Million Dollar Baby

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Author: F.X. Toole

‘Ring magic is different from the magic of the theatre, because the curtain never comes down – because the blood in the ring is real blood, and the broken noses and the broken hearts are real, and sometimes they are broken forever. Boxing is the magic of men in combat, the magic of will, and skill, and pain, and the risking of everything so you can respect yourself for the….Read More

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