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The Prize

Champion's mini belt from the Asociación Mundial de Boxeo signed by the American boxing champion Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Born in Grand Rapids on February 24, 1977, Mayweather is one of the greatest boxers of all time and - with a record of 50 fights and no defeat - he is the most successful boxer of all time.

As a professional boxer he was WBC world champion in five different weight categories and was nominated Fighter Of The Year by Ring Magazine in 1998 and 2007.

Mini size (57cm Long).



The Cause

Since 2003, the Veronesi foundation has been pursuing a single objective: promoting the progress of science, health resources and ethical growth—civilly and in society.

"Science must always work for and with the human being,” declared the founder, Umberto Veronesi, “this means respect of the person, research for solutions and strategies that can improve the quality of life, offering new hopes for the present and for the generations in the future”.

At the core of the foundation there is barrier-free and scientific research that invests in young talent from each country, working toward answers to new questions using innovative and high-profile research programs dedicated to the prevention and diagnosis of tumors, cardiovascular disease and neuroscience, and the discovery of cure strategies that are efficient and beneficial to the entire community.

Unique in its genesis, the foundation has pushed its own interests outside the walls of a laboratory, encouraging social involvement and education in science. The Veronesi Foundation is also active with its devotion to science so that the results from science become available to everybody. Particularly, the foundation spreads the principles of prevention and correct lifestyle to keep disease away, even the most serious diseases that we can avoid just by changing our behavior.

Additional Details

  • In condition as donated.
Item #P40914

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