[Pre-Owned] - Upper Deck Pro Shots Series 1 - Muhammad Ali, World Heavyweight Champion Statue

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  • Condition: Good (EWDDCT Certified)
  • Box: No
  • Accessories: Complete (Missing card)
  • Any Flaws/Issues: None
Product Code: PAF01
Brand: Upper Deck
Availability: In Stock
Rs. 6,866

NOTE: ACTUAL PRODUCT PICTURES ARE SHARED ALONG WITH THE SELLER'S ASKING PRICE & COMMENTS. DELIVERY DURATION: 2-3 BUSINESS DAYS.

  • Seller's Comment:

    "In decent condition rare statue from my personal collection, up for sale."

    Accessories:

    No Box.
    Includes: Statue & Base (Missing card).
  • Condition 7/10. "

    Description:
     
    I am the greatest!
    Float like a butterfly, but sting like a bee!
    It's just a job. Grass grows, birds fly, waves pound the sand. I beat people up.
    Celebrate one of the greatest boxers ever, with this 1965 World Heavyweight Champion Pro Shots Series 1 action figure! The action figure stands about 6-inches tall and features authentic detail and likeness of the Champ. This black and white variant of the 1965 Heavyweight Champion action figure features Ali in the classic pose of him staring down over a beaten Sonny Liston with him flexing his right arm. The figure is presented in the Pro Shots environment diorama package, with an Upper Deck trading card depicting the "Pro Shot" image and description of the key event or achievement.
     
    The ending of the 1965 heavyweight battle between Muhammad Ali and Sonny Liston ranks as one of them ost controversial finishes in boxing history. But there's no doubt that the image of an infuriated Ali towering over a fallen Liston stnads as one of the most powerful images in the history of sports photography. In a rematch of a 1964 fight in which Ali, won and proclaimed himself "the greatest," the fighters squared off in Maine. In the first round, Liston went to the canvas courtesy of a quick Ali right. A fired-up Ali stood over his rival, urging him to get to his feet. After a long count, Ali remained undefeated via a KO.
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