Heavyweight Champion Larry Holmes and the late artist Leroy Neiman, made famous by his colorful and abstract sports imagery both have signed this original WBC World Heavyweight Championship poster from March, 1982. The fight against contender Gerry Cooney was postponed due to Cooney’s back injury, making this original poster that much rarer, and didn’t take place until June 1982 and was considered one of the most highly anticipated fights of the early 80′s.
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