Rawlings Recalls Rise and Fall of Boxing in D.C.
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Rawlings Recalls Rise and Fall of Boxing in D.C.

Curtis Rawlings, a boxing timer at the Sugar Ray Leonard Boxing Center in Palmer Park, Md., has been working with kids in the local boxing community for over 30 years. Video by Atkinson & Co.

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