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Roberto Duran’s Legend and Humanity Reach New Heights in “I Am Duran”

“In this story, there is only one legend. That’s me. I was born a fighter, and I will die a fighter.” — Roberto Duran

Throughout boxing history, there have been fighters that have captured the public’s attention, whether it be for a short 15 minutes of fame or popularity that hit a high point, to fall from grace after just a few years.




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