Chris "Mr Showtime" Johnson former '92 Olympic middleweight bronze medallist who as a professional fought Herol Graham and Antonio Tarver SIGNED and INSCRIBED "Olympic 92" 5 3/4" x 3 3/4" photo.
Condition excellent (has been signed in blue sharpie on dark background although is still clearly visible)
Price: £ SOLD
Chris Omar Johnson (born August 8, 1971 in Manchester, Jamaica), a Jamaican-born boxer, who won a middleweight bronze medal at the 1992 Summer Olympics for Canada. In 1990 he won the gold medal at the 1990 Commonwealth Games.
Chris was raised in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada with his three brothers, Greg, Wayne, and Kevin, and 2 sisters, Angelina, and Necoal.
Presently, Chris is the trainer of IBF Junior Featherweight World Champion, Steve "The Canadian Kid" Molitor, in addition to notable boxers such as Andrew Singh Kooner, and Natalie "Too Bad" Brown.
1992 Summer Olympics Results
* Defeated Mohamed Siluvangi (Zaire) TKO 3
* Defeated Stefan Trendafilov (Bulgaria) TKO 1
* Lost to Chris Byrd (USA) 3-17