Ringside seat at the circus ebook
by Larry Merchant
Ringside seat at the circus Hardcover – 1976.
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Larry Merchant was a long-time newspaper columnist who covered boxing. He has written several books, including Ringside Seat at the Circus, And Every Day You Take Another Bite, and The National Football Lottery. A Larry Merchant action figure was made to coincide with the release of the movie Rocky Balboa. Awards and Recognition. 1985 Sam Taub Award: The Boxing Writers Association of America Excellence in Broadcasting Journalism Award.
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