A Selection of sets relating to Boxing

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Victoria Gallery Boxing Boxing Champions 2nd Series Promotional Card (Randolph Turpin) 1992 Boxing Champions 2nd Series Promotional Card (Randolph Turpin) 1992 L1 - Issued to promote their Boxing Champions 2nd Series set this card pictures British Middleweight Champion Randolph Turpin more commonly known as Randy. The front pictures a head and shoulders caricature with action caricature at the bottom and the words Promotional Card in a red line across one corner. The back is full of information about the boxer for instance we learn that he was from a boxing family, his brother Dick was a Lonsdale Belt holder and that Randy’s greatest victory came when he out-pointed Sugar Ray Robinson to become Middleweight Champion of the World. Size 79 x 63mm
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Sporting Profiles Boxing Iron Mike Tyson Additional Card Tyson v Mc Bride 2005 Iron Mike Tyson Additional Card Tyson v Mc Bride 2005 L1 - The boxing continues on this card featuring the programme for the Tyson v McBride fight held in 2005 in Washington D.C. This card is an addition to the Tyson series issued in 2004 and I see that Laila Ali was also on the bill. The fight itself was not without controversy as a struggling Tyson quit his stool before the 7th round began meaning McBride won automatically on a technicality. The card back gives statistics for the rival boxers including birthplace and weight. Size 78 x 60mm.
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Iron Mike Tyson Additional Card Tyson v Mc Bride 2005

Sporting Profiles - L1 in set

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Sporting Profiles Boxing Joe Louis A Career History Wild Card (Joe Louis v Billy Conn 1941) 2000 Joe Louis A Career History Wild Card (Joe Louis v Billy Conn 1941) 2000 L1 - Issued as an extra card to the set of L25 Joe Louis A Career History this card features Joe Louis v Billy Conn 1 a memorable fight which took place at the Polo Grounds on 18th June 1941. The front is in colour and reproduces the souvenir programme cover whilst the black and white back contains mini-pictures and informative text. Size 78 x 60mm.
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Sporting Profiles Boxing The Greatest Muhammad Ali Wild Card Ali v Marciano Computer Bout 1997 The Greatest Muhammad Ali Wild Card Ali v Marciano Computer Bout 1997 L1 - This card is a supplement to the Muhammad Ali A Career History set issued in 1993. The card is based on a fictious bout between Ali and the retired Rocky Marciano. Basically data on their styles, previous fights etc. was fed into a computer then the men were filmed in various situations and with different endings. The film was then edited and the ending chosen based on the computer’s prediction before being shown on TV in the 1970s. According to the computer Marciano would have taken a beating, but would knock Ali out in the 13th round. When the film was show in this country on the BBC many viewers complained of racisim and the next week they showed a different version with Ali triumphing. This card shows a mock-up of a fight poster for the two and the informative text on the back tells you all about the greatest fight to never happen. Size 80 x 61mm.
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Sporting Profiles Boxing The Greatest Muhammad Ali Wild Card Clay v Lavorante 1997 The Greatest Muhammad Ali Wild Card Clay v Lavorante 1997 L1 - Here we have another supplementary card to the Muhammad Ali A Career History set dated 1993. This time we go right back to 1962 when Ali was still known as Cassius Clay and in his 15th professional fight he met Argentinian Alejandro Lavorante at the Los Angeles Sports Arena. At that stage Ali was still the underdog although he had an unbeaten record and many were surprised at the short work he made of defeating Laorante. Ali had predicted he would down Lavorante in round five and that is just what he did. Of course as we all know this was just the start of a long and impressive career for the young Clay/Ali. The colour front shows the poster for the fight whilst the text on the back covers all the action. Size 80 x 61mm.
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Sporting Profiles Boxing Heavyweight Champions of the Naughty 1890s (Boxing) 2001 Heavyweight Champions of the Naughty 1890s (Boxing) 2001 L4 - Today’s boxing contests must seem like a junior warm-up in comparison to the bloody fights which took place in the late 19th century, as described on these cards in texts researched from contemporary newspapers. Of the four champs featured in these photos three – John L. Sullivan, James J. Corbett and James J. Jeffries – are American and there is our very own Bob Fitzsimmons making up the set.\\r\\nSize 81 x 60mm.\\r\\n
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Sporting Profiles Boxing Iron Mike Tyson Bonus Series 2004 Iron Mike Tyson Bonus Series 2004 L5 - This is an addition to the main series of thirty, and features five fights held in New York State between his first in November 1985 and 23rd in June 1986 in which Tyson beat various opponents only two of whom lasted beyond the second round. Colour reproductions of the souvenir programmes are on the fronts, fight details on the backs. Size 78 x 60mm.
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Iron Mike Tyson Bonus Series 2004

