Muhammad Ali vs. Joe Frazier I: Date, Odds, Stats, Prediction

In an undisputed world title fight, Joe Frazier (Smokin' Joe Frazier) defends his heavyweight WBA and WBC belts against Muhammad Ali (The Greatest). The winner also wins the vacant The Ring title. Let's take a look at the stats, odds of winning, and the prediction for this fight.

29
Oct 29, 1960
31-0
199
80.6%
191 cm
198 cm
7 cm
Orthodox
Muhammad Ali
91 days
31
Age
Debut
Record
Rounds
KOpct
Height
Reach
apeIndex
Stance
Lay Off
winStreak
27
Aug 16, 1965
26-0
120
88.5%
182 cm
185 cm
3 cm
Orthodox
Muhammad Ali
110 days
26
WBAWBCTheRing
HV
w1
d2
HV
w1
d9
HV
w1
d9
WBAWBC
HV
w1
d1
HV
w1
d1
heavyweight
Monday, 8 Mar 1971
Madison Square Garden, New York City, New York, U.S.
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Muhammad Ali vs. Joe Frazier I, Mar 8, 1971

Ali vs. Frazier Date

This is the first fight between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier. Ali was 29 years and 1 month old with a record of 31 wins and 0 loss. Frazier was 27 years and 1 month old with a record of 26 wins and 0 loss.

This heavyweight world title fight between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier took place on at Madison Square Garden, New York City, New York, U.S..

Ali was coming off a 15 round TKO win against Oscar Bonavena on 7 December, 1970. On the day of this fight, he was 29 years and 1 month old with a record of 31-0 (25 KO).

Frazier was coming off a 2 round KO win against Bob Foster on 18 November, 1970. He was 27 years and 1 month old with a record of 26-0 (23 KO) on the day of the fight.

Ali vs. Frazier Stats

Ali vs. Frazier Odds

The winning odds is 68-32 in favor of Joe Frazier. Based on these numbers, our AI makes the following prediction.

This should be an easy win for Joe Frazier. The chances of Muhammad Ali winning is very slim.

Ali vs. Frazier Result

Joe Frazier deafeated Muhammad Ali via 15 round UD to win the vacant The Ring heavyweight title and retain the WBA and WBC heavyweight titles. Ali's undefeated record of 31 wins comes to an end, and Frazier advances his win streak to 27. Frazier is now 27-0, and Ali 31-1.

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