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He lost to Harold Johnson and to Nino Valdez.

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That win to Valdez catapulted him into the national statistics spotlight also.

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Charles, 32 years old, Satterfield, 30.

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Here's round two.

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189 for Charles, 180 for Satterfield.

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Charles is in the white trunks.

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A writer, like a boxer, must stand alone.

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Satterfield has surprised all tonight with his right.

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Having your words published, like entering a ring...

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puts your talent on display.

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And there's nowhere to hide.

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The truth is revealed.

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And sometimes, the results can be disastrous.

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And Satterfield is down.!

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Three, four, five, six, seven...

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He's not gonna get up. Eight, nine- And it's all over. Wow.!

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Ezzard Charles...

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Oh!

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One, two, three...

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- You all right? - Yeah, I'm okay.

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Box!

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One, two, three, four...

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- five, six- - Over!

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- Whoo! - Seven, eight, nine, 10.

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It's over!

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Yo, Erik, was that a left or a right there?

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Erik?

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There he is, just like I told you.

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Come on, guys. Give it a rest.

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- Come on. We're just messing around. - Leave the poor guy alone.

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Hey, Champ!

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What's up? How you doing, Champ?

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Oh, you know, about 60%. Trying to get a bite.

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I told my friends you were the Champ.

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- Yeah, that's right. - I told 'em I kicked the shit out of you.

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Kicked the shit right out of me. Sure did.

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- He ain't no champ, Kenny. - Yeah, I am.!

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Battling Bob Satterfield. Number three in the world.

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- Show 'em your moves. - Oh, no, I'm shopping.

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You can shop later.

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Come on, Champ.!

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- Come on. - Hey, let's go, Champ.!

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Come on. Show us your punch.

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Let's have some fun!

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- Wanna see some moves, huh? - Yeah, show us what you got.

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Show us your punch.

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- Wanna see my punch? - Yeah.

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Aah!

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What is your problem, old man? Shut up.

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Dude, is that how you broke that guy's nose?

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Yeah, yeah. Boom! Made the Rock bleed. Yeah, that's right.

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Come on, get up, Champ.

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- Come on, Champ.! - I don't want to fight anymore, okay?

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- Get up, Champ.! - No. I'm done fighting.

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Come on, Champ. One more round.

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Oh!

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Come on. Get up, Champ.

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- Put your hands up. - No.

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- Put 'em up! - Fight back, Champ!

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Do it, man.!

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Kenny, the old man's beating you.!

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- Grab him! - No, no, wait! No, no!

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I'm sorry.! I- I didn't mean it, okay?

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Right to the midsection!

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Are you asleep?

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I'm sorry. I, um-What time is it?

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All right. I'll see you tomorrow.

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Go back to sleep. All right, sweetie. Bye.

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Hey.

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Hey, what's going on?

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Just some assholes having fun.

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Do it again!

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Hey!

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- Yeah! New champ now. - Hey! What the hell?

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I just beat the champion of the world!

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And he's down for the count.!

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- You guys are such assholes. - Get in the back.! Come on.!

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Yeah.! Hell, yeah.!

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Hey. Hey...

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Old man, are you-Are you okay?

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Boys just having fun. You know, it's fun to beat the Champ.

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Well, you sh...

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Yeah, you should, uh- You should get home.

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No, I am home.

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You-You say you're the Champ? What are you talking about?

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Yeah, yeah. Battling Bob Satterfield.

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Number three in the world.

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Hey.

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How 'bout, uh- Can I give you this?

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Oh, yeah. Thanks.

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You done helped the Champ when he was down and halfway out.

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I won't forget this.

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- You sure you're okay? - Yeah, man.

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I'm about 30% right now, but I'll be okay.

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Okay, well, you take care of yourself, all right?

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Yeah. You too.

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- John, how are you doing? - Erik.

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Denver Times.

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All right, well, there's some weirdness with the smoking ordinance at the casinos.

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Um, just some of the employees there...

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I'm sorry. That may be a good opportunity for an editorial.

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The Indian gaming laws and the responsibilities and so on.

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And while we're on the subject, Ralph, you know, if you don't mind...

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I was thinking that maybe we could, um, assign one of my guys maybe...

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to do something about the NFL draft, the politics involved and...

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No, that's good. I like that. Then, um...

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And then my sports guys can do an editorial on global warming.

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- Oh, come on. This is serious. - No, I mean it.

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Guys, guys. You're up, Jo.

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Well, the mayor's coming out in favor of the, um, convention coming here.

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So, um-So there's gonna be a press conference later.

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Well, that's that. Lunch is on me at Duffy's.

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- Anyone that can bring me a completed crossword. - Awesome.! Love Duffy's.

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Are we sending anybody down to training camp?

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I have a budget for a stringer, I guess.

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- Well, I think it might be nice to do a draft follow-up. - Yeah, sure.

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Good.

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Hey, boss. We got a little buried today, huh?

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- What are you talking about? - The Jermaine fight I covered.

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- It was a good fight. - Oh, yeah. I buried it, right.

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- Why? - Something's got to get buried.

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Well, that's what high school wrestling is for, right?

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I mean, it's a solid story. Not a fact missing.

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You had copy 40 minutes after the fight.

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Yeah, you're like a machine. All the style of one too.

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- Wait a minute, Ralph. - Do you mind sitting?

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Now, listen. I appreciate what you're doing, filling my pages.

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And I don't want you to stop.

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Hey, Ralph? Sorry for interrupting. Do you want me to e-mail you those quotes?

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Yeah, yeah, right. But your copy, it's unimpressive.

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A lot of typing, not much writing.

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- Well, Sam Kirby liked- - He doesn't work here anymore.

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The truth is... I forget your pieces while I'm reading them.

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Now, if this is the best you can do, I'm not gonna complain.

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But I know you can do a lot better.

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- Why is that, Ralph? - Because of your name.

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- Thanks for the talk. - Oh, look, come on.

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Look. Don't get like a chick on me, all right? Be a man.

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Recognize your weaknesses and fix 'em.

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Slow down a bit, you know? Think quality.

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I got it. Got an appointment.

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We write it like this.

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What the lawsuit is calling for is an order to force the E.P. A...

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to reassign its approval over the water standards...

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for the rivers affected by the development.

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Mm-hmm. Wyoming and Montana are going to join as interveners.

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Okay.

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- Hey, was that you calling last night? - Yeah, yeah, it was.

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Sorry about that.

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Hey, did you read the article- Jermaine fight?

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Yeah. It was good.

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- It was, wasn't it? - Very solid.

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Yeah, solid. Exactly. Metz hated it. Of course.

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What didn't he like?

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What does Metz...

