MUHAMMAD "THE GREATEST" ALI - BOXING GLOVES SIGNED - HFSID 144975
Sale Price $2,337.50
The legendary athlete pens his name on this pair of boxing gloves
Pair of Everlast Boxing Gloves signed: "Muhammad Ali" in gold ink on the right glove. Black, size 12. Muhammad Ali (1942-2016) became World Heavyweight Champion in 1964, when, as Cassius Clay, he scored a knockout over Sonny Liston. After he became a Muslim, he changed his name to Muhammad Ali and was stripped of his title in 1967 for refusing military service because of his religious beliefs. He regained his title by knocking out George Foreman in 1974, lost it to Leon Spinks in 1978, and then regained it seven months later. Ali, the only man to hold the World Heavyweight title three times, was selected by "Sports Illustrated" as "Athlete of the Century". Signature light but legible. Otherwise, fine condition. Presented in the Gallery of History style on a 16¼x13x1 pedestal.
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