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Boxing Framed Print Collection

Experience the thrill of the Boxing ring with our exclusive Boxing collection of Framed Prints from Media Storehouse. These stunning pieces, inspired by the rich history and tradition of the sport, capture the raw energy and passion of Boxing in London, England, United Kingdom, Europe. Each print is meticulously crafted and framed to preserve the vibrant colors and intricate details, making it a must-have addition to any sports enthusiast's home or office. Bring the excitement of the ring into your space and relive the thrill of the fight with every glance.

Boxing is a sport that originated in London, England and has become popular across the United Kingdom

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1,756 Framed Prints

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Boxing, early 19th century, (1941). Creator: Henry Thomas Alken

Boxing, early 19th century, (1941). Creator: Henry Thomas Alken
Boxing, early 19th century, (1941). Bare-knuckle fighting. Illustration which originally appeared in " The National Sports of Great Britain" illustrated by Henry Alken. (London, 1821)

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Loftus Road Stadium Going to the Match Fine Art - Queens Park Rangers Football Club

Loftus Road Stadium Going to the Match Fine Art - Queens Park Rangers Football Club
Loftus Road is an all-seater football stadium in White City, London, which is home to Queens Park Rangers. On 7 June 2019

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Bystander cover 1929 - In Training - Boxing woman

Bystander cover 1929 - In Training - Boxing woman
A woman in a fetching sporty outfit of silky shorts and stockings takes out her frustrations on a punch bag dressed up as a man. Date: 1929

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Boxer / Daniel Mendoza

Boxer / Daniel Mendoza
DANIEL MENDOZA 1764 - 1836 English boxer who was the acknowledged English heavyweight champion and who operated a successful boxing school in London

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Second floodlit match at Highbury Stadium

Second floodlit match at Highbury Stadium
Arsenal v Glasgow Rangers 17th October 1951. (The First floodlight match at Highbury was Arsenal v Hapoel Tel Aviv on 19th September 1951). Credit: Arsenal Football Club

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Boxing - Fives Court with Randall & Turner sparring

Boxing - Fives Court with Randall & Turner sparring
The interior of Fives Court in Little St. Martins Lane, a popular venue for the Fancy in the heyday of the prize ring, showing Jack Randall and Ned Turner sparring

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Tyson Fury

Tyson Fury
Boxing - Tyson Fury vs Dereck Chisora Tyson Fury fights Dereck Chisora for the British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles at Wembley Arena, London

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Ken Buchanan vs. Al Ford

Ken Buchanan vs. Al Ford
Boxing - WBA World Lightweight Title - Ken Buchanan vs. Al Ford Scotlands Ken Buchanan (tartan shorts) during his victory over Canadas Al Ford (red shorts) in the Empire Pool, Wembley, London

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Michael Watson vs Nigel Benn for the British Commonwealth middleweight title

Michael Watson vs Nigel Benn for the British Commonwealth middleweight title. The fight was held outdoors in Finsbury Park north London

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Sugar Ray Robinson v Randolph Turpin 1951

Sugar Ray Robinson v Randolph Turpin 1951
Sugar Ray Robinson v Randolph Turpin World Middleweight Championship fight, Earls Court London July 1951 Turpin won on points

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: 1977 Glenryck Cup - Cycle Circuit Eastway

1977 Glenryck Cup - Cycle Circuit Eastway
Road Cycling - 1977 Glenryck Cup Professional Criterium - Eastway Cycle Circuit Belgiums Eddy Merckx, with Great Britains Keith Lambert behind his right shoulder, at Lee Valley Park

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Scotlands Ken Buchanan

Scotlands Ken Buchanan
Boxing - WBA World Lightweight Title - Ken Buchanan vs. Al Ford Scotlands Ken Buchanan (tartan shorts) during his victory over Canadas Al Ford (red shorts) in the Empire Pool, Wembley, London

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: London Boxing 1870

London Boxing 1870
Two fighters slug it out in the gloomy interior of a tent, watched by a small crowd of Londoners who have probably bet on the outcome

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Boxing / Jack Broughton

Boxing / Jack Broughton
English boxer; third heavyweight champion of England (? - 1750); operated a boxing school and arena, London (1742-89); invented boxing rules and gloves

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Boxing Day Battle: Chelsea vs. Brighton and Hove Albion in the Premier League (26DEC17)

