In a suburban Leeds gym, a boxer punches out a percussive rhythm akin to a death march. In an adjacent room close to the entrance of this triangular, bone-coloured building, I’m talking to a ghost. John Murray isn’t supposed to be here. In November 2012, Murray, a former British and European lightweight champion, was tapering down in training ahead of a pivotal clash with Welshman...
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