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Life can be especially rough on those that have very little or close to nothing. On the flip side of the coin, life can at times deal one an unfair place in society when someone has what is perceived to be everything.
The past 72 hours have been great for boxing. Some have said that one fighter won a popularity contest, another won the actual fight but as a whole, the sport took one to the liver.
"Back and to the left"; Such were the words deposed in the Warren Commission many years ago. It's anyone's guess as to why the recent edition of HBO's "Face Off" would elicit such a comparison.
Sports bars. A friend's house. An airport lounge or live and in person. We clamor to watch sporting events, be it boxing, football, basketball, etc.
Beef. It might be what's for dinner, but it can also be the face that launches a thousand ships. Maybe even a million or more. Think of this in terms of paying customers who felt robbed.
There are times when fights shown on television don't allow the viewer to accurately determine the size of the fighters in ring. Camera angles, pan-outs, HDTV & even 3DTV can make the pugilists look larger than life.