VINNY "PAZMANIAN DEVIL, VINNY PAZ" PAZIENZA - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED - HFSID 276258
Sale Price $180.00
VINNY "PAZMANIAN DEVIL, VINNY PAZ" PAZIENZA
He tells a fan he'll win a 50th fight and then retire from the ring.
Autograph Letter signed: "Vinny", 1p, 5½x8½. No place, no date. On personal letterhead to "Yo John". In full: "Thanx pal. I'm going for #50 March 27th on Comcast so check it out if you can! (might be delayed). You thought I had 46 but I gues I snuck 3 wins on ya! But 50 and it's over! Always". Vinny Pazienza (b. 1962), who bears the nickname of "Pazmanian Devil", changed his last name to Paz in the 1990s. He won the IBF's lightweight championship in 1987, and then began a series of challenges in heavier weight categories. He made the largest leap ever in championship weights (24 pounds) when he gained the WBA's junior middleweight title in 1991, regaining his title fighting in a neck brace against doctors' advice! He waged tough fights against top contenders in the super middleweight class in the 1990s. Pazienza kept his promise to retire after 50 victories. He won a unanimous 10-round decision over Tucker Pudwill in 2004, and then retired with a record of 50-10 (30 wins by knockout). Fine condition.
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