Muhammad Ali Artwork

Celebrating 50 Years of Ali

USA Today Special Ali Edition with Giclee

©MirrorPix
Celebrating 50 years on the world stage - a very Limited Edition Fine Art Giclee from the Hulton/Archive titled "Float Like a Butterfly, Sting Like a Bee." In this fine art photograph. Each piece is hand titled, and hand numbered; printed on acid-free museum quality paper with a hand-torn deckled edge. This piece also features a color remarque of a red boxing glove and it is paired with a USA TODAY celebrates a half-century of Ali on the world stage. Muhammad Ali vs Sonny Liston title matches are still one of the most controversial boxing matches in the world. The second match only lasted 1 minute and 42 seconds before Muhammad Ali knocked down Liston with what would become known as the "phantom punch". While Liston laid on the ground Ali stood over him screaming to get up "you big bear" while photographers snapped this now famous photo of scene. It is custom framed 36" X 35" with a beautiful brass plaque that reads "Muhammad Ali Three Time Heavyweight Champion Of The World, Sportsman Of The Century".
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I Shook The World

Limited Edition Giclee Signed by MUHAMMAD ALI

©Joe Petruccio
This wonderful canvas depicts the first fight where the 32 year old Liston defended his title against the 22 year old Cassius Clay on February 25, 1964, in Miami Beach Florida. Liston failed to answer the bell for the seventh round and Clay was declared the winner by a technical knockout. Sensing that he had made history, Clay sprang to the center of the ring, did a victory jig and then quickly ran to the ropes to remind sportswriters that he had told them so all along. In a scene that has been rebroadcast countless times over the ensuing decades, Clay repeatedly yelled "I'm the greatest!" and "I shook up the world!" as being held back by his trainer, Angelo Dundee. This artwork was created and signed by Joe Petruccio and is published as a Fine Art Giclee on canvas in an edition of only 25 pieces in which Muhammad Ali signed no more than 6 PIECES. A certificate will be provided documenting Ali's signature was witnessed by a representative of Muhammad Ali Enterprises. In addition, an "in the presence" PSA/DNA Certificate of Authenticity will be provided. Approximate framed size 44" x 37".
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He's Young, He's Pretty, And He Can't Be Beat

Limited Edition Giclee Signed by MUHAMMAD ALI

© Hulton| Archive of London
A dashing and dapper Cassius Clay is photographed on a New York City street dressed like an English gentleman in a suit, bowler hat and umbrella. This Limited Edition Fine Art Giclee was produced using an original negative from a photograph taken on May 26, 1963. This Limited Edition Fine Art Giclee is printed on acid-free Museum quality paper with a hand-torn deckled edge. It is hand-titled and hand-numbered and features an embossed seal of authenticity from the Hulton|Archive of London Collection. Muhammad Ali signed no more than 35 PIECES. A certificate will be provided documenting Ali's signature was witnessed by a representative of Muhammad Ali Enterprises. In addition, an "in the presence" PSA/DNA Certificate of Authenticity will be provided.Complete edition size is limited to only 275 pieces. Approximate framed size is 24" x 49".
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One In A Million

Limited Edition Giclee Signed by MUHAMMAD ALI

© Hulton| Archive of London
Everybody wanted to get just a glimpse of Muhammad Ali at his West End Hotel in London, England, where he was staying before his 1996 fight with Henry Cooper. This Limited Edition Fine Art Giclee was produced using an original negative from a photograph taken on May 9, 1966. Muhammad Ali signed no more than 20 PIECES of the artwork. A certificate will be provided documenting Ali's signature was witnessed by a representative of Muhammad Ali Enterprises. In addition, an "in the presence" PSA/DNA Certificate of Authenticity will be provided. This Limited Edition Fine Art Giclee is printed on acid-free Museum quality paper with a hand-torn deckled edge. It is hand-titled and hand-numbered. Edition size is limited to only 275 pieces. Approximate framed size is 28" x 38".
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The fight nearly didn't happen

