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Professionals line up for fight club

White-collar boxing is set to make its Irish debut. Billed as “the workout of a fighter without the fight", white-collar professionals from London and New York have embraced the pastime, thought to have been started by two Wall Street moguls.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
16th April, 2005

White-collar boxing is set to make its Irish debut. Billed as “the workout of a fighter without the fight", white-collar professionals from London and New York have embraced the pastime, thought to have been started by two Wall Street moguls.

Cathal O'Grady, a former Olympic and professional boxer, is looking to persuade ten would-be boxers to swap their pinstripe suits for boxing shorts to trade punches in the ring.

O'Grady said expert coaching would...

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