Boxing Day Battle: Chelsea vs. Brighton and Hove Albion in the Premier League (26DEC17)
Match action during the Premier League game between Chelsea and Brighton and Hove Albion at Stamford Bridge, London, on Boxing Day, the 26th December 2017

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Jim Watt fights Alexis Arguello at Wembley London 1981

Jim Watt fights Alexis Arguello at Wembley London 1981

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Muhammad Ali under friendly arrest of two London Police officers who were at the training

Muhammad Ali under friendly arrest of two London Police officers who were at the training camp a head of his fight with Richard Dunn. Circa 9th March 1976

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: The Ring, Southwark a61_01218

The Ring, Southwark a61_01218
THE RING, Blackfriars Road, Southwark, London. The Ring was originally the Surrey Chapel until it closed in 1881. It was then a boxing arena from 1910 and was destroyed during the Blitz

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Boxing at Wembley Stadium 1924 EPW011412

Boxing at Wembley Stadium 1924 EPW011412
The first ever boxing match at Wembley Stadium, London on 9th August 1924. This was a light heavyweight contest between " Basking" Jack Bloomfield and Tommy Gibbons

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Cassius Clay (Muhammad Ali) outside the Flamingo Jazz Club in Wardour Street

Cassius Clay (Muhammad Ali) outside the Flamingo Jazz Club in Wardour Street, Soho on the day of his arrival in London. He is in Britain for a non-title fight against Henry Cooper at Wembley on 18th

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Boxing at Lime Grove Baths in Shepherds Bush, London Vic Andretti in action to

Boxing at Lime Grove Baths in Shepherds Bush, London Vic Andretti in action to defeat Victor Paul during their lightweight bout. November 1969 Z11335-003

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: 1977 Glenryck Cup - Cycle Circuit Eastway

1977 Glenryck Cup - Cycle Circuit Eastway
Road Cycling - 1977 Glenryck Cup Professional Criterium - Eastway Cycle Circuit Belgiums Eddy Merckx at Lee Valley Park, East London (later site of the Olympic VeloPark)

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: LFB Athletic Association Boxing Tournament programme

LFB Athletic Association Boxing Tournament programme
LFB Athletic Association Members Boxing Tournament programme for 19 November 1925

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Chris Finnegan

Chris Finnegan
Boxing - WBA & WBC Light Heavyweight Title - Bob Foster vs. Chris Finnegan Chris Finnegan during the fight at the Empire Pool Wembley, London

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Jess Willard

Jess Willard (1881 - 1968) World heavyweight boxing champion, known as Pottawatomie Giant, photographed after the knock out of Jack Johnson in 5th April 1915 for the heavyweight title. Date: 1915

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Nigel Benn vs Tim Williams at Royal Albert Hall London. Benn stopped his opponent

Nigel Benn vs Tim Williams at Royal Albert Hall London. Benn stopped his opponent in the second round. (Picture) Tim Williams on the canvas. 28th May 1988

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: WBC super-middleweight title, Nigel Benn vs Nicky Piper

WBC super-middleweight title, Nigel Benn vs Nicky Piper. Alexandra Pavilion, London, England. Benn won by TKO in the 11th round to retain his WBC super-middleweight belt. 11th December 1992

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Nigel Benn vs Abdul Umaru Sanda at Alexandra Pavilion, London

Nigel Benn vs Abdul Umaru Sanda at Alexandra Pavilion, London. Benn stopped his opponent in the second round. (Picture) Referee shows Benn to a neutral corner after knock down. 20th April 1988

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: WBC super-middleweight title, Nigel Benn vs Vincenzo Nardiello. London Arena, England

WBC super-middleweight title, Nigel Benn vs Vincenzo Nardiello. London Arena, England. Benn won by TKO in the 8th round to retain his WBC super-middleweight belt. 22nd July 1995

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: WBC super-middleweight title, Nigel Benn vs Lou Gent. Earls Court Exhibition Centre

WBC super-middleweight title, Nigel Benn vs Lou Gent. Earls Court Exhibition Centre, London, England. Benn stopped his opponent in the 4th round by TKO to retain his WBC super-middleweight belt

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Action during the non-title heavyweight fight between American Cassius Clay

Action during the non-title heavyweight fight between American Cassius Clay and British fighter Henry Cooper at Wembley Stadium, London

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Kirkland Laing (right) seen here with his opponent Colin Jones

Kirkland Laing (right) seen here with his opponent Colin Jones, Laing and Jones will fight at the Whyte and Mackays Whisky Championship at the Wembley Conference Centre, London, 11th March 1980