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What does Metz ever like? I don't know. He wasn't specific.

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You know, he's never going to let me write...

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on the Broncos or the Nuggets.

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Well, maybe Metz will come around.

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It doesn't really matter because, um, I'm having lunch with Whitley.

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Today.

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I might have a shot at the magazine.

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- That's great. - Yeah, it is.

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- That is great. - Nothing certain yet, but it seems pretty positive.

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- That's fantastic. - Yep.

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Does Metz know?

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Are you serious? What are you on?

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No, Metz doesn't know.

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Hey, I was wondering if I could shoot some hoops with Teddy this afternoon.

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You know, Teddy's only gonna get used to this...

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if we stick on the schedule that we agreed on.

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We're separated, okay?

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It's easy for you to say. You haven't had your son cleaved from you.

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All right, all right. A little overdramatic. Sorry.

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Sorry, I'm just...

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Ball's in the play box in the garage.

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Thank you. Thank you.

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- Talk to Metz. - Sure.

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So, um, listen, I was, uh- I was sorry to hear about your old man.

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Mmm. Thank you.

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It was cancer, right?

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Yeah. Uh, here.

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Hmm. Of all places.

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- Ironic, right? - Yeah. We got the iced teas coming?

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- Mm-hmm, sure. - Thank you.

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Look, we've read your stuff, Fred Roselle and I.

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And I'm sorry to say, it's just not there.

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Not yet anyway.

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The consensus was that it lacked personality.

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Exactly.

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I mean, Bing, last year, under Kirby, I had 192 bylines.

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That's the most of any reporter in the history of the newspaper.

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You say my stuff is thin? Of course it is.

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A lot of typing, no writing. I don't have time.

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And this year, I have a new editor. So I keep an open mind.

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And guess what? He's working me even harder than Kirby was.

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I mean, he thinks I'm a machine.

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Anytime I bring in a story with just an ounce of heart, Metz spikes it.

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I mean, this is stuff that I think that the magazine should have- magazine deserves.

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- Okay, give me an example. - Well...

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- Is that the mango? - Yeah.

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- It's not the peach? - No, it's the mango.

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Sorry. I'm sorry. Give me an example.

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I mean, there's- I have so many. But sometimes I feel blocked.

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- I'm not very good at this. - No, no, no. Just anything. Just give me an example.

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Um, crossroads. Uh, Elway.

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You know, what does he do now at this point in his life?

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- Maybe he runs for governor. - I get that one proposed and rejected twice a week.

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People don't want to hear about their heroes aging.

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Okay, okay. Well, then what about Coors Field?

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- The worst place to pitch- - The worst place to pitch in America.

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Uh, striking out.

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Um...

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Well, there's this boxer. An ex-heavyweight contender.

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He's, uh, living on the streets of Denver.

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- He's living in the trash. - Yeah?

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Yeah. And, you know, he kind of patrols the neighborhood. He calls himself the Champ.

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He's a- He's a lovely guy.

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And the story, it's beautiful. It's touching.

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But I tell Metz about it, and he says, "Forget about it.

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It's a dry hole. Go cover the Jermaine fight. "

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What's his name, the, uh- the boxer?

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Satterfield.

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Bob Satterfield?

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- Yeah. Bob. - Wow.

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Are you sure? My dad used to idolize that guy. I thought he was dead.

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- He- No, he's dead. - That's what everybody thinks.

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And that's why I think that this story is such a great story.

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I want to call it "Resurrecting the Champ. "

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- And he's here in Denver? - Yeah.

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- Bob Satterfield? - I saw him yesterday.

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What are your plans for this?

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Well, I thought maybe I'd take my time.

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You know, really work well on it, work hard. Think quality.

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And see if I can get Metz to come around.

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Well, if, uh...

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If you can't bring him around, I'd be glad to take a look at it.

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Well, that'd be great. That'd be terrific.

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When he won in California, it was already too late.

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Mondale had already had enough delegates.

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Um, no, I think so.

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Uh, November 30- I don't have an exact date. I can find one.

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- Hey. - One second. Okay.

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No, I'll get it for you and I'll- Okay. Bye.

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- Hey. - Hey. How's it going?

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- Great. - Can you keep a secret, Molly?

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- Can you? - Sure.

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My name's not Molly.

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Yes, that's true. 'Cause it's Millie, right?

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- Polly. - Polly.

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Close. Yeah. What can I do for you?

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Uh, well, I'm doing a story on a heavyweight fighter...

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from the 1950s named Bob Satterfield.

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But, um, nobody can know about it.

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You're moonlighting. It's none of Metz's business.

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- You got it. - Yeah.

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What do you need?

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Well, um, there wasn't much on him on the Internet.

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So I guess you're gonna have to go old school on this one.

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I kind of need everything you can find on him.

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From our library, New York Times, L.A. Times, Ring magazine, of course.

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If you can find out if there's a Boxing Hall of Fame, that'd be great.

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Anybody he may have fought. Uh, trainers, anything.

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Shouldn't you write this down or something?

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Plausible deniability.

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I've got to take that.

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- I will get the information and bring it to your cubicle. - Okay.

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Let's go. Drive it in. Take it into the hoop.

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I'm a big ol' slow guy. You can't take it inside on me. You can't do it!

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- Foul! - Foul?

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Okay. Take some free throws then.

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Aim for my hand, all right? Front of the rim, my hand.

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Get it up there.

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You gotta roll it off the ends of your fingers, okay?

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- I suck. - You don't suck.

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You think Shaq was hitting baskets when he was your age?

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- Yeah. - Well, he wasn't.

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He told me so himself.

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He said that he was a big ol' spaz when he was your age.

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- Really? - Yeah, really.

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But he told me that in confidence, buddy. So you can't tell anybody, okay?

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- Dad? - Yes?

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Have you called up John Elway yet and asked if he's playing next year?

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You know, we keep missing each other, buddy.

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I hope he comes back. The Broncos need him.

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You know, I told him that you said that. And he said he'd consider it.

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- Really? - Really.

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So if he comes back, you're partially responsible.

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Are you gonna stay for dinner tonight? Mom's making spaghetti and meatballs.

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Would you like me to?

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Hi, sweetie. Hey, Erik.

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So, Teddy was just inviting me to stay for spaghetti and meatballs.

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What do you think?

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- How'd it go with Whitley today? - We'll talk about it later.

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Are you gonna make more money at the magazine?

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Mmm, no. But that's not really the point, buddy.

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It's about the prestige.

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And I'd probably have to write maybe 15 articles a year. Maybe.

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- That's a lot of stories. - Actually, it's not.

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It's only about one every three and a half weeks.

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That means I can really concentrate on them, make them good.

