DescriptionThe Last Ring Canvas Floors from "Rocky Balboa" (aka "Rocky VI"). Lionsgate, 2006. Made of substantial canvas, three royal blue ones, two turquoise blue ones, one with no text but others all with similar text relating to the "Golden Palace;" used to create the floor of the boxing ring where Stallone as "Rocky Balboa" fought Antonio Tarver as "Mason 'The Line' Dixon;" also included are four corner pads (two white, one black, and one red with corporate logos) that are part of this set-up. (Please note some of these 'floors' are in more worn and used condition than others; also note they are extremely heavy and require a number of people to move them.)
Each Measures Approximately: 271" x 271"
"When I direct a film about boxing, I pay a special attention to the thinness of the canvas and the speed of the ring because I and my opponent are going to spend hundreds of hours going through the boxing choreography. So this canvas is the last canvas that was ever to be in a Rocky Balboa fight. It also provided a great backdrop for the event itself."
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