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CryptoBoxers - NFT Hoodie - Gladiator

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Gladiator was inspired by the amazing career of the one and only Poison Junior Jones. Poison was able to push through any punishment that he got from his opponent and punch his way out in order to become one of the most famous boxing champions of all time. While enduring hardship in the ring he was able to rise above the rest. Poison always stayed true to his heart and refused to be taken down. Even after falling off the radar for two years he took on the undefeated and feared Barrera for the WBO Super bantamweight title on November 22, 1996. He was the first man to beat Barrera, knocking the Mexican superstar out in the fifth round. He put his life on the line to show a passion and strength that only a few people have achieved throughout the history of boxing.

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This unisex zip-up hoodie features a soft and durable fabric that has a cotton feel to it. The brushed fleece on the inside will make this your most comfy zip-up hoodie ever! It also comes with a visible nylon zipper front closure. Each panel is individually printed, cut and sewn to ensure a flawless graphic with no imperfections.


• 20% cotton, 75% polyester, 5% spandex
• Soft cotton handfeel fabric surface
• Brushed fleece fabric on the inside
• Nylon zipper front closure
• High definition printing colours
• Design will never peel, flake or crack


Because it’s handmade for you, these hoodies require up to 14 business days before they are shipped. Orders placed before midnight will be included in the following day’s batch for manufacturing.
Inches XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL
1/2 Chest 1" below armhole 19¼ 20¾ 22¼ 23¾ 24¾ 25¾ 26¾ 27¾
Body length: from h.p.s. 25½ 27 28½ 29½ 30½ 31¼ 32 32¾

Centimeters XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL
1/2 Chest 2.5cm below armhole 49 52.5 56.5 60.3 62.8 65.4 67.9 70.5
Body length: from h.p.s. 64.7 68.5 72.3 74.9 77.4 79.3 81.2 83
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