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Then maybe I can become as respected as your mom.

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It could be like a ticket to the big time kind of thing.

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Los Angeles Times, New York Times.

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Like the story on the boxer that you pitched to Whitley?

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Exactly.

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In fact, I better get back to the alley, see if he's still sleeping there.

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There's a man sleeping in the alley?

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Yeah, buddy. Some people do that. They don't have a home.

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Or friends or family. They gotta sleep in the alley.

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This sounds like it's gonna be a very sad story.

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No, buddy. It's gonna be a hopeful story. Don't worry.

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Who's coming to Career Day, you or Mom?

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Well, I'm sure your friends would rather hear about...

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your dad's work as a sportswriter...

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than my conversations...

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with Herb... Milton.

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He's the city mass transit accountant.

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That was awesome. I'm gonna go find Satterfield.

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Your mom and I will talk about who's coming to Career Day. Okay, buddy?

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I love you. See you, buddy.

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- Bye, Daddy. - Bye.

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- Good evening, all you boys and some girls.

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This is Erik "The Wow Man"Kernan.

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And, wow, was there a fight tonight.!

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In the hot, stale air of Las Vegas, it was a three-round affair...

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that carried the weight of war and sin on its head and shoulders.

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There was a winner. That's for sure.

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Jesus Christ!

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You're Champ, right? Your last name is Satterfield?

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Yeah. Battling Bob Satterfield, number three in the world.

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Right. Okay.

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- You told me that last night. - Last night.

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Yeah, you- Those, um, kids came in here, and they were...

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Oh, yeah, yeah! Yeah.

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You done helped Champ when he was down and halfway out.

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Yeah. I'm Erik Kernan of The Denver Times.

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I was wondering if I could buy you a cup of coffee.

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I don't drink coffee. I used to. But not no more.

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Uh, how about a cold beer?

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Yeah, I indulge in a beer every now and then.

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I think people would love your story.

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I mean, you were- You were almost champion of the world.

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Ah, that was a long time ago.

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You fought LaMotta. You fought Patterson.

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You heard a whole stadium of people stand up and call out your name.

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- You remember that? - Sure. Sure, I remember.

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People would know you.

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You could walk down the street, everybody would know your name.

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So, what you gonna write about?

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I'm gonna write what you tell me, your story.

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Nah. Everybody already know my name. I'm Champ.

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Well, just in case.

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Kernan. Kernan, like that guy who used to be on the radio a long time ago.

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- Yeah, he was my father. - You don't say.

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I do, yeah.

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Your father ruined Christmas for me one year.

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He was on the radio talking all about how I was a disappointment.

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Christmas Eve, 1953.

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I went from up and coming to a has-been.

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Nothing in between.

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Pissed me off, your daddy did.

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Well, let me make it up to you.

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I'll come back around, next day or two.

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Maybe we can have another beer.

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Yeah. Yeah, yeah. All right. Yeah.

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Hey! You know, I ain't gonna forget this.

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You done helped the Champ when he was down and damn near out.

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I'm trying to find something we can all listen to.

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Well, I can put together a list, I guess.

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There are a couple bands that are new, that are good. But they're not too loud.

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- Yeah. Not all that acid stuff. - No, I wouldn't do that to you, I promise.

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- Yeah, what? - Boss. Hey. Miller's out with the flu.

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Yeah, I know, it's going around. You oughta get a flu shot.

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- I did. - They're giving 'em out on the second floor.

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Yeah, I did. I just was wondering if I could cover for him.

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Trailblazers are in town, and he was supposed to cover the game.

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- I'll just put together a list. - I need those quotes. I need more quotes on the golf story.

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- Hey, Erik. - Uh, I was wondering if I could cover for him.

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No, no. Duncan's got the Trailblazers game.

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I thought Duncan was covering the bantamweight fight.

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You're gonna take the fight, and he's got the Trailblazers. I promised him. I'm sorry.

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Okay. Yeah. It's just that my kid...

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I was gonna take him because he idolizes the Trailblazers.

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They're his heroes.

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I'm sorry. The Trailblazers, they're his- they're his heroes?

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- Yeah. - Now I know you're full of shit.

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- See you, Ralph. - You give it away like that. No, really. I know now.

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Boom! That's just the way it happened too.

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- I broke not the big bone in his nose, but the small one. - Damn.

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You kicked some ass back in the day.

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- That's right. Bob Satterfield, number three in the world.

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Yo, man, I gotta go though.

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All right, youngblood. Take it easy, baby. All right.

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- Hey, Champ. - Hey, hey!

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You-You scared him off. He thought you was the police.

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- Well, I'm definitely not. You remember who I am? - Yeah, yeah, yeah.

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You're the guy helped the Champ when he was down and halfway out. You that reporter.

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- I'm honored. How you feeling? - Oh, you know, about 60%.

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Have you thought at all about talking with me?

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No, I ain't been thinking about nothing. I'm saving that till later.

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What are you doing now? Are you busy?

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Corners.

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So I'm sorry I brought you to a dog, Champ.

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No, no, no. The white kid?

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He's gonna knock the Spanish kid on his ass.

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- Don't you mean the other way around? - Mm-mmm.

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Kernan, who's your buddy?

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- Tillman, Bob. Bob, Tillman. - How ya doing, Bob?

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Oh, about 90% tonight.

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Um, you got any more of those beers?

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Sure. Have mine. Help yourself.

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White boy's gonna knock the spicky kid out.

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No way. Gomez is way too strong, man.

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One, two, three, four...

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five, six, seven, eight...

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nine, 10.!

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This is over.!

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How did you see that coming, Champ? The knockout, I mean.

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Oh, oh, well, I, um- I see the white boy, uh-uh...

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- Durant. - Yeah. I see Durant, he was...

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he was, like, taking that ass-whooping.

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- But-But then I seen his eyes. - What about his eyes?

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Well, he, um- He figured out that the Spanish fella, he had a tell.

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See? A tell. When he switched over from lefty back to righty.

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See, I saw his eyes figure out that the spicky boy...

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he cocked his head to the left before he made the switch.

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He had that figured-out look in his eye.

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- You saw that? - Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah.

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I done seen it in my opponents' eyes way too many times.

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Ah, don't nobody want to read about an old man like me.

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Sure, they do. Most fight fans think you're dead, Champ.

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I mean, wait till they hear what you've been through.

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And that you're still around to tell about it? They'll shit themselves.

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You'll be a celebrity again.

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Champ, I gotta tell ya.

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I'm in real trouble where I work.

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I'm just about down and out myself.

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I'm having a real dry spell at the paper.

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They're talking about firing me.

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Newspapers are being forced to cut bulk because of the Internet and all that.