Fine Art Photograph Signed by MUHAMMAD ALI

The fight nearly didn't happen. Just three days before their scheduled November, 1964 bout in Boston, Ali is hospitalized, requiring emergency surgery to repair a hernia. During Ali's six-month recovery period, complications in Massachusetts lead authorities to deny sanctioning the bout. The smallest crowd created the most memorable photo in heavyweight title history . Forced to find a new home for the title fight, promoters settle on tiny St. Dominic's arena in Lewiston, Maine. Only 2,412 fans attend the May 25, 1965 fight, which ends in a first round 2:12 knockout. The photo of Ali over the KO'ed Liston is one of the most coveted championship photos in all of sports. The anchor punch, the controversy. Ali in his prime, 206 pounds of raw strength; Liston older and fading. Catching Liston off balance moving forward, Ali lands a lightning fast "anchor punch" to the jaw, snapping Liston's head and sending him to the canvas. Referee and former heavyweight champ Jersey Joe Walcott has trouble managing the knockdown, but Liston doesn't make it up in time to beat the count. A certificate will be provided documenting Ali's signature was witnessed by a representative of Muhammad Ali Enterprises. In addition, an "in the presence" PSA/DNA Certificate of Authenticity will be provided.Framed 32x40.
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Everlast Silk Boxing Shorts

Signed by MUHAMMAD ALI

These are white with black trim, silk Everlast boxing shorts signed by Muhammad Ali. Framed with perhaps one of the most famous photographs in sports history, this image captures the historic moment in Lewiston, Maine, on May 25, 1965, when Muhammad Ali knocked out Sonny Liston in the rematch of their 1964 title fight. Within one minute of the first round, Ali retained his title and earned the respect he deserved and the lasting title of The Greatest. A certificate will be provided documenting Ali's signature was witnessed by a representative of Muhammad Ali Enterprises. In addition, an "in the presence" PSA/DNA Certificate of Authenticity will be provided. Approximate framed size is 43" x 48".
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Everlast Silk Robe

Signed by MUHAMMAD ALI

This is a white with black trim, silk Everlast robe signed by Muhammad Ali. It is framed with four black and white photos that are candid shots of Ali in action. A certificate will be provided documenting Ali's signature was witnessed by a representative of Muhammad Ali Enterprises. In addition, an "in the presence" PSA/DNA Certificate of Authenticity will be provided. Approximate framed size is 46" x 50".
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Sweet Victory

Fine Art Photograph Signed by MUHAMMAD ALI

©Muhammad Ali Enterprises LLC
Muhammad Ali raises his arms in triumph after winning another fight with his corner man Angelo Dundee by his side. Ali recorded 56 wins, 37 by way of knockout, and only 5 losses in his illustrious career. Dundee was the corner man for all of Ali's fights. Muhammad Ali signed a LIMITED number of pieces. A certificate will be provided documenting Ali's signature was witnessed by a representative of Muhammad Ali Enterprises. In addition, an "in the presence" PSA/DNA Certificate of Authenticity will be provided. This photograph is an open edition. Ali and Ali Logo are trademarks of Muhammad Ali Enterprises LLC. Approximate framed size is 34" x 30".
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Rumble In The Jungle

Fine Art Photograph Signed by MUHAMMAD ALI

©Muhammad Ali Enterprises LLC
The Rumble in the Jungle was a historic boxing event that took place on October 30th, 1974, in the Mai 20 Stadium in Kinshasa, Zaire. It pitted then world Heavyweight champion George Foreman against former world champion and challenger Muhammad Ali. This photograph shows Ali's vicious 8th-round right that knocked Forman off his feet, resulting in an Ali victory. Muhammad Ali signed a LIMITED number of pieces. A certificate will be provided documenting Ali's signature was witnessed by a representative of Muhammad Ali Enterprises. In addition, an "in the presence" PSA/DNA Certificate of Authenticity will be provided. This photograph is an open edition. Ali and Ali Logo are trademarks of Muhammad Ali Enterprises LLC. Approximate framed size is 34" x 30".
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He's The Greatest