Sporting Profiles - L5 in set

£2.50

Rockwell Boxing Mighty Atoms The All Time Greats (Boxers) 2004 Mighty Atoms The All Time Greats (Boxers) 2004 10 - The “Might Atoms” are boxers pictured during famous fights, World Champions all, from Joe Gans, World Lightweight Champion in 1906 through to Julio Chavez, World Light Welterweight Champion in the 1990s. Included is our own Jimmy Wilde from Glamorgan who held the World Flyweight Championships from 1916 to 1923 and reckoned to be “pound for pound, probably Britain’s greatest ever boxer”. Numbered text backs with mini head and shoulders photo. size 68 X 36mm
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Rockwell Boxing The Great Heavyweights 2002 The Great Heavyweights 2002 10 - These are sepia photos of great heavyweight boxers in action and they are all American. Obviously the ten include Joe Louis and Muhammad Ali, but can you guess the others? They are Jack Johnson, Jack Dempsey, Gene Tunney, Rocky Marciano, Sonny Liston, Joe Frazier, George Foreman and Larry Holmes. The numbered, descriptive backs have a mini head and shoulders portrait. Size 68 x 36mm in vertical format this series is also available in a larger horizontal format.
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The Great Heavyweights 2002

Rockwell - 10 in set

£4.50

Rockwell Boxing The Great Middleweights 2002 The Great Middleweights 2002 10 - There are seven American boxers in this set of Middleweights which include Jake LaMotta (the ‘Bronx Bull’), Sugar Ray Robinson who was surprisingly beaten by our own Randolph Turpin in their first contest, and more recent champ Marvin Hagler who held the world title from 1980-87. The numbered backs contain a brief career history of the boxer concerned together with a small head and shoulders portrait. Size 68 x 36mm in vertical format. Also available in horizontal format in a large size.
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The Great Middleweights 2002

Rockwell - 10 in set

£4.50

Brindley Boxing World Boxers 2nd Series Nos. 7-12(1993) World Boxers 2nd Series Nos. 7-12(1993) M6 -
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World Boxers 2nd Series Nos. 7-12(1993)

Brindley - M6 in set

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Sporting Profiles Boxing Boxing Greats 2003 Boxing Greats 2003 15 - Arranged in chronological order from John L Sullivan of the 1880s to Muhammad Ali, these are colour pictures each combining a head and shoulders and action portrait of some of the greatest names in boxing history, including Jack Dempsey, Gene Tunney, Joe Louis, Sugar Ray Robinson and Rocky Marciano, with their achievements recalled on the backs. Size 67 x 35mm.
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Boxing Greats 2003

Sporting Profiles - 15 in set

£5.00

Players International Boxing Boxing Personalities Ringlords 1991 Boxing Personalities Ringlords 1991 LT40 -
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Boxing Personalities Ringlords 1991

Players International - LT40 in set

£5.00

Sporting Profiles Boxing Rocky Marciano (Boxer) 2001 Rocky Marciano (Boxer) 2001 L8 - The set begins with the programme for his fight against Joe Louis in October 1951 followed by other covers including the fight against Don Cockell, described on the back as “the podgy British champ” and ending with Marciano knocking out Archie Moore at the Yankee Stadium in September 1955. Size 80 x 60mm.
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Rocky Marciano (Boxer) 2001

Sporting Profiles - L8 in set

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Sporting Profiles Boxing The Golden Age of Middleweights 1980-1989 (2006) The Golden Age of Middleweights 1980-1989 (2006) L9 - The “golden age” concerned is the 1980s, with Sugar Ray Leonard, Marvin Hagler, Thomas Hearns and Roberto Duran slugging it out at Caesars Palace and elsewhere to claim world middleweight or welterweight titles. The programme covers for each of the nine contests are illustrated on these cards, the backs of which include details of the fighter’s trainer, reach, height, etc. Size 77 x 60m
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The Golden Age of Middleweights 1980-1989 (2006)