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Sketch by Sir William Orpen, c1914 (1932). Artist: William Newenham Montague Orpen

Sketch by Sir William Orpen, c1914 (1932). Artist: William Newenham Montague Orpen
Sketch by Sir William Orpen, c1914 (1932). From The Studio Volume 104. [The Offices of the Studio, London, 1932]

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Sketch cover, Georges Carpentier, 1914

Sketch cover, Georges Carpentier, 1914
Front cover of The Sketch magazine featuring the French boxer, Georges Carpentier (1894-1975), posed before his much-publicised fight against Gunboat Smith at Olympia in July 1914. Date: 1914

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: 1977 Glenryck Cup - Cycle Circuit Eastway

1977 Glenryck Cup - Cycle Circuit Eastway
Road Cycling - 1977 Glenryck Cup Professional Criterium - Eastway Cycle Circuit Frances 41 year-old Raymond Poulidor at Lee Valley Park, East London (later site of the Olympic VeloPark)

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: The fight between Jem Smith and Alf Greenfield (litho)

The fight between Jem Smith and Alf Greenfield (litho)
7152381 The fight between Jem Smith and Alf Greenfield (litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The fight between Jem Smith and Alf Greenfield)

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: James Figg - advertisment by William Hogarth, c. 1729 / 30

James Figg - advertisment by William Hogarth, c. 1729 / 30
3788038 James Figg - advertisment by William Hogarth, c. 1729/30 by Hogarth, William (1697-1764); (add.info.: James Figg - advertisment illustrated by William Hogarth, c)

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Boxer Alan Rudkin arriving at London Airport, back from his World Title bid against Ruben

Boxer Alan Rudkin arriving at London Airport, back from his World Title bid against Ruben Olivares today. He tried to win the World Bantamweight Championship in Los Angeles A welcome home from his

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Boxer Alan Rudkin arriving at London Airport, back from his World Title bid against Ruben

Boxer Alan Rudkin arriving at London Airport, back from his World Title bid against Ruben Olivares today. He tried to win the World Bantamweight Championship in Los Angeles A welcome home from his

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: COOPER AND ALI, 1966. British boxer Henry Cooper (left) and Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay)

COOPER AND ALI, 1966. British boxer Henry Cooper (left) and Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay) during the sixth round of a heavyweight title fight in London, England, 1966

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: 1806 Boxing Australian kangaroo in zoo

1806 Boxing Australian kangaroo in zoo
1806 " Kangaroo" Copper engraving of a keeper attempting to box a kangaroo. First image of a boxing kangaroo, now an australian national icon

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Michael Watson vs Nigel Benn for the British Commonwealth middleweight title

Michael Watson vs Nigel Benn for the British Commonwealth middleweight title. The fight was held outdoors in Finsbury Park north London

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Nigel Benn vs Tim Williams at Royal Albert Hall London. Benn stopped his opponent

Nigel Benn vs Tim Williams at Royal Albert Hall London. Benn stopped his opponent in the second round. 28th May 1988

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: WBC super-middleweight title, Nigel Benn vs Nicky Piper

WBC super-middleweight title, Nigel Benn vs Nicky Piper. Alexandra Pavilion, London, England. Benn won by TKO in the 11th round to retain his WBC super-middleweight belt. 11th December 1992

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: WBC super-middleweight title, Nigel Benn vs Nicky Piper

WBC super-middleweight title, Nigel Benn vs Nicky Piper. Alexandra Pavilion, London, England. Benn won by TKO in the 11th round to retain his WBC super-middleweight belt. 11th December 1992

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Nigel Benn (Left) vs Abdul Umaru Sanda at Alexandra Pavilion, London

Nigel Benn (Left) vs Abdul Umaru Sanda at Alexandra Pavilion, London. Benn stopped his opponent in the second round. 20th April 1988

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Nigel Benn vs Fermin Chirino at York Hall, Bethnal Green London

Nigel Benn vs Fermin Chirino at York Hall, Bethnal Green London. Benn stopped his opponent in the second round. 27th January 1988

Background imageBoxing Framed Print Collection: Nigel Benn vs Fermin Chirino at York Hall, Bethnal Green London

Nigel Benn vs Fermin Chirino at York Hall, Bethnal Green London. Benn stopped his opponent in the second round. (Picture) Nigel Benn hugging trainer after his win. 27th January 1988



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Boxing Framed Print Collection