Limited Edition Giclee Signed by MUHAMMAD ALI

©Joe Petruccio
Artist Joe Petruccio shares with you in this portrait of the champ, the Muhammad Ali that will live on in his mind forever. He says, "When I close my eyes, this is the Ali I see..." young, cocky and full of fire! 'I am the greatest!' and don't you forget it. I never do." This artwork was created and signed by Joe Petruccio and is published as a Fine Art Giclee on canvas in an edition of only 95 pieces in which Muhammad Ali signed no more than 30 PIECES. A certificate will be provided documenting Ali's signature was witnessed by a representative of Muhammad Ali Enterprises. In addition, an "in the presence" PSA/DNA Certificate of Authenticity will be provided. Approximate framed size is 41" x 56".
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Avenger


Limited Edition Giclee Signed by MUHAMMAD ALI

©Joe Petruccio
Simply a brilliant painting from Joe Petruccio of action and drama from the second of three fights between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier that took place at the Madison Square Garden in New York City, on January 28, 1974.Ali won by decision. This artwork was created and signed by Joe Petruccio and is published as a Fine Art Giclee on canvas in an edition of only 50 pieces in which Muhammad Ali signed no more than 14 PIECES. A certificate will be provided documenting Ali's signature was witnessed by a representative of Muhammad Ali Enterprises. In addition, an "in the presence" PSA/DNA Certificate of Authenticity will be provided. Approximate framed size 44" x 37".
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Triple Threat

Limited Edition Giclee Signed by MUHAMMAD ALI

©Joe Petruccio
Joe Petruccio pays homage to "The Greatest" with this celebration of Ali being the only boxer to win the heavyweight title on 3 separate occasions: Feb 1964 vs. Sonny Liston, Oct 1974 vs. George Foreman and Sept 1978 vs. Leon Spinks. This artwork was created and signed by Joe Petruccio and is published as a Fine Art Giclee in an edition of only 25 pieces in which Muhammad Ali signed no more than 4 PIECES. A certificate will be provided documenting Ali's signature was witnessed by a representative of Muhammad Ali Enterprises. In addition, an "in the presence" PSA/DNA Certificate of Authenticity will be provided. Approximate framed size 35" x 28".
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Paying Homage To The Greatest

Limited Edition Giclee
Signed by Muhammad Ali & Chuck Liddell

©Eric Williams
This is a trio of images of Chuck Liddell wearing an Ali robe. It was taken on the Sunset Strip by the Sahara Hotel. Eric dressed this shot asking Chuck to wear the robe. Eric says "It's the only way I could show and say Ali is to boxing, what Chuck is to MMA as well as paying homage to Ali. This is a Limited Edition Giclee on paper. Chuck "The Iceman" Liddell, hand signed the artwork in the presence of a Notary Public and each signed piece comes with a letter from the notary attesting to the witnessed signature. It is signed by photographer Eric Williams. Muhammad Ali signed no more than 20 PIECES. A certificate will be provided documenting Ali's signature was witnessed by a representative of Muhammad Ali Enterprises. In addition, an "in the presence" PSA/DNA Certificate of Authenticity will be provided. Approximate framed size is 48" x 32 1/2".
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Fight Of The Century

Limited Edition Giclee Signed by MUHAMMAD ALI

©Muhammad Ali Enterprises LLC
Boxing promoters called the bout between both undefeated Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier that took place on March 8, 1971, at New York's Madison Square Garden "The Fight of the Century". Light on his feet, Ali escapes one of Frazier's mighty left hooks. The officials called the fight after the 15th round, declaring Frazier the winner. Frazier had retained the title with a unanimous decision by the judges, dealing Ali his first professional loss. Muhammad Ali signed no more than 30 PIECES. A certificate will be provided documenting Ali's signature was witnessed by a representative of Muhammad Ali Enterprises. In addition, an "in the presence" PSA/DNA Certificate of Authenticity will be provided. In addition, this piece was signed by Joe Frazier, in the presence of his representative. This signed canvas fine art edition, measuring approximately framed 50" x 40".
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Boxing Ring Bell

