Jacob & Co. Unveils Ultra-Limited Ring of Fire Watch Collection to Honor Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk’s Championship 

Four editions honoring Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk’s “Ring of Fire” heavyweight championship bout.

The “Ring of Fire,” a brand-new ultra-limited edition watch from Jacob & Co.’s Astronomia Art series, has been revealed. Limited to four pieces, this unique watch pays tribute to the historic May 18 undisputed heavyweight championship match between Oleksandr Usyk and Tyson Fury.

Fury and Usyk will each receive a limited-edition watch as a thank-you for participating in what is being described as the twenty-first century’s first undisputed heavyweight title battle. But one of the four versions will be up for grabs this week at an auction held by Sotheby’s, with all proceeds kindly donated to the Make-A-Wish Foundation International.

The four distinctive timepieces, which were ordered by General Entertainment Authority Chairman His Excellency Turki Alalshikh, are estimated to be worth USD 650,000 apiece. These timepieces honor a significant occasion in sports history and provide a memento of the thrilling Fury vs. Usyk bout. Alalshikh underlined the importance of the occasion and the watches’ worth, saying, “This is an incredible and rare opportunity to own a piece of boxing and sporting history.”

The beautiful craftsmanship of each 50-mm rose gold Astronomia Art “Ring of Fire” watch is evident. The watches have tiny, three-dimensional representations of Fury and Usyk that are viewable from any angle. They also come with little boxing gloves that are autographed by the fighters. In addition, the design honors the World Boxing Council (WBC) with a distinctive green hour and minute dial that is paired with a green alligator strap, evoking the champion belt.

The most fascinating aspect of the clocks is their double-axis flying tourbillon, which adds a dynamic touch to the already complex design by coordinating the scene’s rotation.

The founder of Jacob & Co., Jacob Arabo, said, “We’re very excited to see Fury and Usyk get into it.