ROBERTO "HANDS OF STONE" DURAN - BOXING GLOVE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: HECTOR "MACHO" CAMACHO - HFSID 288609
Sale Price $450.00
ROBERTO DURAN and HECTOR CAMACHO
Red Everlast boxing glove signed by both in black felt tip. Duran had championship belts in 4 weight classes, Camacho in 3.
Boxing Glove signed: "Roberto/Duran", "The Macho Man/Camacho". Red, left hand Everlast boxing glove, signed by both in black felt tip. One of only four boxers to hold four different world titles (lightweight, 1972-1979; welterweight, 1980; junior middleweight, 1983; middleweight, 1989-1990), ROBERTO DURAN, who began his career in 1967, is especially remembered for quitting in the eighth round of his November 25, 1980 rematch with Sugar Ray Leonard, saying "no mas" ("no more"). The Panamanian fighter had won a 15-round decision over Leonard on June 20, 1980. Duran finally retired in 2002, at age 50, with a 104-16 record and 69 KOs. Between 1983 and 1992, HECTOR "MACHO" CAMACHO held boxing titles in the super featherweight, lightweight and light welterweight divisions. The Puerto Rican boxer's record was 79 wins, 5 losses and 2 draws. His son, Hector Camacho, Jr. ("Machito") is a successful boxer too. Fine condition.
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