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Champ...

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this article is my title shot.

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All right, son. All right.

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You ask the questions. I answer.

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Thanks.

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See, Rocky Marciano...

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he's getting ready for that Jersey Joe Walcott fight.

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And Rocky, well, he hired all the good sparring partners around.

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And they paid us at that time, oh, what was it?

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Oh, yeah, $50 apiece, I think.

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- Come on, Rock! - It was on a Sunday.

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We put on an exhibition at Grossinger's in New York.

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Keep your arms up! Keep your arms up!

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You're gonna take Jersey Joe down in the first round!

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Oh, he was strong, I'm gonna tell ya.

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Hit me on the glove, still knock me down.

458
But not out. See? I got up. Started fighting harder.

459
And I kept hitting him on the nose and hitting him on the nose...

460
till his nose started bleeding.

461
And every time he come to hit with that overhand right...

462
I'd get back and shoot a short right up to him.

463
- And-And then his nose wouldn't stop. - You all right?

464
Everybody was all concerned and stuff, but, you know, Rocky was tough as hell.

465
He came back.! But I had him.

466
He's going down, Rock. He's going down.

467
Whoo!

468
That's just the way it happened too.

469
Now, now, I broke not the big bone in his nose, but the little bone. Busted it.

470
Now, I-I-I'm not one to give my opinion, all right?

471
But every time Rocky fought after that, his nose bled.

472
Defended the title six times, but always had trouble with that nose.

473
I'm thinking that's why he quit.

474
What about your father? He must have been proud.

475
No, no. He used to whoop me.

476
- Seriously? - Yeah, yeah.

477
Look-Look here, see?

478
- When did he do that? - Oh, I think I was... nine years old.

479
What? Your daddy never whoop you?

480
- No. - Mmm. Well, you're a lucky man.

481
Merry Christmas to all you boys and some girls.

482
This is Erik "The Wow Man"Kernan speaking of pugilism...

483
where tonight, wow...

484
the art of the sport was reduced to something less than that...

485
when one Thomas Kincaid entered the ring with one Bernard Summerville.

486
As I sat watching the battle from my humble perch beneath them, one thing became clear.

487
Mr. Kincaid is no longer worthy to carry the title of heir apparent...

488
in a world once inhabited by the greats, by the giants...

489
by the Dempseys, by the Walcotts, by the Lewises.

490
This is Erik "The Wow Man"Kernan.

491
And we'll be right back after these words.

492
Nice article.

493
- Yep. Thanks. - You're welcome.

494
Erik Kernan, Denver Times.

495
Hey, Ken, what's up?

496
Uh, I gotta call you back, all right? Just a second. See ya.

497
- Hey, Ralph. - Morning. Nice piece.

498
Yeah? Thanks.

499
Normally, I'd cut the whole reading of the eyes bit.

500
But I don't know. It smelled authentic.

501
I'm glad you liked it.

502
- Aren't you glad you didn't go to that bullshit basketball game? - Yeah.

503
- Champ. - Hey!

504
- Weren't we supposed to meet? - Is that right?

505
Last night. We said we were gonna meet at the park about an hour ago?

506
W- Well, here we are.

507
That's our piece. Page one.

508
How about that? There's spicky boy on his ass.

509
How 'bout that?

510
Hey, uh-uh-uh- How 'bout I buy you lunch?

511
Yeah.

512
- Always this many people here, Champ? - Mm-hmm.

513
- Food always this good? - Oh, yeah, most times.

514
They do make a fish soup some days, but you don't want to touch that.

515
Aren't you afraid someone's gonna steal your cart?

516
No. We got this kind of homeless code of honor, you know?

517
It's all right. Nobody's gonna bother it.

518
You know what would be good for the story?

519
If I could look at some of the stuff in your cart, see what you lug around every day.

520
I think it'd be really interesting for the article.

521
All right, we can do that...

522
as soon as you take me to your house and let me go through all your personal stuff.

523
Oh, you know, I listened to my father's tape. Christmas, 1953.

524
- Mmm. - And he didn't mention you.

525
He didn't talk about you till about a week later.

526
Well, maybe I got Christmas and New Year's confused.

527
Is your daddy still alive?

528
No, he-Throat cancer.

529
Throat cancer. Wow. That's, um-That's, uh...

530
Ironic.

531
Irony is when something seems like it's going a certain way, and then...

532
Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah, I know- I know what irony is, kid.

533
You know, I-I've had a lot of experience with irony.

534
Sorry.

535
So, you have much formal education?

536
No, no. Didn't have much schooling. I was always boxing.

537
I never dreamed, though, I'd be heavyweight champ.

538
But I always thought that if I got that shot, I would like to think that...

539
that if I got that shot, that I would win it.

540
Get that respect.

541
But you didn't get the chance.

542
No. No, no. Never did.

543
I had this fight with Ezzard Charles. He was making a comeback.

544
If-If I beat him, then I could go from number three to number one.

545
Then I could get that title. Get a shot at that belt.

546
But he caught me and somehow knocked me flat on my back.

547
Out cold.

548
That was a- How you say? It was a...

549
That was a big humiliation for me.

550
I had a couple more fights after that. But I was only about 30%.

551
Wasn't no need in me carrying on.

552
I moved to Sioux City, see? Up and left my family.

553
On account of the humiliation?

554
Yeah, yeah, exactly right.

555
I worked in the horse stables, uh...

556
One of the owners, he-he-he found out who I was, and he had this idea, see?

557
I told you before. You can't be standing still.

558
You can't fight his fight! You have to fight your own fight!

559
He boxed me in the West and the-and-and-and the Midwest...

560
where nobody knew nothing about boxing.

561
Wasn't no real competition.

562
These were, how you say, uh-uh-uh, non-sanctioned.

563
But, hell, I could be a winner.

564
So, I fought and fought. Must've been, like, every other week.

565
Knocked all of'em out.

566
And in this corner, weighing a lean, mean 185 pounds...

567
from Chicago, Illinois, Battling Bob Satterfield!

568
But maybe I-I-I... How-How you say...

569
Boxed-Boxed too much.

570
One day I was just plain exhausted and beat to shit.

571
Some huge boy knocked me down hard.

572
Knocked me in the eye.

573
And messed up my vision real bad.

574
Then I-I-I-I-I just- I just couldn't fight no more after that.

575
And that-That son of a bitch owner, he kept all the money.

576
He said, uh, I had messed up the merchandise.

577
So, then I hitched my way down here.

578
I remember fighting out here once.

579
Air was clean.

580
Been out here for, ooh, 40-something years.

581
Jesus Christ.

582
This is all I could find on your guy.

583
I'll keep looking, but there's not a lot out there.

584
- Thank you. - Sorry.

