A fight that never ends

Nack, William
October 1996
Time International (South Pacific Edition);10/14/96, Issue 42, p84
Reports on the two decade long fight between boxers Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali. Their views on each other; Frazier's views on Ali's Parkinson's syndrome; Details of their three fights; Ali's banishment from boxing in 1967; The differences between the two; Opinions of friends and family of Frazier and Ali.


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