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Cuba has trained some of the world's top boxers, and won more than 35 Olympic Gold Medals in the sport. But the life of a Cuban boxer, outside the ring, is far less glamorous than what we've come to expect from top athletes. Professional boxing has been banned since the Cuban Revolution, which means boxers have always lived on the same pittance as everyone else. We explore Cuban culture through the lens of boxing, in a society on the brink of unknown change.
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