Freaks and geeks: Defending the circus
Attending a prizefighting event at a Colorado bar is not the time to anticipate great things. But even by the standards of fourth-rate promotion, the Denver-based Knockout Fights banner deserves a place in combat sports infamy.
On a night in 2004, two wheelchair-bound boxers rolled into a ring and began pummeling each other. That same evening, midgets strapped on gloves bigger than their torsos and bounced against the ropes, tiny fists crashing into tiny heads in a display ...
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