585
Did you find the contact information on Satterfield Jr.?

586
There are no listings in Ohio, where he's from.

587
But I'll try New York, and then Pennsylvania. And we'll go from there.

588
- Thanks. - I did also find this.

589
What's that?

590
Did you get that press release from the mayor's office?

591
I'll call you back. Come right on in.

592
What's this?

593
That... is Battling Bob Satterfield. Fighting Joe Blow.

594
Joe Blow. You don't know who he's fighting?

595
- I'm questioning those investigative skills there. - Yeah, yeah, yeah.

596
We got this off a collector. It's the only one we could find.

597
Beautiful.

598
To be a reporter back then. Can you imagine?

599
You really are only as good as the athletes you cover.

600
Which one's Satterfield?

601
He's, uh, this one here.

602
- See the scar on his back? - Mm-hmm.

603
His dad gave him that when he was nine years old. Can you believe that?

604
Perfect. Perfect.

605
Champ, how's it going, man?

606
Champ. What's up?

607
Jesus Christ, man, what happened to your eye?

608
Those kids do that?

609
- You probably need a drink, huh? - I need a drink bad.

610
These guys are gonna give you a drink if you sweep up?

611
Yeah. But they said the wind done already done it.

612
But sometime they change their mind.

613
Champ, I'm gonna get you a drink. But then I gotta show you something, okay?

614
It's gonna blow your mind.

615
- Hey.

616
I really appreciate it.

617
- So it's just two minutes long? - Yeah, yeah. If that.

618
Hey, Champ. Champ.

619
Who's that you're fighting there, Champ?

620
Satterfield versus Kincaid. Tommy Kincaid.

621
Never had it in him to hurt a man. That was his problem.

622
He had skills though. He had a hammer.!

623
Where'd you get this?

624
Well, Champ, I'm a world-class investigative journalist.

625
This is what I do.

626
Is that the same guy?

627
- Who? The guy on the tape? - Yeah.

628
- I can't tell. - How y'all doing?

629
Hey, can I get that back?

630
Could I- Quickly, actually.

631
Hey, Champ. Champ!

632
Hey, you all right?

633
I thought- I'm sorry. I thought you'd like that.

634
You got kids?

635
Yeah, I got a six-year-old. Boy. His name's Teddy.

636
Well, I hope that one day, God willing...

637
your son does for you what you just done for me in there.

638
Hey, wait, where you going?

639
I thought that'd be a good line to exit on.

640
I- I still need more for my story.

641
There's the-That-There. That house right there.

642
- Don't stop. Keep going. - Why?

643
Betty in there. She come out here, she whoop us both.

644
- Who's Betty? - Betty used to be my wife.

645
Well, she probably still is.

646
I thought Lona was your wife.

647
Lona was my first wife. You got a wife?

648
Yeah, I got a great wife. Joyce.

649
We went to Columbia together. She works at the paper too.

650
She was a grad student, I was a sophomore and...

651
She got pregnant.

652
We're separated now though.

653
- Oh, she done kicked your ass out, huh? - Yeah.

654
What for?

655
Champ, when I figure that out, maybe I can fix it.

656
Mmm. I'll tell ya, you know, w-w-women ain't gonna never tell you what's wrong.

657
And if you don't know, that's just too bad.

658
Yeah. That sounds about right.

659
- You love your son? - Yeah. Yes, very much. Very much.

660
Yeah, you gots to love 'em, don't ya?

661
Gotta love 'em more than anything in this whole world!

662
You gotta love 'em, like- How they say, um, mucho grande.

663
- That's right. Mucho grande. - Mucho grande.

664
My son, Bob Jr., with my first wife, lona- He tells everybody I'm dead.

665
Why's that?

666
Is he ashamed of you because you live on the street, or...

667
Oh, it's, uh, probably 'cause I left him and his mama.

668
- Really? How old was he? - Six.

669
So, that was what, like, 40 years ago?

670
I mean, come on, Junior, get over it. Move on with your life.

671
Mm-hmm.

672
Yeah, I like to come back here to-to-to Five Points...

673
and-and just look at the house and, uh, imagine Betty inside.

674
And-and just look at the house and, uh, imagine Betty inside.

675
But-But-But I can't go in.

676
My feet say go, but my head say no.

677
Look. You have to promise me, you ain't gonna mess with Betty, all right?

678
'Cause if you do that, th-then you be getting in my personal business.

679
Okay. Okay.

680
Promise.

681
- Dad? - Yeah, buddy?

682
- What kind of dog is Snoopy? - Uh, he's a beagle.

683
- He doesn't look like a beagle. - Well, that's what he is.

684
Keith's got a beagle, and she doesn't look like Snoopy at all.

685
Oh, really? Thank you very much.

686
- Is that true? - Can we get a beagle?

687
I don't think that's really my call. Especially when I'm not in the house.

688
- Here's your favorite table, sir. - All right.

689
Come on. Let's get out of here.

690
Dad, look. John Elway.

691
Can I meet him, Dad? Can I talk to him? Please, Dad?

692
Um, you know what?

693
It's really not that cool to go up to celebrities in public.

694
But he's not a celebrity. He's your friend.

695
Even still. Okay?

696
Why can't you just talk to your friend?

697
It's a grown-up thing, buddy. Let's go see your mom. Grab your jacket.

698
Come on. Let's go.

699
Hey, hey, hey. Teddy.

700
- Hi, Mr. Elway. I just came to say- - Hey there, son.

701
- Hey, John, how ya doing? Sorry. - Oh, no worries.

702
- What's your name? - Teddy.

703
- Do you play football? - Yeah.

704
Except my hand's not big enough to hold a real football.

705
Let me see. Other hand.

706
I give you three years. Your hand's a lot bigger than mine was at your age.

707
Well, we gotta go. I'll-I'll say hi to Joyce, okay?

708
- O-Okay. - Bye, Mr. Elway.

709
I hope you go back to the Broncos next year.!

710
He's a really nice guy. We could have stayed there longer.

711
You know what, buddy? That's just the way it is, okay?

712
Come on. Get up there.

713
You have all these cool friends...

714
and I never get to meet any of them.

715
You know what? You're right. Let's fix that.

716
Good ol' Rocky comes with another right, and I go, boom, up like this!

717
Yeah. That's just the way it happened too.

718
Remember, Marciano was the only heavyweight champ to retire undefeated.

719
- Wow. - Yeah. He died in a plane crash.

720
Say, man, 'bout how old are you, huh? What? Like, 15?

721
- I'm six. - Oh! You look 15.

722
You wanna know how you grow up to be big and strong like Champ?

723
Every morning when you get up...

724
gotta roll your sleeve up like this and...

