New Roots of Fight Thrilla in Manila Apparel
We just passed the 41-year anniversary of one of the best boxing matches of all-time: the “Thrilla in Manila” with Muhammad Ali and Smokin’ Joe Frazier. That fight went down on Oct. 1, 1975, and it forever changed the boxing world. Today we look at two new Roots of Fight Thrilla in Manila items. Click any link or picture below to order now from MMAWarehouse.com!
The Roots of Fight Thrilla Souvenir Hoodie comes in a beautiful shade of red with the front of the hoodie emblematic of the souvenir program from the famous fight. Everything is repped: Ali, Frazier, “Thrilla in Manila,” the year and more. It also has patches on the left arm of the American and Philippines flags. It has a drawstring for the hood, and athletic-style ribbed waistband & cuffs. This stylish hoodie makes a fashion statement, shows off your boxing cred, and keep you warm throughout the cold fall and winter.
The “Thrilla in Manila” was the third and final encounter between Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali, and had escalated to the point that each champion would show up ready to die in the Philippines. Many fight fans and scribes call it the greatest match in boxing history. Ali won in the end, and Frazier expressed it best right after. “Man, I hit him with punches that would bring down the walls of a city,” he said. “Lawdy, lawdy, he’s a great champion.” Celebrate this fight and the two amazing combatants with the new Roots of Fight Thrilla Souvenir Triblend Shirt. The graphics on the front are the same as the hoodie, but the left sleeve features a cool triangular patch that recognizes the Thrilla as “The Fight of a Lifetime.”
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