally having listened to a body that for some time had been telling him that decision was overdue.
Words can’t express the loss of “Smokin” Joe Frazier not only to boxing but to the world at large. Instead let’s look at some video that will help us all remember the 1964 Gold Medal Olympian, World Boxing Champion, and boy from Beaufort, SC.
First 8 Mins. of ESPN’s Sportscentury
“Joe Frazier believed in 4 to 1, he would let you him 4 times if he could hit you once”...
Boxer Joe Frazier passed on Monday, after a battle with liver cancer. His kind heart and boxing legend is remembered by fellow boxers.
George Foreman's crushing right uppercut connected for the first time in Round 1 and, suddenly, the heavyweight champion of the world was on the canvas. At ringside, the shocking sight sent Howard Cosell into a frenzy.