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This is the most complete Prince Naseem Hamed set offered anywhere! It is jam packed with 34 explosive fights from his very first televised fight in sheffield, all the way to his comeback bout against a very game Calvo. All ring entrances included. these are very rare and show an 18 year old Hamed dancing in front of a small crowd sitting in folding chairs on his way to the ring! This is a very rare collection and you won't find this anywhere else! Own a piece of history, a collector's item.
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Prince Naseem Hamed
Limited Edition 34 Fight
9 DVD Boxed Set 
   PRINCE NASEEM HAMED 34 fights on 9 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Beard
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Norman
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Bloomer
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Matthews
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PRINCE NASEEM HAMED  34 fights on 9 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 8
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Bungu
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Sanchez
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Gargano
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Ley
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Jenkins
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Clarkson
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Miceli
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Belcastro
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Picardi
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Cruz
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Ramirez
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Liendo
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Angeles
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Perez
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Robinson
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Lawal
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Alicea
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Medina
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Molina
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Johnson
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Hardy
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Cabrera
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Badillo
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Kelly
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Prince Naseem Hamed vs McCullough
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Vazquez
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Ingle
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Soto
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Calvo
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Barrera

Other title defences

In 1998, Prince Naseem Hamed enjoyed victories over former three time WBA title holder and then lineal champion Wilfredo Vazquez (TKO 7), former WBC bantamweight title holder Wayne McCullough (W 12), and future IBF title holder Paul Ingle (TKO 11; no relation to Hamed's then-former trainer Brendan Ingle).


Hamed vs Soto

In October 1999 at Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Michigan, United States, Hamed defeated WBC featherweight champion Cesar Soto of Mexico over 12 rounds, adding the WBC title to his collection and unified the WBC & WBO titles. Hamed soon chose to relinquish his WBC title due to his commitment to being WBO champion.


Had Vazquez not been stripped by the WBA of his belt (the WBA did not want their featherweight title unified with the WBO), Hamed would have had the distinction of winning all four world titles in a division, something only Riddick Bowe had achieved by that point, at heavyweight.


Additionally, this fight marked the first occasion in which Hamed would have someone other than his usual trainer, Brendan Ingle, in his corner. Emanuel Steward was Hamed's trainer for this bout.


Hamed vs Bungu

In March 2000 at Olympia, Kensington, London, Hamed knocked out former undefeated long reigning IBF super bantamweight title holder, Vuyani Bungu of south Africa. The fight was ended with a single straight left hand, in one of Hamed's most impressive performances and biggest victories.


Hamed vs Sanchez

Prince Nasseem Hamed fought in August 2000 against Augie Sanchez at Foxwoods Resort, Mashantucket, Connecticut, United States. Sanchez is known for being the last American to defeat Floyd Maweather as an amateur boxer.


Hamed successfully retained his WBO title for the fifteenth and final time against Sanchez via a devastating fourth round knockout. Hamed broke his hand badly in the bout, and following surgery he spent half a year out of the gym, gaining 35 pounds in weight. Rather than face unknown EBU Champion & WBO mandatory challenger Istvan Kovacs, Hamed relinquished his WBO title to pave the way for a Superfight with Marco Antonio Barrera.


Hamed vs Barrera

It is true Hamed looked awful that night. His body, drained from losing two stones in eight weeks, amateurishly tossing around like a marionette, head flying one way, legs flopping the other, as Barrera worked him over. But to judge Hamed on that performance is like judging Laurence Olivier on Inchon. Remember he defended the WBO world title 15 times and also held the WBC and IBF belts. His record of 36-1, with 31 knockouts, stands with the very best.


Eight weeks prior to the fight, which took place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on 7 April 2001, Marco Antonio Barrera prepared to fight. Barrera had moved up a weight division. At the end of training camp he was in the best shape of his life. According to Sky Sports, Barrera had "trained like a monk" in Big Bear, California, while Hamed Trained in Bing Crosby's old house. Emanuel Steward had arrived to oversee the last two weeks of Hamed's training, including sparring, and was worried immediately. He had seen Barrera look razor sharp only a few months before in a stoppage win in Las Vegas, and watched Hamed not take his sparring with young Mexicans seriously. The fight was also for the International Boxing Organization World featherweight title.


Barrera handed Naseem Hamed his first and only loss for the lineal featherweight championship by a twelve round decision. Before the fight, Hamed was a 3 to 1 betting favorite in Las Vegas. Hamed could not hit Barrera with his trademark lefts as Barrera circled to his left and worked both head and body.