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    1994 James "Lights Out" Toney Fight Worn Robe & Trunks from Freddie Delgado Bout from The James Toney Collection. James Toney was back on top when he pummeled Freddie Delgado in June of 1995 to win the WBU light heavyweight title. Toney put Delgado's lights out in the fifth round with a technical knockout. The "Sichel size L" green satin pullover has an array of tassels under the arms to add a bit of personality. "James Lights Out Toney Two Time World Champion" is embroidered on the reverse with two boxing gloves shattering a light bulb. The inside has cloth material fitted in. Size, manufacturer's, "Made in U.S.A." and "Dry Clean Only" tags are featured in the collar. The shorts mirror the robe and are size large. "JT" and two crowns accentuate the front and the sides contain more tassels. Letter of provenance from James Toney.

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    October, 2018
    18th-19th Thursday-Friday
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