There exists a certain breed of nostalgia that fuels interest in eras long completed in boxing -- more specifically, the "Theodore Roosevelt, safari for fun, bending steel beams as a hobby" eras. The ones we generally only have pictures of, if we do at all. The men who boxed then hardly fought in what could be described as a "sport" or "game"; they required a kind of disdain for...
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