The Games Do Count - Robert Shapiro Summary & Analysis

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Robert Shapiro Summary and Analysis

Robert Shapiro, a lawyer, played sports as a child but was often considered too small. In college, after a growth spurt, Robert was able to play football. Robert began to box as an adult, often working himself into exhaustion. Once, Robert had the opportunity to spar with James Toney, World Boxing Champion. Robert went two rounds with Toney, ending with Toney complimenting him on his lack of fear. Robert learned from boxing that he had to rely on himself and how to focus.

Robert Shapiro was always an athlete, even though he was much too small as a kid to play. When he was an adult, Robert, who had always been a fan of boxing, began to box. When given the chance to fight James Toney, Robert did not back down, but went two rounds with the champion. This...

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