1996 NIGEL BENN vs STEVE COLLINS Vintage On-Site Boxing Program MANCHESTER

1996 NIGEL BENN vs STEVE COLLINS Vintage On-Site Boxing Program MANCHESTER
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Item Description

Date - July 6, 1996

Main Event(s) - Nigel Benn vs. Steve Collins for the WBO Super Middleweight Title

Other Undercard Fight(s) or Fighter(s) listed in the Program

Thulane "Sugar Boy" Malinga vs. Vincenzo Nardiello for the WBC Super Middleweight Title

Chris Pyatt vs. Steve Foster

Maurice Core vs. Mark Prince

Dean Phillips vs. Peter Judson

Herbie Hide vs. TBA

Harry Simon vs. Del Bryan

Paul Burke vs. Rocky Milton

Michael Brodie vs. Colin Innes

Kelly Oliver vs. John Pierre

Cassius Baloyi vs. Peter Harris

Lee Whitehead vs. TBA

Ricky Sackfield vs. Brian Coleman

Nicky Boyd vs. TBA

Paschal Collins vs. Darren Littlewood

Additional Info:

Venue - Nynex Arena, Manchester, United Kingdom

Vintage On-Site Boxing Program.

Size - About 8 1/2" x 11" inches. About 42 pages.

Condition - About EX condition with general handling wear. No writing. Unscored. Please enlarge scans or photos to see better detail.

A great lot for the vintage Boxing Program and Memorabilia collector.

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