Mar 16, 1971
Henry Cooper and Joe Bugner trade blows in their title bout
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Mar 8, 1971
Joe Frazier catches Muhammad Ali with a left
Joe Frazier is directed to the ropes by referee Arthur Marcante after knocking down Muhammad Ali
Joe Frazier catches Muhammad Ali
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