March 8, 1971. Madison Square Garden. That’s the night the “Fight of the Century” took place.
The literal fight was good enough. Though Muhammad Ali had a couple of tune-up fights after being exiled from the sport for three-and-a-half years, nobody knew if he’d be as spry on his feet as he’d been during his dominant run in the mid-’60s. Would the big man dance in defiance of gravity, flowing lightly with punches that were anything but?
Or would Frazier, whose left hook meant curtains for any chin that encountered it, cut the ring to the size of a closet?
But the symbolic nature of Frazier-Ali I was the fight within the fight, and half-a-century later it remains one of the most significant fights of all time.
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