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November 8, 2011 In the first hour of Talk of the Nation, Ramita Navai talks about what she witnessed for the Frontline documentary, Syria Undercover, and remembering Joe Frazier. In the second hour, photographer Annie Leibovitz on her book, Pilgrimage, and technology in law enforcement.
Joe Frazier (left) hits Muhammad Ali during the 15th round of their heavyweight title bout — the "Fight of the Century" — at New York's Madison Square Garden in March 1971.
November 8, 2011 Frazier and Muhammad Ali fought three classic bouts in the early '70s. In the first, Frazier won. Ali came back to win the next two.
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March 8, 1971: Joe Frazier, left, hits Muhammad Ali during the 15th round of their heavyweight title bout — the "Fight of the Century" Â at New York's Madison Square Garden.
November 7, 2011 Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali, once bitter opponents, had reconciled in recent years. They fought three of boxing's most famous fights. Now, Frazier has liver cancer.
Muhammad Ali dodges a hook thrown by Joe Frazier. Knocked down in the 15th and final round, Ali lost by a unanimous decision, his first professional defeat.
March 8, 2011 To honor the momentous Muhammad Ali-Joe Frazier boxing match, Life has published a gallery of never-before-seen photos.
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