725
blow.

726
Yep.

727
And-And-And-And see, it ain't so much about how old you are, all right?

728
It's-It's all about your conditioning.

729
You got to build up your legs 'cause you gonna need them for a long, long time.

730
And-And you got to live right. You have to live clean.

731
And-And-And don't run- Don't run around with the wrong crowd.

732
'Cause, because you can't do that. Mmm-mmm-mmm.

733
Hey, Champ?

734
- Champ? - Hmm?

735
- You okay? - Yeah.! Yeah, yeah.

736
- You okay? - Oh, yeah.

737
Uh-uh-And-And, see, your dad- Dad, he ain't perfect.

738
But he's doing the best he can. Yeah.

739
He been down and almost out. But-But he loves you. Yes, he do.

740
And one day, he's gonna get his shot.

741
So, if any of your friends don't believe that you met him, you can...

742
just tell them they can read my article when it comes out in the Times.

743
- Okay. - Okay.

744
Hey, what's the matter? You didn't like meeting Champ?

745
- No, I did. - Then what's the matter?

746
I just don't like that Champ lives on the street.

747
Yeah, buddy, I don't like that either.

748
Maybe he could move in with us.

749
Yeah, maybe you should ask your mom about that one.

750
Local network was right behind us.!

751
Hey, Erik. Got something for ya.

752
Heard of this guy?

753
Um, uh, yeah. I've heard- I've heard of this guy.

754
Good. He's the only one Satterfield fought that I could find.

755
Most of them are dead. I took the liberty of setting up an interview time with him.

756
- When? - Today at 4:00.

757
An interview with the Raging Bull.

758
And... Satterfield Jr. Of Chicago.

759
Only living relative.

760
- I could kiss you right now. - I could sue you.

761
Awesome.

762
- Hello? - Mr. Satterfield?

763
- Yes? - Hi, this is Erik Kernan of The Denver Times. How ya doing?

764
- Erik Kernan? - Yes.

765
I wanted to ask you a couple questions about your father. Is that all right?

766
- My father? - Yeah.

767
Fuck you.

768
Erik Kernan.

769
- Erik, hi, Bing Whitley. - Hi, Bing, how are you?

770
Good. Listen, I've got our beloved publisher, Fred Roselle, here with me.

771
- Can I put you on speaker? - Yeah, uh, sure.

772
- Erik? Fred Roselle. - Uh, hi, sir.

773
Now, Bing tells me about your Satterfield story.

774
Honest to God, it floored me. I thought he died 20 years ago.

775
- No, I see him every day. - There you go.

776
You see, I read 10 stories a week about fighters in their glory years.

777
But they never tell you about the price they paid...

778
taking all those shots to the head.

779
Well, he definitely paid a price, sir.

780
Yeah, well, that's a story I'll go along with.

781
Hell, I'll even get you on the cover of the magazine.

782
And Metz doesn't want any part of this piece, is that right?

783
No, he, uh- he called it a dry hole.

784
That's just amazing.

785
So, uh, any idea how soon we could see it?

786
- Well, I don't want to rush it. - Of course not.

787
Uh, so I guess- I was thinking maybe two weeks?

788
I have some interviews I'd like to take care of and...

789
We just dropped a retro piece on Gary Hart. How about Monday?

790
Yeah, sure. Monday. I could manage that.

791
Okay, beautiful.

792
Hey. There he is. Just give me a second, okay?

793
Hey, Champ!

794
Hey! Hey, kid! How ya doing?

795
- Just about 100%, Champ. - A hundred percent?

796
Whoo, I ain't been a hundred percent in years.

797
So, where's the photographer?

798
He's just across the street. But I just wanted to, um...

799
I wanted to, uh- I got a friend of yours who wants to talk to you.

800
- I ain't know I had no friends. - Sure, you do.

801
Outside of you, that is.

802
Well, let me prove you wrong.

803
Hold on a sec.

804
- Yeah? - Mr. LaMotta?

805
Who's this?

806
This is Erik Kernan of The Denver Times. We spoke earlier.

807
Yeah. You said you wanted to talk about Bob Satterfield.

808
Jake-Jake, I'm-I'm-I'm standing right here.

809
Goddamn, Bob, I thought you were dead!

810
Well, some days I feel like it, yeah.

811
- Hey, kid? - Yeah?

812
Besides Bob Satterfield, the only ones who ever hurt me were my ex-wives.

813
Is that right?

814
Yeah. Well, you know, it's really good to- How you say, uh...

815
Um, uh-uh, talk to you. How you doing?

816
I'm good. Real good. Had some trouble, but I'm okay now.

817
I know. I know. I-I-I seen your movie.

818
- You like it? - Well, y-yeah.

819
Except for the part where you knock me out.

820
Bob, you sure you're okay?

821
The kid tells me you're out on the street. You're a bum or something?

822
No. No, no. I ain't no bum, Jake. I'm, I-I'm just homeless.

823
I- I-Look, I, uh- I have to go, all right?

824
Okay. Bye, Bob.

825
- Thanks, Mr. LaMotta. - Is he really okay?

826
Yeah. I think so.

827
I thought he was dead. Boy, oh, boy.

828
There but for the grace of God go I.

829
Well, thanks a lot for speaking with me.

830
- Okay. - Bye.

831
Champ! He just said there was a time...

832
where you could have been the best boxer in the world.

833
That's-That's really something coming from the Raging Bull, huh?

834
Hey, Chris.! We're ready.!

835
Denver is now just one of three cities left in the running...

836
to host the 2008 Democratic National Convention.

837
New Orleans has dropped out. So, that leaves Denver, New York...

838
and Minneapolis still in the race.

839
Hey, Bruce! Bruce! Can I take one of these?

840
- Yeah, sure. - Thanks a lot, man.

841
- Mom, it's here.! - Bring it in.!

842
It should in the middle by the coupons.

843
Ah, there. You got it. You got it.

844
Cool! The Champ! That's the guy I was talking to you about, remember?

845
I know! What does that say?

846
- Resurrec... - What does that say?

847
- By Erik Kernan. Cool. - Yeah. Cool.

848
- Erik, great job on the article. - Hey, thanks, Rob.

849
Hey, Ralph.

850
- Nice piece on this guy. - Thanks.

851
Word is you're moving upstairs.

852
Yeah. Maybe it's a better fit.

853
Maybe.

854
Answer your phone, Erik.

855
Kernan.

856
Hey, Boy Wonder, this is Andrea Flak. How you doing?

857
This was one holy-moly story you wrote.

858
My team was on it lickety-split.

859
You are on your way to a Pulitzer, Erik.

860
And we want you here.

861
How you feeling? Fan-damn-tastic?

862
I'm good. I'm all right. Yeah. Uh-Who are you with?

863
What? Oh. I'm with Showtime, yeah.

864
Oh, God. I loved this article. Made me cry.

865
- Mm-hmm. - And trust me, that is a considerable compliment...

