Mike Tyson Rare Personally Hand-Signed Replica Full-Size WBA Championship Belt
- Personally hand-signed by Mike Tyson • Full-size replica WBA Championship belt • Item ships with James Spence Authentication database hologram sticker • Custom backdrop by MJB Memorabilia • Framed and ready to hang • We deliver worldwide • Frame measures at 1500mm and 920mm • $2795 • Zoom, Skype, FaceTime me to see your memorabilia live anytime • Full Certificate of Authenticity
This exceptional piece of memorabilia features a full-size replica WBA Championship belt that has been personally hand-signed by boxing legend Mike Tyson. Displayed with a custom backdrop by MJB Memorabilia, this framed piece is ready to hang and make a statement in any collection.
With worldwide shipping available, you can own this stunning tribute to one of the most iconic athletes in sports history. The frame measures 1500mm by 920mm, and the item comes with a full Certificate of Authenticity, as well as a James Spence Authentication database hologram sticker for your peace of mind.
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Mike Tyson, born on June 30, 1966, in Brooklyn, New York, is a former professional boxer who became the youngest heavyweight champion in history at just 20 years old. Nicknamed "Iron Mike," Tyson's explosive punching power, lightning-fast speed, and ferocious fighting style made him a formidable opponent in the ring.
Tyson's early years were marked by poverty and crime, but he found his way to boxing under the guidance of legendary trainer Cus D'Amato. Tyson turned professional in 1985 and quickly became a sensation in the boxing world, winning his first 19 professional fights by knockout. In 1986, he became the youngest heavyweight champion when he defeated Trevor Berbick for the World Boxing Council (WBC) title.
Throughout his career, Tyson captured the attention of the public both in and out of the ring. Despite his success, his life was marred by controversies, including his tumultuous marriage to actress Robin Givens, a rape conviction that led to a prison sentence, and the infamous ear-biting incident during a fight with Evander Holyfield.
Tyson retired from professional boxing in 2005, but has since made a comeback in exhibition bouts, most notably against Roy Jones Jr. in 2020. Today, Tyson is focused on his business ventures, including a cannabis company and his popular podcast, "Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson." He has also made appearances in movies, television shows, and documentaries, and has written a memoir, "Undisputed Truth," which provides an in-depth look at his tumultuous life and career.