Top 20 Joe Frazier Quotes

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I don't mind people want to think Muhammad is the great
I don’t mind people want to think Muhammad is the greatest fighter around. Everybody wants to make him great because of his mouth, that he was the best. He was good, but that doesn’t make him great. I proved that.

Joe Frazier
Work is the only meanin’ I’ve ever known.

Joe Frazier
Preaching don’t mean you are a true man. You got to go out and do.

Joe Frazier
I hated Ali. God might not like me talking that way, but it’s in my heart.

Joe Frazier
When you work for me, you don’t say good things about Ali.

Joe Frazier
I went to see President Nixon at the White House. It wasn’t difficult to get a meeting because I was heavyweight champion of the world. So I came to Washington and walked around the garden with Nixon, his wife and daughter. I said: I want you to give Ali his licence back. I want to beat him up for you.

Joe Frazier
I was never, ever once angry in the ring.

Joe Frazier
Joe Frazier’s life didn’t start with Ali. I was a Golden Gloves champ. Gold medal in Tokyo ’64. Heavyweight champion of the world long before I fought Ali in the Garden.

Joe Frazier
When I go out there, I have no pity on my brother. I’m out there to win.

Joe Frazier
Ali would not be Ali unless I had come along. Him and me had three fights.

Joe Frazier
This is just another man, another fight, another payday.

Joe Frazier
Ali always said I would be nothing without him. But what would he have been without me?

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The boxing game has been good, so we need to give back. We have to teach young men how to be men.

Joe Frazier
I couldn’t go to school with whites. Now there are schools that educate everyone.

Joe Frazier
Ali even told me in the ring, ‘You can’t beat me – I’m your Lord.’ I just told him, ‘Lord, you’re in the wrong place tonight.’

Joe Frazier
Boxing is the only sport you can get your brain shook, your money took and your name in the undertaker book.

Joe Frazier
Twenty years I’ve been fighting Ali, and I still want to take him apart piece by piece and send him back to Jesus.

Joe Frazier
Life doesn’t run away from nobody. Life runs at people.

Joe Frazier
When I was a boy, I used to pull a big cross saw with my dad. He’d use his right hand, so I’d have to use my left.

Joe Frazier
My family‘s support and the negative environment of the day toward blacks in South Carolina became the forces that led me out of the South – first to New York, then to Philadelphia, where I found opportunity in the form of a PAL gym and my trainer, Yank Durham.

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