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Marvis Frazier boxer

Marvis Frazier image
Status inactive
Division heavyweight
Height 6′ 0½″/184cm
Reach 76″/193cm
Debut 1980-09-12
Born 1960-09-10
Nationality USA
Residence Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
bouts
21
won
19
lost
2
draw
0
bouts
21
won
19
lost
2
draw
0
Status inactive
Division heavyweight
Height 6′ 0½″/184cm
Reach 76″/193cm
Debut 1980-09-12
Born 1960-09-10
Nationality USA
Residence Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Marvis is the son of former heavyweight champion and Hall of Famer, Joe Frazier. His sister Jackie Frazier-Lyde was also a professional boxer, as was his brother Joe Frazier, Jr. (a.k.a. Hector Frazier).Marvis was a highly touted prospect and among the top-ranked amateur heavyweights. He was the 1979 National Golden Gloves Heavyweight Champion and 1980 National AAU Heavyweight Champion. His record was 56 wins and 2 losses.

Marvis is the son of former heavyweight champion and Hall of Famer, Joe Frazier. His sister Jackie Frazier-Lyde was also a professional boxer, as was his brother Joe Frazier, Jr. (a.k.a. Hector Frazier).Marvis was a highly touted prospect and among the top-ranked amateur heavyweights. He was the 1979 National Golden Gloves Heavyweight Champion and 1980 National AAU Heavyweight Champion. His record was 56 wins and 2 losses.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Oct. 27, 1988 Philipp Brown WWWWWW Convention Center, Tucson WIN
Unanimous decision
Aug. 10, 1987 Robert Evans WLLLLL Hilton, Secaucus WIN
Unanimous decision
June 1, 1987 Tom Fischer WWLLLW Hilton, Secaucus WIN
Technical knockout
July 26, 1986 Mike Tyson WWWWWW Civic Center, Glens Falls LOSS
Technical knockout
Feb. 23, 1986 James Smith WWLLWL Auditorium, Richmond WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 11, 1985 Jose Ribalta WWWDLW Trump Casino Hotel, Atlantic City WIN
Majority decision
May 20, 1985 James Tillis WWWWLW Lawlor Events Center, Reno WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 5, 1984 Funso Banjo WWWWWW Alexandra Pavilion, Muswell Hill WIN
Points
Oct. 23, 1984 Bernard Benton WWWWWW Atlantis Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 25, 1984 David Starkey WWLLL Halloran Plaza Hotel, Pennsauken WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 25, 1983 Larry Holmes WWWWWW Caesars Palace, Sports Pavilion, Las Vegas LOSS
Technical knockout
June 4, 1983 Joe Bugner WLWWWW Sands Casino Hotel, Atlantic City WIN
Unanimous decision
April 10, 1983 James Broad WWWWWW Resorts International, Atlantic City WIN
Unanimous decision
March 7, 1983 Mike Cohen WWWWWL Sheraton Charleston Hotel, Charleston WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 8, 1983 Amos Haynes WLLLLL Tropicana Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 16, 1981 Guy Casale WLWWWW Caesars Palace, Outdoor Arena, Las Vegas WIN
Corner retirement
Aug. 22, 1981 Tony Pulu WLWLLL Showboat Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas WIN
Unanimous decision
May 11, 1981 Steve Zouski WWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Technical knockout
April 10, 1981 Melvin Epps WLWLLW Felt Forum, New York WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 10, 1980 Dennis Rivers W Felt Forum, New York WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 12, 1980 Roger Troupe LLLDWW Felt Forum, New York WIN
Technical knockout