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Punch It UpCelebrate boxing’s storied past
Two fighters square off. Jabbing and blocking. Ducking and dodging.
Around the ring, the throng admires the boxers’ strength. The smoothness of their motion. With almost chess-like forethought, they perform the “sweet science.” First popularized in Ancient Greece, prizefighting reemerged in 18th-century England as a gentleman’s sport, meant to cultivate manly toughness. By the 20th century in America, it was embraced by everyone from immigrant workers to President Theodore Roosevelt. So celebrate pugilistic pride with this collection of boxing memorabilia.
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