IWC Big Pilot’s Watch “Muhammad Ali”
by Kyle Stults on March 18, 2012
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On March 24th, boxing legend Muhammad Ali will participate in the annual Celebrity Fight Night even. This year, IWC is proud to support the occasion with a special edition watch paying tribute to Muhammad Ali. This IWC Big Pilot’s Watch “Muhammad Ali” is a one-of-a-kind piece made of white gold, and featuring unique hand and appliqués coloring with the use of signal-red superluminova. Note also the red color on the inside of the black alligator leather strap — symbolic with the color of boxing gloves. The case back shows the signature of Muhammad Ali with the engraving “Edition Muhammad Ali, ONE OUT OF ONE.” All proceeds to charity.

March 26 Update:   The live auction for IWC’s Big Pilot’s Watch Edition Muhammad Ali in white gold attracted an impressive winning bid of USD 60,000.

IWC Big Pilot’s Watch “Muhammad Ali”

unique piece

About Celebrity Fight Night

In 1994, long-time Arizona resident and businessman, Jimmy Walker founded Celebrity Fight Night in hopes of raising money for local charities through a premier event. Each year, Celebrity Fight Night attracts firstclass celebrities from the sports and entertainment worlds. Recognized as one of the nation’s elite charity events, this power-packed evening leaves a lasting
impression on attendees and provides significant dollars for various charities. In 17 years, Celebrity Fight
Night has raised more than $70 million.

Celebrity Fight Night is a star-studded evening presented in honor of featured guest, Muhammad Ali, who will be celebrating his 70th birthday in 2012. Celebrities and professional athletes from all over the U.S. unite for an action-packed night filled with incredible live auction items and musical performances by many of today’s brightest stars. Celebrating its 18th year, the Celebrity Fight Night gala is held to raise money for charities.

2012 performers: Celebrity Fight Night is proud to announce Grammy Award-winning leading lady of country music Reba McEntire will return as the evening’s emcee for the seventh year. Grammy winner Lionel Richie is confirmed to perform, as well as Jackie Evancho, Miley Cyrus and Sinbad. There are many more performers to be announced soon. In addition, 16-time Grammy Award-winning songwriter and producer, David Foster, will serve as Musical Director for his 13th year.