Own a special-edition medallion made exclusively for
bare-knuckle boxing fans and endorsed by PGBC!
Bare-knuckle boxing fans can now own the medallion seen on the exclusive diamond-studded Police Gazette Championship Belt. This is the world's oldest bare-knuckle boxing belt designed in the spirit of its 1880's originator Richard K. Fox, and subsequently won by the legendary bare-knuckle champion John L. Sullivan.
On fight nights, PGBC sanctioned fights award bare-knuckle victors with a serialized PGB Knuckle Head medallion in the center-ring. Each victor and his/her medallion number is then logged into a historic registry displayed at the PG headquarters in Belfast, NY. Because this old sport is new again, those who help support it are being acknowledged and rewarded for being Pioneers. Therefore, all Pioneer members and their serialized medallion numbers are listed in the same historic registry as PGBC sanctioned bare-knuckle victors. As the sport of bare-knuckle moves forward, our quest is to ensure all those who contribute to its legacy are recorded in history -- because we know "History is Forever."
SERIALIZED Knuckle Head base medallion with a "Knuckle Town, U.S.A." ribbon.
NAME RECORDED in a customized leather bound book that details the serial number and owner of every medallion awarded to both fighters and Members. This book is updated annually and on display at the PGBC headquarters in Belfast, NY.
CERTIFICATE of AUTHENTICITY signed by Scott Burt and Joe Curcio.
$2,000.00 - diamond encrusted medallion #1 (sold)
$1,000.00 - medallions #2 - #10 (limited availability)
$500.00 - medallions #11 - up (as available)
People who invest in this commemorative medallion are not only investing in maintaining the sport, but are also helping the Police Gazette Boxing Corporation's affiliated entities protect both the history and the future of bare-knuckle boxing.
ORDER YOURS NOW and thank you for supporting this legendary sport.