Regular price $175.00

Laila Ali was born December 30, 1977 in Miami Beach, to Muhammad Ali and his third wife Veronica Porsche Ali. She was their second child and is the most famous of the nine children born to Muhammad Ali. Laila has a degree in business from Santa Monica college and previously owned a nail salon in California before becoming a boxer. To much fanfare, she made her debut on October 8, 1999, knocking out April Fowler in the first round. She rallied off 8 wins in a row, and many among boxing's fans started talking about wanting to see her and George Foreman's daughter, Freeda Foreman, or Joe Frazier's daughter, Jackie Frazier-Lyde square off in a boxing ring. On the evening of June 8, 2001, Ali and Frazier finally met, in a fight that became the first time a women's boxing fight was the main event of a Pay Per View event in history, a fight which was also nicknamed Ali/Frazier IV in allusion to their fathers' famous fight trilogy, and a fight which was part of the International Boxing Hall Of Fame induction weekend's activities. Ali won by judge's decision.Ali is currently 24-0 as a boxer. Presented here is an original, on site boxer to her debut as a fighter and is signed by Laila Ali.
This is an original, paper, on site poster which pictures Laila Ali and Razor Ruddock. Bold color and print. Bold, clear images. Clean front and back. Not creased or torn. Sharp. 16 1/2" x 20."

Size: 16 1/2 x 20

Condition: excellent