Boxing is a sport that originated in London, England and has become popular across the United Kingdom, and is a combat sport in which two opponents fight each other using their fists. The objective is to land punches on your opponent while avoiding getting hit yourself. Boxing matches are divided into rounds, with each round lasting three minutes. There are different weight classes in boxing, ranging from flyweight to heavyweight. Professional boxers must wear protective headgear and gloves during bouts for safety reasons, and are be an exciting spectator sport as well as an effective form of exercise for those who participate in it regularly.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Boxing collection from Media Storehouse offers a wide range of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards featuring the sport in London, England and throughout Europe. Our collection includes iconic images of legendary boxers such as Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier as well as historic moments in boxing history. From black-and-white photographs to colorful action shots, our collection captures the intensity and drama of one of the world's most popular sports. Whether you're a fan of classic fights or contemporary champions, there is something for everyone in this extensive collection. Each piece is carefully crafted using high-quality materials to ensure that it will look great on your walls or make an excellent gift for any boxing enthusiast. With so many options available at affordable prices, you can easily create a stunning display that celebrates your love for boxing.
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What are Boxing (Sport London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints?

Boxing art prints are a collection of high-quality images that capture the essence and excitement of boxing as a sport. These prints showcase some of the most iconic moments in boxing history, featuring legendary fighters such as Muhammad Ali, Mike Tyson, and Floyd Mayweather Jr. The images are captured by professional photographers who have an eye for detail and can freeze-frame the action-packed moments in the ring. Boxing art prints come in various sizes to suit different preferences and decor styles. They can be printed on premium quality paper or canvas to ensure longevity and durability. Boxing enthusiasts can choose from a wide range of images that depict boxers training, fighting, celebrating victories, or simply posing for portraits. These art prints make great gifts for sports fans or anyone who appreciates fine photography. They add character to any room they're displayed in - whether it's a home gym or office space - while also serving as reminders of some of boxing's greatest moments.
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What Boxing (Sport London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of boxing art prints that capture the essence and excitement of this popular sport. You can choose from a variety of iconic images, including vintage photographs of legendary boxers such as Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier, or contemporary shots featuring current champions like Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury. These high-quality prints are available in different sizes and formats to suit your preferences, whether you want a small print for your home or office or a large canvas to make a bold statement on your wall. With our extensive collection of boxing art prints, you're sure to find the perfect piece to showcase your love for this thrilling sport. Whether you're an avid fan or simply appreciate the athleticism and beauty of boxing, these stunning prints will add style and character to any space.
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How do I buy Boxing (Sport London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints?

To purchase Boxing art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of boxing-themed artwork on their website. Once you have found the print that you would like to purchase, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. During the checkout process, you will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information. We offer a variety of sizes for their prints, so be sure to select the size that best fits your needs. We also offer a range of framing options if you would like your print framed before delivery. Once your order has been placed, Media Storehouse will carefully package and ship your print directly to you. With high-quality printing techniques and attention to detail in every piece they produce, purchasing a Boxing art print from Media Storehouse is an excellent way to bring some sporting inspiration into any space.
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How much do Boxing (Sport London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of boxing art prints that are sure to capture the spirit and excitement of this popular sport. Our collection includes iconic images from some of the greatest moments in boxing history, as well as stunning portraits of legendary fighters. While we cannot provide specific pricing information without knowing which print(s) you are interested in, we can assure you that our prices are competitive and affordable. We strive to make high-quality art accessible to everyone, so you can enjoy beautiful boxing prints without breaking the bank. Whether you're a die-hard fan or simply appreciate the beauty and athleticism of this sport, our selection has something for everyone. From classic black-and-white photographs to vibrant contemporary artwork, our boxing prints will add style and energy to any room in your home or office.
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How will my Boxing (Sport London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints be delivered to me?

Your Boxing art prints from Media Storehouse will be delivered to you via a trusted courier service. Our team takes great care in ensuring that your artwork is packaged securely and safely for transit, so it arrives at your doorstep in pristine condition. We use high-quality materials to protect your print during shipping, including sturdy cardboard tubes or flat packaging with protective layers. Depending on the size of your order, we may also use reinforced boxes or pallets for added protection. Once shipped, you'll receive tracking information so you can monitor the progress of your delivery. If there are any issues with the shipment or if you have any questions about the delivery process, our customer support team is always available to assist you. We strive to provide a seamless and hassle-free experience when it comes to delivering your Boxing art prints from Media Storehouse straight to your door.