WBA Champion's Belt Signed by Roy Jones Jr.
Champion's World Boxing Association mini belt signed by American former boxer Roy Levesta Jones Jr.
Nicknamed Junior, Captain Hook, RJJ or RJJR, he won world titles in four weight categories as a professional boxer. He also won the silver medal at the Seoul Olympics in 1988.
Ranked among the best boxers ever, Jones is the only athlete in the history of the sport to have started his career in light weight and gone on to win a world heavyweight title. He is also recognized as the best boxer of the nineties by the US Boxing Writers Association, and has won the IBF title in multiple weight categories: middle, supermiddle and light heavyweight.
Mini size (57cm Long).
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