Boxing Memorobilia: what stuff do you guys own?

May 22, 2013
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I've got a glove signed by Shane Mosley.

Also, not sure if it is really should be classified as memorabilia but I've got a decent collection of boxing poster I've built up through the years. They are the posters you see on the walls in pubs advertising that they will be showing the fight. Though with less fights picking up PPV's it's getting harder to add to the collection.

That's about it for me
 

Slick Ric

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I had an Ali signed glove and 8x10 photo that I sold shortly after he died and turned a nice profit on. Some Frazier items... Same story. I used to buy and sell all types of sports memorabilia and at one time I had more of it than they have in that entire shop. Currently I don’t have much boxing stuff left, but off the top of my head I have a Sweet Pea signed glove, a couple of Tyson signed photos, a couple of RJJ signed photos, a couple of Hopkins signed photos and glove, a Toney signed photo, a Bob Foster signed photo and a stack of programs from fights I went to over the years. Most of the items I still have are baseball, football and basketball. I sold off all the higher end stuff years ago but I still have probably 100 or so non-boxing signed items from the likes of Lawrence Taylor, Barry & Deion Sanders, Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Ken Griffey Jr, Nolan Ryan, Kareem, Magic, Bird, etc. I believe I still have that Nolan Ryan signed “blood” photo that you see in the video somewhere. That was taken after Bo Jackson hit a line drive off Ryan’s face. Pretty sure I sold the signed photo of him beating the shit out of Robin Ventura when Ventura was literally half his age and foolishly tried to rush the mound.
 
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I had an Ali signed glove and 8x10 photo that I sold shortly after he died and turned a nice profit on. Some Frazier items... Same story. I used to buy and sell all types of sports memorabilia and at one time I had more of it than they have in that entire shop. Currently I don’t have much boxing stuff left, but off the top of my head I have a Sweet Pea signed glove, a couple of Tyson signed photos, a couple of RJJ signed photos, a couple of Hopkins signed photos and glove, a Toney signed photo, a Bob Foster signed photo and a stack of programs from fights I went to over the years. Most of the items I still have are baseball, football and basketball. I sold off all the higher end stuff years ago but I still have probably 100 or so non-boxing signed items from the likes of Lawrence Taylor, Barry & Deion Sanders, Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Ken Griffey Jr, Nolan Ryan, Kareem, Magic, Bird, etc. I believe I still have that Nolan Ryan signed “blood” photo that you see in the video somewhere. That was taken after Bo Jackson hit a line drive off Ryan’s face. Pretty sure I sold the signed photo of him beating the shit out of Robin Ventura when Ventura was literally half his age and foolishly tried to rush the mound.
Loved Nolan Ryan as a kid.

I asked the owners if they were in a celebrity death pool. They can mark up their prices once their dead etc.
 
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Deebo

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I have a fucking ton. :verysad

This is just some of the shit I have at work, and this is probably only 3%-4% of all the stuff I have from through the years. I have a shit load at home that's all boxed away, no place to put it.

The posters I have at work are mainly a tribute to '70's and '80's Sacramento, California fighters who fought for championships or were champions. And some amateur stuff from back when I was still training as a teenager. On the posters I have I usually also add signed or original high res photos and newspaper clippings and put them in the frame.

Rocky Lockridge -vs- Tony The Tiger Lopez and Ray Boom Boom Mancini -vs- Bobby Chacon





Sugar Ray Leonard -vs- Pistol Pete Ranzany and Sonny Liston -vs- Bill McMurray: (The Pete Ranzany one has the original newspaper photo print and official newspaper clipping)






Lots of shirts I have here at work, mainly just in storage, here's about half, all unworn, unwashed, all still have the original sales tags from The MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, and Madison Square Garden. Most of them I went to in person, some I had friends who went pick them up for me:












And I also have some amateur stuff from Sacramento back when I was still training, I had my hopes on competing in this event but a ruling that took place in 1985 went into effect on January 1st, 1986 that prevented anyone under the age of 18 from competing in international amateur bouts with anyone over the age of 18 (I was 17 at the time). But even though I was banned from the tournament I was still good buds with the promoters and others and I was able to secure a poster, patch, watch and program from the 1986 USA -vs- USSR northern California boxing tournament, now framed and in the office.





I have so much shit I honestly don't even remember but maybe 30% of the whole collection.

Yes, I have a problem.
 
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Deebo

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So I've had a hair up my ass since yesterday about just the boxing stuff I have in a couple boxes in storage here at work and I came across a few other things that people may like, here's an original mint condition 41-year-old welterweight championship fight program from the Pipino Cuevas -vs- Pete Ranzany bout and some photos from events and individual amateur and professional fighters from USA, USSR and Cuba in the '70's and '80's, the smaller ones are actually old ass Polaroid Instamatic camera photos:








And here's a gold plated belt buckle from the western USA open amateur tournament I was in way back in the day, if you topped your weight class they gave you these instead of trophies:






Lot of old, forgotten but good memories in these boxes. My life was much simpler back then.