Ken Norton Autograph

Ken Norton was an American professional boxer who was born on August 9, 1943, in Jacksonville, Illinois. He is best known for his victories over Muhammad Ali including one of the greatest upsets in boxing history. Norton had a successful amateur career before turning professional in 1967. Throughout his career, he fought some of the biggest names in boxing including George Foreman, Larry Holmes, and Earnie Shavers. More about Ken Norton

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Current items with a signature of Ken Norton

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thumbnailKen Norton 1991 Pro Set authentic autographed card Cowboys$9.99logo
thumbnailKen Norton Signed Photo 8x10 Autograph$199.99logo
thumbnailMuhammad Ali and Ken Norton Boxing Match Picture 14 x 12 Signed By Norton*$49.99logo
thumbnailSigned KEN NORTON autographed 16x 20 MUHAMMAD ALI photo WBC HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMP$95.00logo
Norton's most notable achievement was his victory over Muhammad Ali in 1973, where he broke Ali's jaw in round 12 to win by split decision. This upset is considered one of the biggest upsets in boxing history as Ali was expected to win easily. Norton and Ali had two more fights, with Ali winning both, including their famous rematch at Yankee Stadium in 1976. The trilogy between Norton and Ali is considered one of boxing's greatest rivalries.

Norton retired from boxing with a record of 42 wins, 7 losses, and 1 draw, with 33 of his wins coming by knockout. He was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 1992, and his impact on the sport is still felt today. His fighting style, which was known for its toughness and physicality, inspired many fighters who followed him, and his victories over Ali will always be remembered as some of boxing's greatest moments. Read even more about Ken Norton at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Ken Norton

In total, we tracked 1813 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Ken Norton (Muhammad Ali Ken Norton signed auto 16x20 B&W Yankee Stadium photo matted framed) was sold in July 2020 for $1233.33 while the cheapest item (Ken Norton signed autographed card AUTO COWBOYS 49ers) found a new owner for $0.01 in October 2009. The month with the most items sold (91) was January 2008 with an average selling price of $11.06 for an autographed item of Ken Norton. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in March 2014 with $149.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $3.75 was July 2022. In average, an autographed item from Ken Norton is worth $19.99.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Ken Norton were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

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thumbnail1990 NFL Pro Set Ken Norton In Person Autograph Signed Auto #84 Cowboys$2.25logo
thumbnail1992 Skybox Impact Ken Norton #102 NM AUTO Autograph Signed Dallas Cowboys$4.69logo
thumbnail1992 Skybox Impact Ken Norton #102 NM-MT AUTO Autograph Signed Dallas Cowboys $2.99logo
thumbnailKen Norton San Francisco 49ers/ UCLA Bruins Personally Autographed Card$2.83logo
thumbnailKen Norton Signed 8x10 Boxing Photo AUTO JSA COA$20.50logo
thumbnailKen Norton SIGNED Auto Dallas Cowboys Football Card$8.88logo
thumbnailKen Norton Signed Autograph 1994 Topps Stadium Club NFL Card 100% Authentic$0.99logo
thumbnailKen Norton Signed Autographed Card Boxing #27 Auto$49.95logo
thumbnailKen Norton signed Boxing Glove Everlast Autographed Vintage Legend HOF Sports $75.00logo

Latest News about Ken Norton

Ken Norton Jr. gushes over new pupil Khalil Mack (03/08/15): New Raiders defensive coordinator Ken Norton Jr. sees promise in Khalil Mack. "I've been very, very impressed," he said. If you're looking for hope in Oakland, it starts with Mack, and Norton Jr. knows it. Go to news article

Reports: Micheal Barrow to replace Ken Norton Jr. on Seattle staff (03/08/15): Former University of Miami linebackers coach Micheal Barrow will become the new linebackers coach of the Seahawks, according to a report from Thayer Evans of Sports Illustrated ( also is reporting Barrow to Seattle).

