It’s been reported the total size of Joe Frazier net worth now reaches as high as 100 thousand dollars, which he’s collected due to his successful career in sports. Joe was known as among the most successful fighters. When Joe was fighting in ring, he was additionally called Smokin’ Joe. As a professional fighter, he was involved into this sport in the interval of 1965-1976. Overall, boxing has made him among the most successful fighters and this career has additionally added to the overall amount of Joe Frazier net worth.
Joe Frazier Net Worth $100 Thousand Dollars
Nevertheless, several years passed and Joe had to give up his title because of his loss to George Foreman. In 1975, Joe got the opportunity to return his title, on the other hand, in the fight he was conquered by Muhhamed Ali again. In 1976, Joe Frazier determined to stop his career as a fighter, due to his another loss to George Foreman. In 1981, nevertheless, Smokin’ came back to boxing but just for one fight.
In 1970, Joe was titled as an Undisputed Heavyweight Champ. It was additionally exactly the same time when Joe Frazier net worth started to raise a lot. Joe Frazier is still known as among the most successful Heavyweight combatants, as it’s been said by The International Boxing Research Organization. In 1999, Joe inhabited the 8th position in the list of the top heavyweight champs by The Ring. Joe Frazier’s name has additionally been a part of the World Boxing Hall of Fame along with the International Boxing Hall of Fame. Joe Frazier’s techniques in fighting were generally compared to those used by Rocky Marciano and Henry Armstrong. Overall, boxing was the chief supply of his popularity along with Joe Frazier net worth.
January 12, 1944, Beaufort, South Carolina, United States
November 7, 2011, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
5 ft 11 in (1.82 m)
229 lbs (103.9 kg)
Professional Boxer, Actor
United States of America
Florence Smith (m. 1963–1985)
Marvis Frazier, Jackie Frazier-Lyde, Joe Frazier Jr.
Dolly Frazier, Rubin Frazier
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Made two successful title defenses as undisputed World Heavyweight Champion.
Undefeated in his first 29 fights.
His last fight was a controversial 10 round draw with 'Floyd ¨Jumbo¨Cummingsñ'. Frazier retired after the fight.
Only losses were to Muhammad Ali and George Foreman.
Defeated world champions Muhammad Ali, Jimmy Ellis and Bob Foster.
His nephew, Rodney Frazier, was a heavyweight boxer.
His daughter, Jackie Frazier, is a professional boxer and won her first 9 fights by knockout, before losing to Laila Ali.
His son, Hector, fought as Joe Frazier Jr..
His son, Marvis Frazier, was a title challenger, losing to both Larry Holmes and Mike Tyson by first round knockout.
Inducted into the U.S. Olymic Hall of Fame, 1989.
First man to ever beat Muhammad Ali in the ring (their first fight is widely considered the greatest boxing match in history).
Pro Record: 32-4-1 (27)
Inducted into the World Boxing Hall of Fame, 1990. (Not the same organization as the International Boxing Hall of Fame.)
Inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame, 1990.
World heavyweight boxing champion, 1970-1973.
Heavyweight boxing gold medalist, 1964 Olympics.
The way I fight, it's not me beatin' the man. I make the man whip himself.
[on acquiring his nickname, 'Smokin' Joe' from his trainer] He used to say in the dressing-room, before sending me out to fight, "Go out there, goddammit, and make smoke come from those gloves."
Ali always said I would be nothing without him. But what would he have been without me?
[on the origin of his famously destructive left hook] When I was a boy, I used to pull a big cross saw with my dad. He'd use his right hand, so I'd have to use my left.
[on his major victory over Muhammad Ali in 1971] He said if I whipped him that night he would get on his knees, crawl across the ring and say 'You are the greatest''. But he didn't do that. I think he was trying to get to the hospital.