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Documentary about Sergio Martinez leading up to and through his fight with Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. Goes through his rise and the challenges he faced with the politics of boxing. It's evident early that this documentary is not for typical boxing fans, and very little after that suggests anything different-- I got the feeling that most of the people in it thought it was meant for a different audience. Good coverage of the final fight (although the use of sound effects in the last round was weird). It's streaming on Netflix.
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