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Stribling, the son of vaudeville performers, was groomed to be a professional fighter from birth; Turning pro at 15, he amassed more knockouts then anyone except Archie Moore; He defeated a number of outstanding fighters during his career but was unsuccessful in several big fights He was a good boxer and good hitter but often failed to follow up an advantage; Jim Corbett ranked him among boxing's greatest feinters, along with Jack Johnson and Benny Leonard In 1931, he fought for the Heavyweight Championship against Max Schmeling but lost; Stribling was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 1996.Presented here is a signed and inscribed photo of Stribling The signature was not done by Stribling, but one of his parents.
This is a signed and inscribed photo of Young Stribling, signed by one of his parents.The photo measures 8 inches by 10 inches.The photo has 2 large creases across the bottom of the photo.The edges show some wear and two of the corners have creases.The signature is in ink and is faded in parts and effected by the creasing.The images are clean.

Size: 8 x 10

Condition: good