Quality items from Bonanzaโ€™s top-rated sellers.

Lynn's Ballcards earned a 100% satisfaction rating for providing an excellent experience from start to finish. View booth >>

Rendered at 19:28:48 03/20/19
  kgrhqeokise4nfcwvwbboke6z8dfq   3
  kgrhqeokise4nfcwvwbboke6z8dfq   3

SAMMY ANGOTT Lightweight Boxing Exhibit Card

$8.66
$8.95

Don't miss out on this item!

There is only 1 left in stock.

Top-Rated Seller

Shipping options

Ships in 2 business days Details
$2.50 to United States

Return policy

Full refund available within 30 days

Purchase protection

Payment options

Top-Rated Seller

Shipping options

Ships in 2 business days Details
$2.50 to United States

Return policy

Full refund available within 30 days

Purchase protection

Payment options

Item traits

Reviews:

Search Walmart

Category:

Other Vintage Sports Mem

Quantity Available:

Only one in stock, order soon

Condition:

Used

Listing details

Shipping discount:

No combined shipping offered

Posted for sale:

More than a week ago

Item number:

81061101

Item description

NO WORLDWIDE SALES!! Vintage Sammy Angott boxing Exhibit Card. Some light stains and a few small pin holes top right. Card was mounted in a scrapbook. Check scans for condition. Sammy Angott From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sammy Angott Statistics Real name Samuel Engotti Nickname(s) "The Clutch" Rated at Lightweight Nationality American Born January 17, 1915 Washington, Pennsylvania Died October 22, 1980 (aged 65) Stance Orthodox Boxing record Total fights 135 Wins 99 Wins by KO 23 Losses 28 Draws 8 Sammy Angott (January 17, 1915 โ€“ October 22, 1980) was born Samuel Engotti in Pennsylvania. He was known as a clever boxer who liked to follow up a clean punch by grabbing his opponent, causing him to be known as "The Clutch." On May 3, 1940, the 5-8 fighter gained recognition from the National Boxing Association (NBA) as its world lightweight champion when he outpointed Davey Day over 15 rounds. In 1941 Angott outpointed Lew Jenkins, who was recognized as the world title holder, to become the undisputed lightweight king. He defended the title only once, a 15-round points win over Allie Stolz in May 1942. Angott, retired but returned to defeat the reigning world featherweight king, Willie Pep in a non-title bout. Eventually he regained the NBA lightweight crown by outpointing Slugger White in 15 rounds. He lost the title for good to Juan Zurita on March 8, 1944. In his career, Angott met the best fighters in the welterweight and lightweight divisions. He fought Sugar Ray Robinson, Bob Montgomery, Beau Jack, Fritzie Zivic, Henry Armstrong, Redtop Davis, Sonny Boy West, and Ike Williams. Angott retired with a record of 99 wins (23 KOs), 28 losses and 8 draws. He was knocked out just once in his career, by Beau Jack in 1946.[1] Buyer pays 2.50 for first class s/h. Canadian residents higher. Please request an invoice before paying for multiple purchases so you can receive your shipping discount! Be sure to add me to your favorites list! Check out my other items! You may combine multiple purchases to save on shipping!! Thanks for looking!! Powered by Turbo Lister The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items. Click Here. Double your traffic. Get Vendio Gallery - Now FREE!
Spinner

You may adjust your notification preferences at any time

Minimum 6 characters; at least one number and one capital letter

If you become a seller on Bonanza, this information will become part of your public profile

New to Bonanza? Sign up to save items, follow sellers and get exclusive coupons.

Don't worry - Bonanza respects your inbox. We send less email and make it easy to opt out. Read our privacy policy »