Throwback Thursday: Harold Johnson Cuts Down Jesse Bowdry For Belt

The gnashing gears and sprockets of boxing clack into their notches at their own pace, no matter what humans have in mind. A metaphor for life, to be certain, but also something much more specific — an institutionalized bloodletting, with purpose. Heroes get old. But before new ones are welcomed, there are milestones to be reached. And becoming a hero is about the only foolproof...
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September 11, 2014  |  Discuss

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