By David Martinez / Boxing Historian
This is the first of a six part series on my personal accounts of Muhammad Ali. I will display each part for viewing about every ten days nc exe download.
I will start this series #1, by saying that the best closed circuit fight that I ever attended was with my late father, Daniel J. Martinez and two of my best friends, Al Garcia and Hector Ybarra, at the Santa Barbara, California “historic” Granada Theater 보고보고 브라우저. On March 8, 1971, we saw the most eagerly anticipated championship fight that I have ever been involved with in my 48 years in boxing … Joe Frazier vs 카톡 대화 다운로드. Muhammad Ali.
I was so excited come fight time that I left my work early on that Monday afternoon just to be sure I was the first one in line to get tickets and the best seats: front row center balcony 다운로드. I got both to view the fight.
This was simply known as “The Fight of the Century” and still ranks as one of the most famous in heavyweight boxing history 다운로드.
Both fighters entered the ring unbeaten with both having legitimate claims to the heavyweight title.
The fight lived up to all of it’s hype, with Frazier punctuating his victory by landing a tremendous left hook which dropped Ali in 15th and final round 다운로드. Smokin’ Joe won a unanimous 15 round decision, giving Ali his first professional loss.
It was simply a night that will forever remain – as it will with me – as one of the best in boxing 다운로드!