“THE job is yours if you want it,” messaged Boxing News editor Matt Christie, saying that the magazine needed 50 boxing-related things that fans from out of town could do while they are in New York for a big fight. Not an easy assignment, being that the number is massive, but for this native New Yorker it was nevertheless doable, even if the envelope had to be stretched a bit. A fair warning before we get started – for the most part, all that has been provided are the venues. Addresses, hours of operation, costs etc are things that you will have to Google, email or phone in for. In no particular order of importance, here goes…
1. ATTEND THE FIGHT
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