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Old 12-14-2012, 06:38 PM #5
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Originally Posted by BKM-2010 View Post
Very emotional video yes but I didn't shed a tear. Probably the hardest one to watch is the Documentary where Emile Griffith meets the son of Benny Parret.
But good to see Benn is doing well. I just hope the same for Mclellan.
That was a great documentary. I agree it was difficult to watch and had a very depressing vibe.
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