Excerpt from Boxing
There are refined persons who contend with warmth and a few truth that fighting has its brutal aspect. It no doubt seems, to start with sight, cruel to break a man’s jaw, knock out his teeth, or double him up with a well-tucked-in hit on the mark, but if he richly deserves such remedy, who has a right to complain? This can be a great thing to feel con fident that you’ll be able to inﬂict the damage, and the feeling will not make you quarrelsome or brutal unless you are so by nature.
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