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As soon as you walk into North Woods Inn you know what you're going to het. When
you walk in you can feel the peanut shells on your feet as you crush them with every step. T`he
smell of the peanuts is so strong it makes you f
Jacob Camargo from ESPN here with an exclusive interview with Mr. Vito Donatelli. He's a
boxing trainer in Harlem who is very old fashioned but one ofthe best in the business.
JC: Mr. Donatelli where and when did you learn how to box?
VD: I learned from m
JC: Do you think boxing has changed for the better or the worst?
VD: I think it's changed for the worst because most of professional boxing is fixed. All people
want is the money and somebody getting hurt bad people doesn't understand how hard boxers ~`~
fr~i ed decided to listen to Donatelli and became a full time sparring partner. Alfred also went to
the local iunior college to get a degree in teaching. Things were looking great for Alfre~his
Aunt was happy~James was making tremendous progres