`He can't hurt us.'

Acunto, Stephen H.
July 1998
Insurance Advocate;07/25/98, Vol. 109 Issue 29, p3
Focuses on the work of boxers and how the people accept the reality of its work. Activities that makes the boxing a center of the boxer's life; Plans of the Insurance Advocate to reform boxing management; Services offered by some leading insurers.


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