Boxing legend and former heavyweight World Boxing Champion Joe Frazier lost his battle with liver cancer after being in hospice care. Here's a look at Frazier in recent years.
Heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield (right) chats with Frazier at an event in 1998. Frazier's career started with an Olympic gold medal in 1964. His professional career lasted from 1965 to 1976.
Laila Ali (left), the daughter of boxing legend Muhammad Ali, is congratulated by Frazier after Ali defeated Frazier's daughter Jacqui in their eight-round bout at Turning Stone Casino in Verona New York, June 8, 2001.
Ali and Frazier talk moments before the 2002 NBA All-Star game at the Philadelphia Convention Center. Frazier is perhaps best known for his three fights against Ali. Frazier won the first and Ali the other two.
Frazier and Ali pose together as they arrive at the 10th annual ESPY Awards July 10, 2002, in Hollywood. The two fought their most famous bout, known as the "Thrilla in Manilla," in 1975, which Ali won after 14 rounds.
(Left to right) Former boxing champions Ken Norton, Jake Lamotta, Larry Holmes, Frazier, Gerry Cooney and Micky Ward pose for photographers at a fundraiser in New York, Oct. 14, 2004. Frazier won his first WBA championship with a defeat of Jimmy Ellis in 1970.
Boxing promoter Don King and Frazier pose at a news conference in New York in 2005. Frazier's overall record was 32 wins (27 by knockout), four losses and one draw.
Frazier shapes up at ringside in Sydney on May 17, 2006.
Frazier and the Philadelphia Phillies mascot the "Philly Phanatic" perform during a break in play in Game 4 of the 2009 Major League Baseball World Series in Philadelphia, Nov. 1, 2009.
Frazier watches the New York Knicks play the Utah Jazz in 2011.
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