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Muhammad Ali vs. Joe Frazier Framed 23x28 Hulton Archive Giclee LE #/375 PSM

Muhammad Ali punches Joe Frazier in the head during the seventh round of their boxing match. Referee Carlos Padilla Jr. supervises this heavyweight match in Manila Philippines in 1975. October 1975 Credit: Bettmann / Contributor. ?ǣThe Thrilla?ǥ in Manila was the third and final boxing match between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier. It was contested in 1975 for the heavyweight championship of the world at the Philippine Coliseum in Cubao Quezon City Philippines on Wednesday October 1. The venue was renamed from Araneta Coliseum specifically for the match. Ali won by technical knockout (TKO) after Frazier's chief second Eddie Futch conceded the fight prior to the 15th round.The contest's name is derived from the frequent rhyming boast made by Ali that the fight would be a "killa and a thrilla and a chilla when I get that gorilla in Manila." This Limited Edition Fine Art Giclee is printed on acid-free museum quality paper with a hand-torn deckled edge. It is hand-titled hand-numbered and features an embossed seal of authenticity from the Hulton|Archive Collection. Edition size is limited to 375 pieces. Measures approximately 17" x 22" in size. This giclee has been professionally framed and matted and is approximately 23x28. This giclee comes with an official Pop Culture Vault COA

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