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This Bout Will Help Get Boxing Off the Ropes

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Seldom has there been better proof that there is no accounting for taste.

Starting at 5:30 a.m. Friday, hundreds of people began lining up in the hallways leading to the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Barack Obama was not scheduled to appear, nor was Bruce Springsteen. Nobody would be changing bread and wine into loaves and fishes.

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