Sporting Profiles - L9 in set

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Franklyn Davey Boxing Boxing 1924 (reprint 2002) Boxing 1924 (reprint 2002) 25 - The Bristol firm of Franklyn Davey produced a series of 25 boxing cards in 1924 (the same as Ogden’s 1914 series) and these were reprinted in 2002. These colour cards should more accurately be called boxing lessons since they take you through the different moves necessary in the noble art. The fronts picture one or two boxers demonstrating a technique whilst the card backs give full details of how to achieve this, starting with the basic position through to stopping a left handed punch whilst preparing to land one. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Boxing 1924 (reprint 2002)

Franklyn Davey - 25 in set

£6.00

Sporting Profiles Boxing Heroes of the Prize Ring 1994 Heroes of the Prize Ring 1994 L20 -
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Heroes of the Prize Ring 1994

Sporting Profiles - L20 in set

£6.00

Sporting Profiles Boxing John L Sullivan Cradle to Grave 1997 John L Sullivan Cradle to Grave 1997 LT11 -
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John L Sullivan Cradle to Grave 1997

Sporting Profiles - LT11 in set

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Sporting Profiles Boxing The Greatest Cassius Clay Bonus Card Set Programme Covers 1958-1962 (2010) The Greatest Cassius Clay Bonus Card Set Programme Covers 1958-1962 (2010) L12 - Described as a ‘Bonus Card Set’ this series is something of a prequel to “The Muhammed Ali Story”. This time reproductions of programme covers are used to chart the boxer’s early career beginning with the 1958 Golden Glove Tournament of Champions and ending in 1962 with the match in which Clay knocked out Billy Daniels in the 7th round, and includes the 1960 contest when he became National Amateur Light-Heavyweight Champion (the same year as he took Olympic Gold) Silhouette of the champ on the backs. Size 78 x 60mm
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Sporting Profiles Boxing The Muhammad Ali Story 2010 The Muhammad Ali Story 2010 L10 - The ‘story’ on these cards is essentially pictorial, illustrating landmarks in the boxer’s career titled on the card fronts – “the Beginning”, “Manilla”, “Three Time Champ”, as a gold medallist at the 1960 Olympics, etc., in colour photo-based artwork – whilst the backs make up into a sectional picture of the champ towering over a prone Sonny Liston in an artist’s impression of a knock-out scene from around 1964 or 1965 I would guess. Size 78 x 60mm.
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The Muhammad Ali Story 2010

Sporting Profiles - L10 in set

£6.00

Hudden Boxing Famous Boxers 1927 (reprint 1992) Famous Boxers 1927 (reprint 1992) 25 -
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Famous Boxers 1927 (reprint 1992)

Hudden - 25 in set

£6.50

Singleton & Cole Boxing Famous Boxers 1930 (reprint 1992) Famous Boxers 1930 (reprint 1992) 35 -
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Famous Boxers 1930 (reprint 1992)

Singleton & Cole - 35 in set

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Victoria Gallery Boxing Boxing Champions 2nd Series 1992 Boxing Champions 2nd Series 1992 L21 -
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Boxing Champions 2nd Series 1992

Victoria Gallery - L21 in set

£7.00

Rockwell Boxing Mighty Atoms The All Time Greats (Boxers) 2004 Mighty Atoms The All Time Greats (Boxers) 2004 L10 - The “Might Atoms” are boxers pictured during famous fights, World Champions all, from Joe Gans, World Lightweight Champion in 1906 through to Julio Chavez, World Light Welterweight Champion in the 1990s. Included is our own Jimmy Wilde from Glamorgan who held the World Flyweight Championships from 1916 to 1923 and reckoned to be “pound for pound, probably Britain’s greatest ever boxer”. Numbered text backs with mini head and shoulders photo. size 79 x 63mm
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Rockwell Boxing The Great Heavyweights 2002 The Great Heavyweights 2002 L10 - This series of 10 sepia photos of great heavyweight boxers in action includes Joe Louis, Muhammad Ali, Jack Johnson, Jack Dempsey, Gene Tunney, Rocky Marciano, Sonny Liston, Joe Frazier, George Foreman and Larry Holmes. The backs have a short description and a mini head and shoulders portrait of the boxer concerned and the cards are all numbered. Size 80 x 63mm these are in horizontal format. A smaller size of this series is also available in a vertical format.
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The Great Heavyweights 2002

Rockwell - L10 in set

£7.00

Rockwell Boxing The Great Middleweights 2002 The Great Middleweights 2002 L10 - This series of 10 horizontal format cards feature Great Middleweight boxers such as Jake LaMotta (the ‘Bronx Bull’), Sugar Ray Robinson and Marvin Hagler who held the world title from 1980-87. The backs are numbered and contain a short career history and mini head and shoulders portrait. Size 80 x 63mm these cards are also available in a smaller vertical format.
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The Great Middleweights 2002

