The Chosen One

Smith, Gary
November 2001
Sports Illustrated;
Profiles boxer Zab Judah, the International Boxing Federation (IBF) junior welterweight champion. Information on Judah's upbringing as a black Jew; His relationship with his father, Yo'el Judah; Fighting ability of Judah's father and grandfather.


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