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Old 11-26-2008, 10:22 AM #1283
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Good boxing books:

"ShadowBox" By George Plimpton

"Through the Eyes of a King" By David Remnick

"The Last Great Fight" By Joe Layden

These are really really really good books.
oh yeah i forgot another one: "Guide to a Champion workout" something like that. I forgot who wrote it.
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