PETER KANE reigned as global flyweight champion for nearly five years, yet he had only three world title fights – and won only one of them. That he is so well regarded is testament to the impact he made by becoming champ at just 20 and also how he packed a big punch, which no doubt came from his job as a blacksmith, which he combined with his boxing career.
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