Floyd Mayweather Replica Louis Vuitton Boxing Hand Signed Glove
Are you a fan of the "Pretty Boy Floyd"? Then you cannot lose your chance to have this rare glove hand signed by Floyd Mayweather!
This item is a very limited edition. Floyd has signed only 5 pairs of Luis Vitton Gloves in London on March 5th, 2020. He then posed for photos and videos while signing. These will be made available for the winner in case requested.
Mayweather competed between 1996 and 2015. Often referred to as the best defensive boxer in history, Money won the bronze medal at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. 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. From July 18 2005 to June 2 2008 he was at the top of the pound for pound ranking of Ring Mazagine. In 2017 he participated in his last match against Conor McGregor thus ending his career with the record of 50 victories and no defeats.
- The glove is Louis Vitton
- It comes in a frame.
- Frame is approximately 71 cm X 55cm.
- This piece is completed with a certificate of authenticity.
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