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Boxing biography of Ali. 1st edition. 8vo. Foxing to page edges. Dust wrapper, lightly rubbed. A good copy.
The full story of the many visits Ali made to Britain from his bout with Cooper to the Parkinson interview and his fund raising trip to the North East in 1977. Large 8vo. 160pp. Photographs throughout
Biography of Harry Scott, the British middleweight boxer of the 1960s who never got to fight for the British title. Written by his wife. Paperback. A4. 99pp. Very good condition. Signed and
Boxing biography of Len Shaw, a local boxing (and sporting) hero from Sheffield. Paperback. 8vo. 140pp. Very good condition.
Khan tells the story of his rise from the back streets of Bolton to the Olympics and into the world of professional boxing. 8vo. 207pp. 24 pages of photographs. Dust-wrapper, very good. Signed by Khan
Khan tells the story of his rise from the back streets of Bolton to the Olympics and into the world of professional boxing. 8vo. 207pp. 24 pages of photographs. Dust-wrapper, very good.
Authorised biography of American light-heavyweight boxer Archie Moore (1913-98), world champion between 1952 and 1959 and holder of most career knockouts (131). 8vo. 244pp. Dust-wrapper, very good.
The autobiography of American light-heavyweight boxer Archie Moore (1913-98), world champion between 1952 and 1959 and holder of most career knockouts (131). First UK Edition. 8vo. 240pp. 8 pages of photographs.
Biography of Sammy Aaronson, the American boxer, trainer and manager. 8vo. 188pp. Original dust-wrapper, rubbed and chipped with some fading to spine. A very good copy in a fair dust-wrapper.
Biography of the Featherweight Champion of 1957 who was the first Nigerian boxing world champion in any class. 1st edition. 8vo. 120pp. 8 pages of photographs. Very good condition in very good laminated
Boxing autobiography of Ken Norton, the great American heavyweight champion who suffered a series of strokes in later life. Paperback. 8vo. 163pp. Some light creasing but generally in very good condition.
Uncommon biography of the Nottinghamshire prize-fighter. Paperback. 8vo. 212pp. Pages 45-65 have come loose (or are coming loose) from the binding. This would seem to be a problem with the quality of the
Boxing book. The heaviest punchers from Wilde to Stevenson. 1st edition. 8vo. Very good in dustwrapper.
Biography of the boxer Billy Mcleod who hailed from Ancoats, Manchester, and was mainly active during the 1870s. He fought in the Manchester area against such opponents as Jim Wight and Tom Scattergood,
A biography of Jack Johnson, the first black Heavyweight Champion of the World. 8vo. 245pp. 8 pages of photographs, Dust-wrapper, rubbed with closed rear to front. A good copy.
Biography of the famous Australian heavyweight, Peter Jackson, 'The Black Prince', written in the form of a novel. Jackson fought both James Corbett and John Jeffries in the 1890s. 1st edition. 8vo.
A behind-the-scenes look at the world of Mike Tyson by the boxing reporter for the New Yorks Times. 1st edition. Large 8vo. A fine copy. Signed by the author to the title page with a 'compliments of WBC'
Boxing biography of Bombardier Billy Wells. Paperback. 8vo. 218pp. Very good condition.
Early biography of the British boxer Prince Naseem Hamed, with many photographs. Paperback. 4to. 96pp. Good condition.
Largely pictorial celebration of the British featherweight. 1st edition. 4to. Dustwrapper, lightly rubbed with small closed tear to back cover. Good.
Booklet early pictorial autobiography of Joe Louis, published when he was amongst the leading contenders for the heavyweight title following his defeat of Primo Carnera in 1935. Paperback. Large
Autobiography of the famous British boxing referee Harry Gibbs. 1st edition. 8vo. Very good in dust wrapper.
Boxing biography of the American light-heavyweight Billy Conn, including his close relationship with the author, who carved out an impressive career in the world of banking. 8vo. 109pp. Dust-wrapper,
Boxing biography of Tony Booth, the journeyman boxer from Hull who was jailed for 9 years in 2011. Paperback. 8vo. 191pp. Very good condition.
A look at some of the great boxers who hailed from Croydon, by one of their own - Tom Fisher (helped by Gilbert Allnutt). Updated edition. Paperback. 8vo. 67pp. Covers lightly rubbed. A good copy.
Biography of the Irish American bare-knuckle boxer who died in 1878. 8vo. 282pp. Original red boards with gilt titles, lightly rubbed. A good copy.
Paperback. 8vo. 142pp. Illustrated paper wrappers - back wrapper a little creased with repaired tear. Spine chipped to head and tail. A good copy.
The story of the life and writings of journalist Pierce Egan, boxing's first historian, and the writer of Boxiana, the record of the golden age of pugilism. 8vo. xiv + 253pp. Frontispiece, 9 plates.
Autobiography of the heavyweight boxing champion. First edition. Large 8vo. 262pp. A good copy.
Boxing biography of Larry Foley, the great Australian boxing champion who started out in a street-fighting gang in Sydney - the Rocks Push. In 1879 he became the Australian bare-knuckle champion. 8vo.
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