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The Cinderella Man

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In 1934, Jim Braddock was down and out. His boxing career blighted by broken hands, the New Yorker of English parentage had lost most of his previous twenty-one bouts and been forced to quit. Then came a visit from his old manager, asking if he wanted one more fight. Desperate for money, Braddock had no choice. Four wins later, he was the heavyweight champion of the world. His story captivated the nation in the way the racehorse Seabiscuit's would a few years later. Braddock's rags-to-riches success led Damon Runyon to call him 'the Cinderella Man'.

Product code: 9781903854372

ISBN 9781903854372
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H198xW129
No. Of Pages 340
Publisher Milo Books
Biography of the man who rose in professional boxing in the 1920's, lost a title fight in 1929, struggled to feed his family, and with Joe Gould as his manager, won the heavyweight title from heavily favored Max Baer in 1935.