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At The Apron: A Night at the Fights

by Michael North

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At the apron is an exciting story of two friends who share a common interest of professional boxing. One a retired British Navy midshipman with a back ground in journalism, the other a successful photographer and amateur boxing official from Missouri. At the apron sits you right at ringside where all the action is up close. Share in the excitement with David and Mike as you read about their experiences with other boxing journalist, boxing promoters, fighters and many others. At the apron captures a period of time when boxing was still the primary combat sport. Hard hitting and action packed, at the apron will test you boxing knowledge and memory. ( )
  MichaelNorth | Sep 19, 2011 |
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