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Land of the free, home of some knaves

March 7, 2010

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Henry Cejudo cheerfully admits that he was “a Mexican gang mascot.” Wrestling began to lift him from that life when he was about 12, at which time the drunks in his Phoenix neighborhood began pitting him against other children in street fights. The winner would get ice cream, Cejudo writes in his memoir, “American Victory.’’ (Full article: 782 words)

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