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Michael Moorer Signed Boxing Commemorative Token – COA JSAGo Back
On November 5, 1994, Michael Moorer faced 45-year-old George Foreman, who lost his last fight for the vacant WBO heavyweight title to Tommy Morrison. For nine rounds, Moorer easily outboxed him, hitting and moving away, while Foreman moving forward, seemingly unable to “pull the trigger” on his punches. Moorer was ahead on all three judges’ scorecards entering the 10th round, when Foreman hit him with a number of long-range jabs.
Then, suddenly, a short right hand caught Moorer on the tip of his chin, gashing open his bottom lip, and he collapsed to the canvas. Moorer was knocked out and lost the world championship. He also lost his undefeated record. Foreman, at age 45, became the oldest fighter ever to win the world heavyweight title.
Presented is a commemorative token from 1994 “One For the Ages” battle featuring boxer Michael Moorer. It was for the matchup vs. George Foreman at the MGM Grand. The backing was autographed by Moorer in black felt tip (“9”). No. 385.
Authentication: JSA Basic Cert & Sticker