CHARLES, EZZARD-FREDDY BESHORE DRESSING ROOM PASS (1950)

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On August 15, 1950 at the Memorial Auditorium in Buffalo, New York world heavyweight champion Ezzard Charles defended his title against Freddy Beshore. Charles stopped Beshore in the 14th round. The fight was stopped because Beshore suffered a badly cauliflowered ear. Freddie had fought to the limit with all he had. Though badly punished at close range fighting, he never stepped back. Except for occasional rallies by Beshore, the match was decidedly one sided and lacking in thrills." (Nat Fleischer in The Ring, October 1950, page 3.) Beshore was not off of his feet in this fight and lived up to his reputation for toughness. Offered here is an original Dressing Room Pass for this fight.
This is an original Dressing Room Pass which names the fighters and date. Bold color and print. Clean front and back. Creased on right side. Minor edge wear. Ink notations on back. 2" x 3 1/2."

Size: 2 x 3 1/2

Condition: very good