Joe Frazier apologizes in hopes of ending 21-year feud with Muhammad Ali

November 1996
Jet;11/18/96, Vol. 91 Issue 1, p51
Mentions the apology from Joe Frazier to Muhammad Ali in an attempt to end the feud between the two Afro-American boxers in 1996. Comments from both fighters about their feud; The nature of some of the things the two have said about each other.


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