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What Does It Take To Become A World Champion? With Boxing World Champion Richie Woodhall

Ep. 104

What Does It Take To Become A World Champion? Tonight we get to ask a man who has been there and done it, Olympic bronze medalist, Commonwealth middleweight champion, European middleweight champion and WBC super-middleweight champion Richie Woodhall. 


Richie will talk to us about his career, highs and lows, and what mentality it took to reach the top.


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