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Old 06-03-2012, 04:34 PM   #16
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Default Re: Best Boxing Autobiographies you've read?

Originally Posted by Julie.H View Post
Cool, I just think he is a guy that has and had everything that every man walking would love to have, but has got his own down falls. I think there was a lot left out that book though, I think he got in to a lot more **** than what he put in it. Hat's off to a guy that came from nothing and has achieved what he has plus he gives back to the community he came from got to admire that to be honest, a lot of millionaires would just take their money and run.
Yeah agree Jules. He fought anybody and looks to better himself always, he's a fighter. Will defo read but my next read is long overdue in reading about Joe Frazier, one of my fave fighters and an idol.
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