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Heavyweight Gallery

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Choose from 36 pictures in our Heavyweight collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Sonny Liston
Sonny Liston
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Jack Johnson in a boxing match
Jack Johnson in a boxing match
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Victorian Scrap - Circus Elephant riding a Tricycle
Victorian Scrap - Circus Elephant riding a Tricycle
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Bob Fitzsimmons v Peter Felix in heavyweight boxing match
Bob Fitzsimmons v Peter Felix in heavyweight boxing match
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Jess Willard
Jess Willard
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Tom Jenkins
Tom Jenkins
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Bill Lang v Bob Fitzsimmons in heavyweight boxing match
Bill Lang v Bob Fitzsimmons in heavyweight boxing match
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Jack Dempsey, American heavyweight boxer
Jack Dempsey, American heavyweight boxer
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Jack Johnson and his first wife
Jack Johnson and his first wife
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Bob Fitzsimmons, heavyweight boxing champion
Bob Fitzsimmons, heavyweight boxing champion
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Boxing match, McCarthy v Palzer, Vernon, USA
Boxing match, McCarthy v Palzer, Vernon, USA
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Boxing match, Jack Johnson v Jess Willard, Havana, Cuba
Boxing match, Jack Johnson v Jess Willard, Havana, Cuba
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Jack Johnson and his first wife Featured Image

Jack Johnson and his first wife

Jack Johnson (1878-1946), American boxer and first African American heavyweight boxing champion, pictured with his first wife, Etta Terry Duryea, who he had married in January 1911. A Brooklyn socialite and former wife of businessman Charles Duryea, she met Johnson at a car race in 1909. Their romantic involvement was allegedly very turbulent. Beaten many times by Johnson and suffering from severe depression, she committed suicide in September 1912, shooting herself with a revolver. The Tatler reported on the story calling it a tragedy in black and white'. Date: 1912

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Joe Jeannette, American boxer
Joe Jeannette, American boxer
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Boxing match, Jeannette v McVea, Paris, France
Boxing match, Jeannette v McVea, Paris, France
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Boxing match, Burns v O'Brien, Los Angeles, USA
Boxing match, Burns v O'Brien, Los Angeles, USA
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Petty Officer Matthew Curran, Irish boxer
Petty Officer Matthew Curran, Irish boxer
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Jem Smith, English boxer
Jem Smith, English boxer
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Jem Roche, Irish boxer
Jem Roche, Irish boxer
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Ian Hague, English boxer
Ian Hague, English boxer
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Freddie Mills fighting Bruce Woodcock at White Cty in 1949
Freddie Mills fighting Bruce Woodcock at White Cty in 1949
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Teddy Myers, woman wrestler
Teddy Myers, woman wrestler
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Tiger Smith (James Moir), British heavyweight boxer
Tiger Smith (James Moir), British heavyweight boxer
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British Heavyweight Champion Len Harvey
British Heavyweight Champion Len Harvey
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India - 1st Wiltshire Regiment Heavyweight Tug of War Team
India - 1st Wiltshire Regiment Heavyweight Tug of War Team
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Freddie Mills fighting Bruce Woodcock at White Cty in 1949 Featured Image

Freddie Mills fighting Bruce Woodcock at White Cty in 1949

Frederick Percival ('Freddie') Mills (1919-1965) - English boxer, and the world light heavyweight champion from 1948 to 1950. Pictured (left) fighting Bruce Woodcock (1921-1997) at White City Stadium on 2nd June 1949. Woodcock won in the 14th round, retained British, Empire, and European heavyweight titles. 50, 000 people watched the fight. Date: 1949

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

The Bell - Bonsecours, Seine-Maritime department, France
The Bell - Bonsecours, Seine-Maritime department, France
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Thomas Winter, Boxer
Thomas Winter, Boxer
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Ernst Pistulla
Ernst Pistulla
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Boxing match which lasted a record 75 rounds
Boxing match which lasted a record 75 rounds
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Bob Fitzsimmons v Bob Armstrong in boxing match
Bob Fitzsimmons v Bob Armstrong in boxing match
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Jack Johnson, world heavyweight champion boxer
Jack Johnson, world heavyweight champion boxer
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Edward (Gunboat) Smith, boxer, actor and referee
Edward (Gunboat) Smith, boxer, actor and referee
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UZCUDUN, Paulino (1899-1985). Spanish boxer. He
UZCUDUN, Paulino (1899-1985). Spanish boxer. He
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Jack Dempsey versus Georges Carpentier
Jack Dempsey versus Georges Carpentier
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Primo Carnera
Primo Carnera
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Railway Porter rather rude to sizeable female passenger
Railway Porter rather rude to sizeable female passenger
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George Hackenschmidt
George Hackenschmidt
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Jack Dempsey versus Georges Carpentier Featured Image

Jack Dempsey versus Georges Carpentier

William Harrison "Jack" Dempsey ("The Manassa Mauler") (June 24, 1895 May 31, 1983), American professional boxer and cultural icon of the 1920s. He held the World Heavyweight Championship from 1919 to 1926. Dempsey's aggressive style and exceptional punching power made him one of the most popular boxers in history. Inset picture shows French boxer, who challenged Dempsey to the title in 1921. The Dempsey-Carpentier contest took place on July 2, 1921 at Boyle's Thirty Acres, Jersey City, New Jersey, generating the first million dollar gate in boxing history. A crowd of 91, 000 watched the fight. Though it was deemed "the Fight of the Century" and many people who didn't know much about boxing thought Carpentier had a chance to win, most experts anticipated a one-sided win for Dempsey, and they were right. Date: 1921

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans