The more you love, the harder you fight.The world looks at Billy Flynn and sees a has-been who seemingly never was, an ex-boxing champion slammed to the mat years ago by booze and gambling. But Billy’s son TJ sees what the world doesn’t. He knows his flawed but loving father is, was and always will be The Champ.
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