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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Michael Buffer
Zou Shiming works the speed bag at the Wild Card Gym with the skill of a veteran pro fighter, popping it back and forth with dozens of precise punches. Watching from a near corner, Freddie Roach chuckles.
Roger Penske said Saturday he's taking his time deciding who will drive his No. 22 car next season.
Wendy Williams, Kendra Wilkinson, Sugar Ray Leonard and the rest of the celebrity contestants eliminated from "Dancing With the Stars" this season brought their sometimes stunning, sometimes wacky moves back to the ballroom Tuesday night for the season finale.
Kirstie Alley, Chelsea Kane and Hines Ward each earned perfect scores for their final performances Tuesday on "Dancing With the Stars."
But Buffer said it took some time to get the right call.
"I wanted something that would be a hook, that would be comparable to the world famous "Gentlemen Start Your Engines,' Buffer said about creating his call.