Signed by Muhammad Ali

This is a boxing ring bell hand signed by Muhammad Ali framed with two MirrorPix Giclees. The first is "I'm So Mean", Ali poses before his fight with Larry Holmes September 1980. The second is "Ali vs. Foreman" at the World Heavyweight title fight in Zaire 1974. A certificate will be provided documenting Ali's signature was witnessed by a representative of Muhammad Ali Enterprises. In addition, an "in the presence" PSA/DNA Certificate of Authenticity will be provided. Approximate framed size is 54" x 26".
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Everlast Boxing Boot

Signed by Muhammad Ali

This is an Everlast boxing boot signed by Muhammad Ali. It is framed with two MirrorPix Giclees. First is "To Be A Champion". This picture was taken of Cassius Clay, later to be known as Muhammad Ali using a punching bag in training August 1966. The second is "A Champ In Training". Ali using a jump rope during training before his fight with Henry Cooper, June 1963. A certificate will be provided documenting Ali's signature was witnessed by a representative of Muhammad Ali Enterprises. In addition, an "in the presence" PSA/DNA Certificate of Authenticity will be provided. Approximate framed size is 46" x 26".
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The Fab Five

Fine Art Photograph Signed by Muhammad Ali

©Muhammad Ali Enterprises LLC
During their first American tour, The Beatles visited Miami Beach, Florida, and had a photo opportunity at Miami's Fifth Street Gym on February 18, 1964, with heavyweight boxer Cassius Clay (later Muhammad Ali) who was in town training for the run-up to his title fight against Sonny Liston on February 22. The Beatles, from left to right, are Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Ringo Starr and George Harrison. Muhammad Ali signed a LIMITED number of pieces. A certificate will be provided documenting Ali's signature was witnessed by a representative of Muhammad Ali Enterprises. In addition, an "in the presence" PSA/DNA Certificate of Authenticity will be provided. This photograph is an open edition. Ali and Ali Logo are trademarks of Muhammad Ali Enterprises LLC. Approximate framed size is 34" x 30".
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Future Champ

Fine Art Photograph Signed by Muhammad Ali

©Muhammad Ali Enterprises LLC
Cassius Clay, who later changed his name to Muhammad Ali, photographed as a young boy of age 12 at a gym in Louisville, Kentucky, at the beginning of his remarkable career. The original photograph was taken in 1954. Muhammad Ali signed a LIMITED number of pieces. A certificate will be provided documenting Ali's signature was witnessed by a representative of Muhammad Ali Enterprises. In addition, an "in the presence" PSA/DNA Certificate of Authenticity will be provided. This photograph is an open edition. Ali and Ali Logo are trademarks of Muhammad Ali Enterprises LLC. Approximate framed size is 30" x 34".
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Thrilla In Manila

Fine Art Photograph Signed by MUHAMMAD ALI

©Muhammad Ali Enterprises LLC
The "Thrilla in Manila" was the third and final famous boxing match between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier for the Heavyweight Boxing Championship of the World, fought at the Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines on October 1, 1975. The decision went to Ali on a TKO after 14 rounds. The sheer determination of both fighters to win is evident in this photograph. Referee Carlos Padilla, Jr. is also pictured in the photo. A LIMITED number of pieces were signed by Muhammad Ali. A certificate will be provided documenting Ali's signature was witnessed by a representative of Muhammad Ali Enterprises. In addition, an "in the presence" PSA/DNA Certificate of Authenticity will be provided. This photograph is an open edition. Ali and Ali Logo are trademarks of Muhammad Ali Enterprises LLC. Approximate framed size is 34" x 30".
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A Hard Day's Fight-

Limited Edition Giclee

©Hulton|Archive of London
February 1964, American heavyweight boxer Cassius Clay poses in the ring in mock victory over British pop group The Beatles. This Limited Edition Fine Art Giclee is printed on acid-free Mead paper with a hand-torn deckled edge. It is hand-titled, hand-numbered, and features an embossed seal of authenticity from the Hulton|Archive of London Collection. Edition size is limited to only 275 pieces. Approximate framed size 27" x 32".
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