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    1973 Chuck Wepner North American Boxing Association Heavyweight Championship Plaque. Many people, Chuck Wepner included, believe he was the inspiration to the Rocky line of movies. While we will never truly know if he was, Wepner was a heavyweight champion for a period of time. After winning the vacant National Americas heavyweight title against Ernie Terrell in 1973, Wepner was presented with this 9x12" plaque. "North American Boxing Association Heavyweight Championship June 23, 1973 Atlantic City Convention Center Chuck Wepner" is engraved on a placard. Also embossed on front is an image of two combatants. Letter of provenance from Chuck Wepner.

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