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A great film, really well done. Kirk Douglas was great in this movie, and there isn't a time during the film that you don't believe Douglas could really be a boxer. Sure, there are some moments where you can plainly see the punches don't connect and some of the fight scenes are very poorly arranged, but outside that, this is one of the best boxing films ever made.
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