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Cindrella man

I was watching this one yesterday.... based on real story
Shows a good state of society during the times of economic crisis.
"Big man fights on
only to get defeated...
not everytime this will happen
Max Baer made him the cindrella man"
i like these line said by James J. Breddock (played by Russel Crow)---
"You think you're telling me something? Like, what, boxing is dangerous, something like that? You don't think working triple shifts and at night on a scaffold isn't just as likely to get a man killed? What about all those guys who died last week living in cardboard shacks to save on rent money just to feed their family, 'cause guys like you have not quite figured out a way yet to make money off of watching that guy die? But in my profession - and it is my profession - I'm a little more fortunate "

The world is still beautiful..Isn't it?
Manish

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