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Muhammed Ali and Joe Frazier are immortalized in boxing history

Muhammed Ali and Joe Frazier are immortalized in boxing history

Muhammed Ali and Joe Frazier are immortalized in boxing history

On the 8th of March, 1971, Muhammed Ali and Joe Frazier stepped into the ring and had a boxing match that was one of the most memorable sporting events in American events and one of the most anticipated. The air was tense, eyes were wide, and for 15 rounds, America seemingly stood still. This boxing match, or The Fight as it was dubbed, was highly significant for both their careers and their political views.  

With over 300 million viewers tuned in, Ali and Frazier were more than just boxers. They represented ideals and beliefs. Fifty later, we look back at The Fight and remember what it stood for and what it meant. This boxing match was the first of the trilogy and the only one Frazier won. This boxing match also dealt Muhammed Ali his first loss.  

Despite the tensions that were rife at the time, it is a practically unanimous decision that Ali vs Fraizer was one of the greatest fights of all time, which is why the Statue is so important and monumental. On Monday afternoon, fifty years after The Fight, a statue was unveiled in commemoration of the boxing match’s Golden Jubilee anniversary.  RADIOPUSHERS and MUZIQUE Magazine are reporting on this developing story. 

Joe Frazier’s son, Joe Frazier Jr., said, according to People Magazine during the unveiling, “In fifty years, it remains the biggest event that has ever happened in the history of sports. It transcends all generations,” 

You can view the Statue here.  

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Timberland and Swizz Beatz create history with Triller

Timberland and Swizz Beatz create history with Triller

Timberland and Swizz Beatz create history with Triller

The Triller parent company, Proxima Media, recently struck an agreement with Swizz Beatz’ and Timbaland for the takeover of Verzuz. The acquisition of Verzuz is another step on the path to overcoming their top competitor TikTok. Although Triller’s content is significantly different from Verzuz’s, Proxima Media’s acquisition will be beneficial for expanding the audience of both applications. 

We do not have access to all the terms and conditions of the acquisition, but we are aware that a prerequisite for the deal was to make the two producers and founders of Verzuz major shareholders of Triller. As a part of the agreement, all previous competitors on both season one and two of Verzuz will be receiving a portion of the value of their shares in the new Triller-Verzuz company.  

During the first lockdown, Timbaland & Swizz Beats decided to host a virtual DJ battle between two prominent artists or producers. This began on the 24th of March, 2020, as an Instagram live stream. Later on, Verzuz became a brand with an official logo, website, and social media accounts. The battles were no longer held on Instagram live but rather on Apple Music and Twitter. The combination of these platforms allowed viewers to watch the battle and simultaneously talk about it on Twitter. 

In a statement released to Billboard magazine, Swizz Beats and Timbaland expressed their joy concerning the acquisition. They said it was a momentous occasion for bother Triller, Verzuz, and the entire music industry. They hope that by integrating Verzuz into Triller, both will continue to flourish and evolve over time.  RADIOPUSHERS and MUZIQUE Magazine are reporting on this developing story. 

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