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‘Senseis, Bars and Scars’

The anarchic lifestyle of a patron boxing fighter Words by Carson Rich In the realm of literature, there are certain works that not only entertain but also enlighten, offering readers a glimpse into the intricacies of human experience. Such content is found in “Senseis, Bars, and Scars: My Crazy Teenage Journey Through Florida’s Nightclub Boxing Scene,” written by Robert Ingram and Louis Martin. In the book, Ingram takes us through his early life in the Jacksonville patron boxing scene (aka nightclub boxing) and the chaotic nature of what he went through on a day-to-day basis.    Patron boxing can be …

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