Boxing - Muhammad Ali - Boxing glove

Description
Boxing - Muhammad Ali - Boxing glove
Very good - framed, Hand signed, Hand signed in person, Limited edition, with COA

Muhammad Ali, born as Cassius Marcellus Clay (Louisville, 17 January 1942 – Scottsdale, 3 June 2016), nicknamed The Greatest and Louisville Lip, was an American boxer. Ali was named sportsman of the century by sports magazine Sports Illustrated. He became the three-time world champion in the heavyweight category and won a gold medal in the light heavyweight category at the 1960 Olympics in Rome.

Ali was named after his father Cassius Marcellus Clay senior (who was named after the abolitionist and politician Cassius Clay). Ali changed his name after becoming a member of the Nation of Islam, a separatist religious and sociopolitical organisation founded in the United States. Later, in 1975, he converted to Islam.

Ali fought a total of 61 professional matches, he won 56 of those (37 on KO) and only lost 5 (to: Joe Frazier, Ken Norton, Leon Spinks, Larry Holmes and Trevor Berbick).

This is a rare signed Everlast glove with Muhammad Ali’s signature in black. Completely authentic with a letter of authenticity and a hologram on the glove.

It also has a very luxurious display case with an aluminium sports23 Muhammad Ali name tag.

Excellent item, with a beautiful case and in great condition!

The item will be shipped with insurance as standard, but collection is also possible.

Lot details
Nr of items
1
Object
Boxing glove
Sports/ Event
Boxing
Athlete
Muhammad Ali
Condition
Very good
Extras
framed, Hand signed, Hand signed in person, Limited edition, with COA
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