866
to your literary skills, 'cause I didn't cry when my golden retriever died.

867
- Be proud. - Thank you. Thanks a lot.

868
So I'm sure everyone wants a piece of you. You must be swamped with calls.

869
- Actually, you're my first. - That's a surprise.

870
Uh, looks like I have some messages though.

871
Erik, we want to give you a tryout at Showtime Boxing...

872
get you on the air, in Vegas, interview Kid McCracken after the fight Saturday night.

873
- Sound good to you? - Yeah, yeah.

874
That sounds, uh- sounds great.

875
Beautiful. Get your tux dry-cleaned.

876
We'll talk.

877
You know, the syndication on this story is pretty much through the roof.

878
You made me look good, Erik. You did. Thank you.

879
- Really. Thank you. - Thank you, Bing. Thank you.

880
See, Erik, this is the kind of piece that can get you places. You're gonna have offers.

881
- You think so? - Oh, yeah. You're gonna have offers.

882
Now, all I ask is for another year from you.

883
I mean, uh, uh...

884
- Hey. - Hey. This is Polly. Polly, this is Bing.

885
- Hi, Polly. - Mr. Whitley, nice to meet you.

886
- She works at the newspaper as well. - Did I ever hit on you?

887
- Uh, no. - What was I thinking?

888
- She's actually- I couldn't have done this story without her. - Really?

889
- She's the rising star of the newspaper. - Really?

890
Um, so, look. Well, can the rising star get a dance?

891
- Yeah, sure. Yeah. Okay- - Okay.

892
- Go ahead. Have fun. - All right. I'll see you in a second.

893
- Bye. - Nice meeting you.

894
- Okay.

895
- It's a great piece, Erik. - Thank you.

896
- You're welcome. - Yeah.

897
Metz, um- Metz got pretty pissed...

898
when I told him I helped you with it.

899
Why'd you tell him?

900
Because it made me proud, being involved in the piece.

901
So, you gonna be on Showtime now, or what?

902
Well, they've been calling, which is...

903
- Not surprising. - Amazing. Pretty amazing.

904
Pretty amazing.

905
What a night, right?

906
What a night.

907
What a night.

908
Hey-Just give me- Give me a minute, okay? I'll be...

909
- I'll be back, all right? - Yeah.

910
Okay.

911
Hey. Joyce, it's me.

912
Hey, why don't you come out and help me celebrate?

913
Come on. It's early.

914
So, um, let me ask you a question.

915
Yep.

916
Why didn't they use the picture of me flexing?

917
I don't know.

918
Photo editor makes those calls. I...

919
I tell you what. I would've picked that one. Yeah.

920
- Yeah, that's the one I would've used too. - Really?

921
So, we done good, huh?

922
Yeah, we did great, Champ.

923
Yeah? Hello?

924
Is this Erik Kernan?

925
Yeah. Who's this?

926
My name's Ike Epstein.

927
You write that article about Satterfield?

928
- Yeah. - Nice story.

929
Mm-Thank you.

930
But Satterfield's dead. Twenty years.

931
Bob Satterfield died in, uh...

932
'82, '83.

933
I just saw him last night.

934
Not Satterfield.

935
Yeah, Satterfield. I-I...

936
I spoke with his son... on the phone.

937
His son told you he was alive?

938
- No, but they don't get along- - Let's get to the bottom of this.

939
Okay.

940
Did you talk to, uh...

941
Satterfield's trainers?

942
His ringmen? Anybody like that?

943
Most of them- I couldn't dig 'em up.

944
Ernie...

945
Ike Epstein.

946
I'm good. Ernie, you remember Bob Satterfield...

947
Chicago boy?

948
Mm-hmm.

949
Well, you think he's dead or you know he's dead?

950
Ah, that's-that's what I think.

951
Okay.

952
Thanks. Take care of yourself.

953
He thinks he's dead.

954
It's impossible.

955
Never use that word anymore.

956
Freddy? Ike.

957
Listen. You remember Bob Satterfield?

958
Yeah. But do you know that for sure?

959
Okay. Thanks.

960
No, they're good. Thank you. Thank you.

961
He thinks he's dead, but he's not sure.

962
- Who was that? - Freddy Bingham.

963
Impossible. Freddy Bingham is dead.

964
I just talked to him on the telephone.

965
It was Freddy Benjamin you talked to.

966
Freddy Benjamin is dead.

967
- Two years ago. - I saw Freddy Benjamin last Christmas.

968
Freddy Benjamin is a putz.

969
Plus, he's dead.

970
Like Satterfield.

971
- Hey, Champ. - Hey, amigo. Want something to eat?

972
Uh, nah. How you doing?

973
Oh, about 80%. Oh, maybe 90% today.

974
Yeah. Moving up in the world, huh?

975
Fella stopped by, gave me a hundred dollars. Read the article in the paper.

976
Champ, I got a question for you.

977
It's important. Um...

978
Do you have a... I.D.?

979
Anything with your- Driver's license, maybe?

980
What do you need that for?

981
So that I can prove that you are who you say you are.

982
I mean, this guy- this ex-boxing guy- he-he thinks that you died, and...

983
Some mornings I wake up, I think I'm dead too.

984
Yeah.

985
No, seriously though. I just- I need something, uh...

986
that I can prove that you're Bob Satterfield with.

987
What did you say your name is again?

988
Erik Kernan.

989
- Can you prove that? - Well, I have a driver's license with my picture on it.

990
- Well, who took that picture? - The D.M.V.

991
And how did they know you was who you said you was?

992
Well, from my last driver's license with my last picture on it.

993
Oh! And who took that picture?

994
You see where I'm going with this?

995
No, Champ.

996
I don't- I just...

997
I need- How about a passport?

998
Do you have a passport? Um, any...

999
I don't know. Anything with your picture...

1000
And your name on it.

1001
Denver Times.! "Resurrection of the Champ," by Erik Kernan.

1002
- That's what I got. - Yeah.

1003
Except for that-that-that video you got.

1004
Where'd you get this?

1005
I have a great research assistant.

1006
Satterfield/Kincaid. I was there.

1007
No shit? You were there?

1008
- Really? - South Bend.

1009
I went to all the Satterfield fights. That boy could punch.

1010
I knew- I mean, he showed me his scar.

1011
His father did it to him when he was nine years old. It's the same guy...

1012
That's the man you interviewed?

1013
- Yeah. - The one with the scar? You're sure about that?

