Caroline Dubois was born with boxing in her blood. She comes from a family with a rich boxing history dating back centuries, but her journey to the top ranks was a fight of its own. At the age of 9 she was forced to disguise herself as a boy named “Colin” to get her foot in the door as boxing gyms didn’t allow girls to train. She didn’t let prejudice get in the way of her dreams and has become one of the most exciting talents that Britain has produced. “At the time, I didn’t really care whether I was Colin or Caroline, as long as I could fight that was it, I was loving it,” she tells ESPN. “Looking back at it, I realised how hard it must’ve been on the people around me and I look back and say thank God that I actually stuck with it. Read More
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