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Referee Richard Steele and Promoter Signed Oversized Gold Glove From MGM Executive’s CollectionGo Back
Referee Richard Steele and Promoter Signed Oversized Gold Glove From MGM Executive’s Collection
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To some Dennis Finfrock was simply the man with the handlebar mustache. But Finfrock helped take boxing in Las Vegas to the next level. As the MGM Grand’s VP of Special Events, Finfrock managed what boxing matches would come to the MGM and also brought in the Rolling Stones, Barbra Streisand and countless other show stoppers to the area. After Mike Tyson was released from jail, it was Finfrock who inked him to a $20 million dollar deal which secured Iron Mike’s services at the MGM Grand.
In 1995 the Las Vegas Sun ranked the top 10 Las Vegas sports figures, Finfrock was the runaway choice at No. 1. He was placed above such notables as Bob Arum and Andre Agassi. Now battling Parkinson’s Disease, Finfrock has slowed down from his workaholic ways.
Each of the signatures or match-used mementos was obtained by Finfrock during his days working at the MGM Grand Garden. AMI is proud to present personal treasures from Finfrock’s collection. These have never been offered for public sale until now.
This gigantic Everlast boxing glove (26") is signed by controversial referee Richard Steele ("8") and an unnamed promoter. The promoter’s signature is "6". The glove makes a perfect conversational piece.
1995,Boxing,Glove,Signed,Treasures Andre Agassi,Barbra Streisand,Bob Arum,Dennis Finfrock,Mike Tyson,Richard Steele
Auction End: 20-Apr-09 Post Views: 3079
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