Marvis Frazier

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Name: Marvis Frazier
Born: 1960-09-10
Birthplace: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Hometown: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 6′ 0½″   /   184cm
Reach: 76″   /   193cm
Boxing Record: click

Trainer: Joe Frazier

Featured with his father on the cover of the August 1980 The Ring magazine

Amateur Achievements

  • 1979 Pennsylvania State Golden Glove Heavyweight Champion
  • 1979 National Golden Gloves Heavyweight Champion
  • 1979 Under 19 years old World Heavyweight Champion
  • 1980 National AAU Heavyweight Champion
  • Amateur record: 56-2
  • He knocked down and beat future heavyweight champ Tim Witherspoon in a matchup.

Other Factoids

  • Son of World Heavyweight Champion Joe Frazier
  • Sister Jacqui Frazier-Lyde was also a professional boxer
  • Brother Joe Frazier Jr. (a.k.a Hector Frazier), was also a pro boxer
  • Cousin Rodney Frazier was also a pro heavyweight contender.
  • After retiring from boxing, he became an ordained Pentacostal minister and active participant in Prison Fellowship.
  • He trained his sister Jacqui and his brother Joe Jr, while they were active boxers.
  • Presently, he trains boxers and runs the family's limousine business.