“Champions aren’t made in the ring, they are merely recognized there. What you cheat on in the early light of the morning will show up in the ringer under the bright lights.”
Long before he became the heavyweight champion of the world and became the arch rival of Muhammad Ali, Joe Frazier was making history. In 1964, he filled in for the injured Buster Mathis to compete for a Gold Medal in Tokyo. In the semifinals, he broke his own thumb but willed himself to victory, putting aside the pain to bring home gold.
Smokin’ Joe was one of a kind!
Officially licensed by Joe Frazier.
Printed in the USA
This garment was printed with Premium Brittle Base Ink. It cracks and ages with each wash for an authentically vintage look and feel.
50% Cotton, 50% Polyester
Color of actual product may vary from photo
Wash with cold water
Hang to dry
Model is wearing size M
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