Ken Norton Jr. leaving Seahawks to become Oakland's defensive coordinator (03/01/15): Norton becomes the third member of Seattle's defensive staff to leave this offseason, with defensive coordinator Dan Quinn taking the head coaching job in Atlanta, and defensive assistant Marquand Manuel following Quinn to Atlanta where he will be the defensive backs coach. Go to news article

Seattle Seahawks linebackers coach Ken Norton Jr. hired as Oakland Raiders defen (02/09/15): Congratulations! Your weather is set to . You can change the location at any time. Don't have an account? Go to news article

Seahawks coach Ken Norton on linebacker shuffle (10/29/14): Seahawks linebacker coach Ken Norton confirmed after Wednesday's practice that Brock Coyle is in line to get his first career start Sunday against the Oakland Raiders at middle linebacker.

Older News Stories about Ken Norton

Kennison Blaine "Ken" Norton obituary (08/2014): KALAMAZOO — Kennison Blaine “Ken” Norton, 86, of Litchfield, went to be with God on Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2014 at Borgess Medical Center, Kalamazoo. He was born May 31, 1928 in Steuben, Indiana to Kenneth and Ruth (Enbody) Norton.

Ken Norton, "Ironman of Golf," approaches record (07/2014): Little did 59-year old Rancho Bernardo resident Ken Norton know, when he had his fifth heart attack in 2008, and when the housing crisis was taking his construction business downhill fast, he would soon find a new passion – hitting over 80,000 golf balls.

Seattle Seahawks' Ken Norton Jr. talks about his dad's influence (01/2014): Seahawks linebacker coach uses coaching strategy learned from his father, heavyweight boxer Ken Norton, who died in September. 'He's always been my Superman,' his son says. RENTON, Wash. — They are remarkable. They are unstoppable. They can't be beat. Go to news article

Ken Norton rode indomitable will to greatness (11/2013): The baseball world buried David Ortiz years ago. He was too old, too slow, too big. Somewhere along the line, he became a ghost -- a home-run-hitting, series-winning ghost.

Former heavyweight champion Ken Norton dead at 70 (09/2013): A participant in some of boxing's most exciting fights, Norton died Wednesday night at a care facility.

Ken Norton and Malcolm Smith on LB switching; plus other Seahawk OTA notes (06/2013): As you've no doubt read or heard by now, the Seahawks have in these offseason workouts been tinkering with swapping K.J. Wright and Malcolm Smith between strongside and weadside linebacker. Go to news article

Council recognizes Ken Norton for his 28-year tenure (05/2013): After its regular meeting Monday the Sedalia City Council celebrated Ken Norton and his 28 years as a Ward 4 councilman.

EX HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMP KEN NORTON IMPROVING AFTER SUFFERING A STROKE (11/2012): Norton. Former heavyweight boxing champion Ken Norton (42-7-1, 33 KOs) who once broke Muhammad Alis jaw and scored a twelve round victory on March ... Go to news article

KEN NORTON RECOVERING AFTER HEART ATTACK (10/2012): Former heavyweight champion Ken Norton is recovering in a Las Vegas hospital after suffering a heart attack last week. WBC president Don Jose Sul ... Go to news article

Catching Up With Heavyweight Legend Ken Norton (05/2012): by James Slater: One of the great things about Las Vegas is the fact there is always a very real possibility you will run into a celebrity of some kind - from the boxing world if I'm very lucky.

Gerry Cooney Vs. Ken Norton - An Unforgettable KO That Generated Excitement, Dra (03/2012): Gerry Cooney Vs. Ken Norton - An Unforgettable KO That Generated Excitement, Drama and Repulsion!

Larry Holmes Vs. Ken Norton - The Last Great 15-Round World Heavyweight Title Fi (02/2012): by James Slater: Challenging World Boxing Council (WBC) heavyweight champion Ken Norton at Caesars Palace in June of 1978, was a 28-year-old known as "The Easton Assassin."