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Topic - William Joppy
The former middleweight champion of the world is in training, even at the age of 43, even though he officially retired from the ring more than two years ago.
"I love goals, and this make this goal of mine something special," Joppy said. "Running in the New York City marathon, and helping kids. Still fighting."
"I loved roadwork as a fighter," said Joppy, a Washington, D.C., native. "It was always like a high for me."