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Topic - Bobby Magruder
Remarkably, kids are still showing up in boxing gyms in Maryland, Washington and Virginia looking to be the next Floyd Mayweather or Manny Pacquiao. Or maybe even Bobby Magruder, a four-time Washington Golden Gloves champion who fought Sugar Ray Leonard three times as an amateur.
"We used to go to war," Magruder said, recalling the amateur showdowns. "We're friends to this day, though, and still play golf together."
"We put a lot of resources in the junior program (ages 8-16)," he said.