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Mike Tyson Signed Autographed Championship Belt with COA RARE

Mike Tyson Signed Autographed Championship Belt with COA RARE

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Mike Tyson Signed Autographed Championship Belt with COA RARE 

Unleash your inner champion with this extraordinary piece of boxing history! Our Mike Tyson Signed Autographed Championship Belt is a showstopper – a must-have for any serious memorabilia collector or boxing enthusiast.

Featuring the vibrant signature of the heavyweight legend himself, this item captures the spirit of the "Baddest Man on the Planet" in an audacious display.

Encased in a high-quality custom frame measuring an impressive 1520mm in length, 860mm in height, and 8mm in width, it's a dominant piece that commands attention. The background presents an iconic image of Mike Tyson in action, further enhancing the belt's visual impact.

Each autograph is backed with a Certificate of Authenticity, assuring you of its legitimacy and adding to its value. The rarity of this item makes it an unmissable acquisition for those looking to own a piece of sporting history.

And the best part? We ship this stunning piece worldwide, fully insured, and at no additional cost to you. Plus, MJB Memorabilia offers a unique service – see your memorabilia via a zoom call before you purchase, ensuring your complete satisfaction.

Grab this knockout piece of memorabilia for just $2995 and let the spirit of the boxing titan, Mike Tyson, fill your space. Step into the ring with MJB Memorabilia, your world leader in sports memorabilia. 

Mike Tyson, born on June 30, 1966, in Brooklyn, New York, is widely regarded as one of the greatest heavyweight boxers of all time. Known for his ferocious and intimidating boxing style as well as his controversial behaviour inside and outside the ring, Tyson's life and career have been marked by highs and lows.

Tyson's early life was tumultuous. Raised in high-crime neighbourhoods, he often found himself on the wrong side of the law. Tyson's boxing talent, however, was discovered early by Bobby Stewart, a juvenile detention centre counsellor and former boxer. Recognizing Tyson's potential, Stewart introduced him to the legendary boxing trainer Cus D'Amato.

Under D'Amato's tutelage, Tyson quickly ascended through the ranks. In 1986, at just 20 years old, he became the youngest heavyweight champion in history after defeating Trevor Berbick. His aggressive style, strength, and speed earned him the nickname "Iron Mike." By 1989, Tyson had amassed a record of 37-0.

Despite his success in the ring, Tyson's personal life was fraught with problems. His tumultuous marriage to Robin Givens ended in divorce, and his lavish lifestyle led to financial troubles. In 1992, Tyson was convicted of rape and sentenced to six years in prison, serving three.

After his release from prison, Tyson made a comeback and regained his WBC title in 1996, but lost it to Evander Holyfield later that year. The subsequent rematch in 1997, known as the "Bite Fight," is infamous for Tyson's disqualification after he bit off a portion of Holyfield's ear.

In 2005, after a string of losses and mounting financial problems, Tyson retired from professional boxing. Despite his controversial career and personal life, Tyson's impact on the sport of boxing is undeniable. His explosive power, uncanny speed for a heavyweight, and ferocious desire to win left an indelible mark on the world of boxing.

In recent years, Tyson has managed to reinvent himself. He has made appearances in films, launched a successful one-man show, and started his own marijuana company. His life, filled with both controversy and redemption, continues to captivate the public. As of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021, he hosts the podcast "Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson," where he interviews celebrities, athletes, and other notable figures.


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