Rockwell - L10 in set

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Rowland Boxing Boxers Series 1 1999 Boxers Series 1 1999 20 - These colour caricatures in new artwork by Garth Dykes feature stars of the 1920s and 1930s, including the likes of Kid Berg “The Whitechapel Whirlwind”, American Harry “The Human Windmill” Greb, etc. Black on white text backs. Size 65 x 34mm
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Boxers Series 1 1999

Rowland - 20 in set

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Rowland Boxing Boxing Legends Series 1 1999 Boxing Legends Series 1 1999 20 - Artwork by Neil Holt, colour caricatures highlighted by a dark background and featuring big names such as Joe Louis, Gene Tunney, Jack La Motta, Randolph Turpin, Freddie Mills, Iugemar Johansson etc. Whose stories are told on the numbered black and white text backs. Size 66 x 34mm
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Boxing Legends Series 1 1999

Rowland - 20 in set

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Sporting Profiles Boxing Frank Bruno Programme Covers 2005 Frank Bruno Programme Covers 2005 L20 - This giant of a man became a popular personality both in and out of the ring, but as a heavyweight boxer he has fought against many of the toughest in the business, as we see on these excellent colour reproductions of programme covers from the early eighties to the late nineties, including Bugner, Lennox Lewis and the 1989 contest ‘Iron’ Mike Tyson at the Las Vegas Hilton. Size 78 x 60mm.
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Frank Bruno Programme Covers 2005

Sporting Profiles - L20 in set

£7.50

Mayo (USA) Boxing Prizefighters c1890 (reprint 2001) Prizefighters c1890 (reprint 2001) 35 -
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Prizefighters c1890 (reprint 2001)

Mayo (USA) - 35 in set

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Sporting Profiles Boxing When Ali Met Pele 2007 When Ali Met Pele 2007 L20 - Celebrating two of the 20th century’s greatest names in sport, the Brazilian footballer Edison Arantes do Nascimento, or simply ‘Pele’, and Cassius Clay aka Muhammad Ali, the world heavyweight boxing champion. The two are pictured embracing on the black and white sectional backs of this card series, the fronts of which are colour photographs of highlights in their careers, Ali from Olympic gold to a pensive modern portrait, Pele from boy wonder to national hero and there’s a wonderful picture of Pele with Bobby Moore. Size 78 x 65mm.
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When Ali Met Pele 2007

Sporting Profiles - L20 in set

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Cartledge Boxing Famous Prize Fighters Variety Cards of Numbers 13 and 19 1939 Famous Prize Fighters Variety Cards of Numbers 13 and 19 1939 4 - Issued in 1939 these two varieties were produced by Cartledge, the makers of ‘Knock-Out’ razor blades, who had already issued a series of 50 Famous Prize Fighters in 1938 (check website for availability), which was also available as a part set (minus No. 23) of 49 out of 50 (again check our website for availability). These varieties are a mix of black and white drawings and matt photographs with first class text on the backs. The two featured are No. 13 William Thompson or Eric Boon and No. 19 Bill Doherty or Arthur Danahar. It was perhaps intended that Arthur Danahar and Eric Boon would replace William Thompson and Bill Doherty in the set as in February 1939 Boon fought Danahar in what was the first boxing match to be televised by the BBC. These are a must for any boxing fan. Size 67 x 35mm
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Sporting Profiles Boxing Marvin Hagler Programme Covers 2006 Marvin Hagler Programme Covers 2006 L20 - This series features programme covers tracing the career of world middleweight boxing champion, American Marvin Hagler, between 1976 to 1987 at various venues in the U S A and Europe, including the fight versus Britain’s Tony Sibson at Worcester and Alan Minter at Wembley Arena. Also there is Hagler vs Sugar Ray Leonard at Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas, the same cover occurs in The Golden Age of Middleweights. The backs make up into a picture of the champ. Size 78 x 60mm.
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Marvin Hagler Programme Covers 2006

Sporting Profiles - L20 in set

£8.00

Churchman Boxing Boxing Personalities 1938 (reprint 1990) Boxing Personalities 1938 (reprint 1990) 50 -
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Boxing Personalities 1938 (reprint 1990)

