Found October 05, 2012 on The Queensbury Rules:
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Those are the appendages of Michael Constantino, who's making his pro boxing debut Oct. 27 in New York on a Sadam Ali card you can watch via pay-per-view, per a news release. How will a boxer with one fist box? I honestly don't know -- none of the stories I can find explain if he does a number like Danny Williams, or if one of his gloves has a prosthetic fist, or what, exactly. He recently fought in the New York City Golden Gloves, and he made headlines after the TSA turned him down for a gig, so it's not like he hasn't been around for someone to ask the question. This is the closest you get in terms of a story on the logistics. It is cool, though, either way. Can't have anything but admiration for someone saying, "I need fists to box. I only have one. Screw it, let's do this."We'll consider that specific subject no further in this edition of Quick Jabs, but will instead discuss others, such as the subjects in the headline and whether Arturo Gat...
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