BHT - Sugar Ray Robinson Tee - Copasetic Clothing Ltd. dba Roots of Fight
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BHT - Sugar Ray Robinson Tee

Size Guide
SC - T-shirt-4XL

 

 SIZE CHEST LENGTH
S
19 - 20"
27 - 28"
M
20 - 21"
28 - 29"
L
21 - 22"
29 - 30"
XL
22 - 23"
30 - 31"
2XL
23 - 24"
31 - 32"
3XL
24 - 25"
32 - 33"
4XL
25 - 26"
33 - 34"

 

SC - T-shirt-4XL

 

 SIZE CHEST LENGTH
S
19 - 20"
27 - 28"
M
20 - 21"
28 - 29"
L
21 - 22"
29 - 30"
XL
22 - 23"
30 - 31"
2XL
23 - 24"
31 - 32"
3XL
24 - 25"
32 - 33"
4XL
25 - 26"
33 - 34"

 

Size
Color
Vintage Black

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"To be a champ you have to believe in yourself when nobody else will."

Sugar Ray Robinson was a six-time world champion, winning the Welterweight Title and then the Middleweight Title five times. During his 25 year career, he defeated many of the greatest boxing champions of his day, among them LaMotta, Kid Gavilan, Gene Fullmer, Carmen Basilio, Randolph Turpin, and Carl "BoBo" Olsen. He was famously a boxing legend. What’s lesser-known is that many of his fights and some of his greatest achievements actually happened outside of the ring.

Robinson was an entrepreneur at a time when that was unheard of and at a time when many African Americans were not even allowed to vote. He owned a Harlem nightclub where jazz legends like Charlie Parker and Miles Davis played and had always been supportive of Harlem's struggling jazz musicians. Often he would feed everybody in the band and if they were going on tour would pack sandwiches for them and slip them a couple of twenty-dollar bills. Some never forgot his kindness and when he was attempting after retirement to make a second career as an entertainer they were eager to include him in their tours, even though he wasn’t on their level musically. Through the support of those he supported, Robinson began a career in show business, singing and tap dancing just to become part of Count Basie's band.

The fearless Robinson was unquestionably one of the most admired African Americans of the 1950s, who dedicated his life in the ring to breaking records and his life outside the ring to breaking barriers by creating space and opportunity in which his community could not only feel safe but thrive.

Officially licensed by Sugar Ray Robinson.

DETAILS

  • Made in the USA
  • 100% Cotton
  • Color of actual product may vary from photo
  • Wash with cold water
  • Hang to dry
  • Model is 5'11"/180lbs and wearing size M

SHIPPING/RETURNS

  • Allow up to 3 to 5 business days for order processing
  • Sale items can be exchanged for a different size in the same style only
  • No refunds or store credits will be issued for sale or discounted items
  • Purchaser is responsible for any applicable duty charges
  • Items may be delivered via separate shipments

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BLACK ON BLACK SUGAR T.

Grabbed this great T a couple of weeks ago. The service throughout was bang on and the delivery time was ultra fast from across the pond to me here in the UK. I love the fact that this T is associated with a true legend. Cherrs fellas