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Rico_Steeze
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Re: Muhammad Ali vs Frazier vintage tee

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So in your opinion what are the odds of this being authentic? That’s my main concern.

jimmyj
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Re: Muhammad Ali vs Frazier vintage tee

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Low at the moment, simply because there is nothing to compare it to and several red flags. This is just the way we have to approach it given the limited info and mysterious nature of the tag.
Jimmy J

(Please note: Legit checks I do in this forum should not be considered 100% conclusive; I'm simply giving a gut reaction based on the limited information provided.)

Rico_Steeze
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Re: Muhammad Ali vs Frazier vintage tee

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Okay, what are the red flags so I know for reference?

jimmyj
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Re: Muhammad Ali vs Frazier vintage tee

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Mysterious Tag, we can't find another one.
2XL size in the 70s is less seen, especially with those robust measurements.
Print image is easily attainable and a perfect candidate for DTG print.
I didn't look into this too deeply, but I don't think fight cards generally weren't made into t-shirts then, usually a throwback of some sort.
Jimmy J

(Please note: Legit checks I do in this forum should not be considered 100% conclusive; I'm simply giving a gut reaction based on the limited information provided.)

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