Superare Fight Goods
Superare x LeRoy Neiman: FOTC 50th Anniversary 14th Round Sketch Shirt
On March 8, 1971, Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali fought in what came to be known as the "Fight of the century."
This fight was the culmination of two of the best heavyweight boxers of an era after they both had cleared out all other challengers and finally were facing off. The fight lived up to the tremendous hype and onlookers were left with a memory for the rest of their lives.
We honor the memory of this landmark event with our new "Fight of the Century": 50th Anniversary collection.
We have partnered with the LeRoy Neiman estate to utilize his iconic art from that night on a capsule of apparel that is as timeless as the fight itself.
For this item, we utilized the original Neiman live sketch from round 14 of the fight. Neiman's sketches were used to illustrate the fight to viewers at home when the broadcast had some technical difficulties.
Color: Citron (has a slight lime tone to it, almost like a watercolor)
Material: 100% ringspun cotton
Fit: Regular men's
Soft ink graphics
Officially licensed from Ali, Frazier, and Neiman estates.
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Great shirt...I'm glad I purchased it.
I'm a 6'2" guy with a 50 inch chest and broad shoulders. The 3xl fits perfectly without being to long or saggy in certain areas. Nice shirt.
I love the shirt! Is there any way I can get the ali shirt that you had in yelllow??? I lost it and dying to read purchase. I attached pic
On March 8, 1971, I was 11 years old. I remember the excitement, the hype and anticipation about the FOTC! It was round 1 of three of the greatest fights in boxing history. I actually met Smokin Joe about seven years later and got his autograph. He was really cool. Never got to meet Ali but he was my hero just the same! If you’re a Ali, Frazier or just a boxing fan, buy this shirt!