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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Marcus Browne
Browne is dedicating his first fight to his fellow natives of Staten Island, where he said he rode out Superstorm Sandy last week by retreating from his own house to relatives' homes "in the projects, because they're bigger."
"I was definitely flattered when I heard from (Haymon), but I didn't want to jump into anything," said Browne, who plans to fight as a light heavyweight after debuting at 180 pounds Friday. "I got excited when I heard we were all going to have our debuts on the same night. It's great to keep that teamwork and togetherness for a little longer."