Churchman - 50 in set

£8.50

Sporting Profiles Boxing Cassius Clay The Early Years 2002 Cassius Clay The Early Years 2002 L16 - Muhammad Ali boxed under his given name Cassius Clay during the first part of his amazing career in the ring, and this series reproduces in colour fifteen of the posters advertising some of his major contests including that memorable fight at the Empire Stadium, Wembley on 18th June 1963 when he nearly lost his title to Henry Cooper. The 16th card pictures Clay at his peak with a checklist on the back. Size 78 x 59mm.
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Cassius Clay The Early Years 2002

Sporting Profiles - L16 in set

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Sporting Profiles Boxing Smokin Joe Frazier A Career History 2005 Smokin Joe Frazier A Career History 2005 L20 - Starting with the Tokyo Olympics in 1964 and ending with the fight against Foreman in 1976, these colour reproductions of programme covers trace “Smokin Joe” Frazier’s distinguished boxing career, including three contests versus Ali, a famous encounter with Joe Bugner at Earls Court in 1973 (Bugner lost on points in round 13) and two against Foreman, nineteen cards in all with stats. On the backs, plus a cover card with details of all the matches. Size 79 x 61mm.
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Smokin Joe Frazier A Career History 2005

Sporting Profiles - L20 in set

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Victoria Gallery Boxing Boxing Champions 1st Series 1991 Boxing Champions 1st Series 1991 L20 - This is an excellent set which begins with Jack Johnson who was World Heavyweight Champion between 1908 and 1915 and ends with 1986-90 champion ’Iron’ Mike Tyson with plenty of big names in between. All the cards have a light blue border and the boxer is pictured in colour in a large body shot with a smaller fight scene inset at the bottom. There is plenty of interesting information on the card backs, for instance, we learn that Jack Dempsey was the first fighter to attract a $1 million gate, that British star Tommy Farr’s style had been shaped in the boxing booths of his youth or that the legendary ‘Brown Bomber’ Joe Louis died broke even though he had earned nearly $5 million in his career. Other favourites in the set include Rocky Marciano who was the only heavyweight champ to retire without a single defeat, Floyd Patterson who was the youngest heavyweight champion, ‘Sonny’ Liston, British boxer Henry Cooper, the greatest boxer Muhammad Ali, Joe Frazier, George Foreman, London born Frank Bruno and Evander Holyfield. A 2nd Series of these was also produced in 1992. Cards size 80 x 62mm.
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Boxing Champions 1st Series 1991

Victoria Gallery - L20 in set

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Sporting Profiles Boxing Iron Mike Tyson 2004 Iron Mike Tyson 2004 L30 - At twenty he became the youngest world heavyweight champion in history. That was in 1986 and since then Brooklyn born Mike Tyson has been a controversial figure in and out of the ring. This series illustrates his career with colour reproductions of official programme covers, with details of his and his opponents on the backs, over a period of 17 years through to February 2003 when Iron Mike knocked out Etienne in round 1 by which time he had lost only four out of 55 contests. Included are two fights against Frank Bruno (both knockouts). Unnumbered size 78 x 60mm
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Iron Mike Tyson 2004

Sporting Profiles - L30 in set

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Sporting Profiles Boxing Larry Holmes Programme Covers 2006 Larry Holmes Programme Covers 2006 L36 - These programme covers tell an incredible story because they feature fights over a 25-year period from 1978 to 2002 during which “the Easton Assassin” Larry Holmes, fought all-comers to gain or defend, the world heavyweight championship. Included are the matches against Ali in 1980 and Tyson in 1988 and, of course, there’s plenty of that special boxing hype, “A September to Remember”, “Duel in the Dome”, “Star Wars” and so on. The backs make a picture of the champ. Size 78 x 64mm.
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Larry Holmes Programme Covers 2006

Sporting Profiles - L36 in set

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Sporting Profiles Boxing Lennox Lewis Programme Covers 2006 Lennox Lewis Programme Covers 2006 L30 - “The birth of a champion. Be in at the beginning” says the programme for boxing at the Royal Albert Hall on 27th June 1989. Lennox Lewis duly won the contest with a knock-out in the second round. The series of colour reproductions takes us to 25 other fights, the latest being in Los Angeles in 2003 where Lewis again did the business, disposing of the Ukrainian Klitschko in round six. In between are matches against the likes of Tyson, Holyfield and Ruddock. Size 78 x 60mm.
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Lennox Lewis Programme Covers 2006

Sporting Profiles - L30 in set

£10.00

 
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