Shortly after winning a prize fight, a boxer is killed in an alley while trying to play peacemaker in a bar quarrel. During the investigation, Logan discovers that the confrontation may have been staged.

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Gus Kovak
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Peter Gardela
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Christina
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Ziggy Gold
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Calvin Lewis (as Damond Taylor)
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Birgitta Gorski (as Amanda Fulks)
Joseph Vincent Gay ...
Det. Randolph Sachs (as Joseph Gay)
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Callie Johnson
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Shortly after winning a prize fight, a boxer is killed in an alley while trying to play peacemaker in a bar quarrel. During the investigation, Logan discovers that the confrontation may have been staged.

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Eric Bogosian played Barney Greenwald in The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial (1988). Miguel Ferrer's father, José Ferrer, played Greenwald in the original The Caine Mutiny (1954). See more »

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Should have gone to Goren and Eames
7 June 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The big problem I had with this episode is the fact that Chris Noth had a personal relationship with the two brothers in this story. One of them is Shaun Kevlin and he winds up dead after winning a boxing title just hours before. Turns out he wasn't supposed to win that night, but that's just one of many things that Noth and Julianne Nicholson discover in the course of the investigation.

The Emile Griffith-Benny Kid Paret welterweight title fight from 1962 is referenced in this story. Just why it is referenced is for you to watch the episode. I remember seeing it on the Friday night fights from Madison Square Garden in 1962 on television and it was a pretty shocking occurrence.

Two people of interest are Enver Gjokaj the brother of the victim and Miguel Ferrer the trainer of both men. As for Noth he was kind of a mentor to both, trying to teach both a little self control as both were known to have tempers. Odd that a man who punched out a city councilman in Law And Order prime would be a mentor for that.

But no way in real life would Logan and Wheeler be given this case. It would have gone to Goren and Eames.


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