1014
Yeah. Battling Bob Satterfield.

1015
That's Kincaid.

1016
- No- - Satterfield's the other one.

1017
You've been had, son.

1018
Who would it hurt?

1019
You, for one.

1020
It wouldn't hurt me if nobody knew about it.

1021
Oh, is that an option, that nobody will know about it?

1022
Joyce, let me ask you a question, okay?

1023
How many newspapers print articles with errors of fact in them every day in the U.S.?

1024
It's already done, Joyce.

1025
It's printed. It's out there.

1026
Then print a retraction.

1027
I can't just do that. People have sent in money to Champ.

1028
- Then give it back. - I can't.

1029
I don't know where half of it comes from.

1030
It's not just the money.

1031
The Showtime job?

1032
Joyce, the point of the article is still true.

1033
Okay, Erik. It's a lie.

1034
I mean, if you profit by a lie, then you're the same as a liar.

1035
If you write a great story but it's a lie...

1036
then you're just a liar who writes great stories...

1037
which is worse than an ordinary liar...

1038
because people who can write ought to be better than your average liar.

1039
So, you're a liar, and you let me down, and you let everyone else...

1040
who works on this paper down because you ought to be better than that.

1041
Is that simple enough?

1042
- No, Joyce, that's not simple enough. - Then let me put it another way.

1043
You need to behave as if Teddy was watching.

1044
And the winner, by a technical knockout...

1045
one minute, six seconds into the second round, Leo McCracken.!

1046
Hey, Leo! Leo!

1047
Hey. So...

1048
Leo McCracken...

1049
Hey, Leo- Leo McCracken, the new heavyweight champ...

1050
- Oh, look, look, look, look, look! Who's that? Who's that? - That's Daddy.

1051
- It's your Daddy? - He lived up to his nickname tonight.

1052
Say something to your fans.

1053
First- First I want to say "Thank you, Jesus. "

1054
I want to say thank you to my trainer, Tommy McCracken...

1055
and my brother and father 'cause they used to beat the living crap right out of me.

1056
And, Erik- Man, you always believed in me, didn't you?

1057
- Hard not to believe in 22-0. - Yeah, you did! Yeah! Whoo!

1058
- I get my mike back. - Take that.

1059
- Thank you. - Number one.

1060
- Looks like about all we're gonna get out of him tonight. - Number one!

1061
It's gonna be a long night for Leo McCracken- one of the best nights of his life.

1062
I love you, Teddy.

1063
"I love you, Teddy. "

1064
Hey. Hey.

1065
Boy Wonder.

1066
You were terrific.

1067
Sit.

1068
Thanks, Miss Flak. I, uh...

1069
That was fun. That was a lot of fun.

1070
- Do you mind? - No, not at all.

1071
What a city. The only place where you can do harm to yourself...

1072
and others and smile all the way.

1073
"Fun. " That's good.

1074
- Fun is what it's all about. I'm glad you had a good time. - I did. I did. I'm not...

1075
- You want a drink? - Sure, yeah.

1076
- I'll take a scotch on the rocks, please. Thank you. - Yes, sir.

1077
They're all watered down. But they keep 'em coming, God bless.

1078
- Mmm. So- - Yes?

1079
Do you think we can turn this one-night stand of ours into a torrid love affair?

1080
I'd like that. Very much, very much.

1081
Where's the smile, Erik?

1082
Well, I guess it's just that, uh...

1083
I'm not sure what I... actually did.

1084
You were great. Photogenic.

1085
Well, thank you.

1086
That's the beauty of television. You don't have to do anything. Just be.

1087
So they tell me your old man was some sort of boxing hotshot, a real poet.

1088
Yeah, yeah. He was, um...

1089
- One scotch. - Thank you.

1090
So, if we're gonna do this, if we're gonna make a deal...

1091
um...

1092
Of course I need to continue with my journalism.

1093
Um- So I can only work part-time at the most.

1094
Well, this is a full-time gig, Erik, with full-time pay.

1095
Take a good look at me. Are you looking?

1096
Yeah.

1097
Does it look like I know the first thing about boxing?

1098
Does it look like I know the difference between a hook and an uppercut...

1099
or what a standing eight count is or what a holding penalty is?

1100
See, I don't have to know what any of that is...

1101
because Showtime has a parade of boxing experts.

1102
We spend a fortune being the best in the world at this.

1103
But I am the head of casting, Erik...

1104
and I am here to help Showtime do what it does best...

1105
and that is entertain the shit out of its audience.

1106
Because in the end, absolutely everything is about entertaining the audience.

1107
There is no journalism anymore. There's no news.

1108
The people who cling to the hopes that they can inform the world...

1109
are only slightly less naive than the people who think...

1110
they can pray their way out of a tsunami.

1111
And do you know the one thing people don't want?

1112
Is the truth.

1113
This guy who won...

1114
McCracken.

1115
Do you think anybody really wants to know how badly his brains got mangled tonight?

1116
How badly his manager is gonna rip him off...

1117
or how bad his life's gonna be in a few years?

1118
Maybe end up on the street like your bum?

1119
The answer is "no. "

1120
It's "no. "

1121
Men want to see triumph, and women, well...

1122
Here you are, with just enough credibility...

1123
to make their husbands not resent you.

1124
Oh. That's...

1125
That doesn't sound like much of a job at all.

1126
Well, it never does until it actually is a job.

1127
Who's Teddy, by the way?

1128
- He's my son. He's six. - Mm.

1129
- I bet he's a cutie-pie. - He is.

1130
And proud as hell of you tonight.

1131
So...

1132
would you like to come have a drink in my suite?

1133
No. You know what?

1134
I'm gonna catch the last flight out, but thank you.

1135
Mm.

1136
Monday we'll talk.

1137
Hey.

1138
I took the last flight out. Wanted to see if I could catch Teddy.

1139
All the lights were off.

1140
Well, not unusual at 1:00 in the morning.

1141
- Did you let him watch it? - Are you kidding?

1142
Night of his life, seeing his dad on Showtime.

1143
What'd you think? How'd I do?

1144
You did exactly as I thought you would.

1145
Joyce, I can't get it off my brain.

1146
That's because you're decent.

1147
I'm gonna speak to Whitley tomorrow.

1148
I'm gonna drop the bomb on him.

1149
Good.

1150
I'm so fired.

1151
It's cold.

1152
I can make up the guest room.

1153
You know, it seems like everybody I know...

1154
everybody I meet knows "The Wow Man" except me.

1155
The only image I have of him...

1156
is a bus poster and some audiotapes.

1157
I don't want that to happen to me and Teddy.

1158
I want to move back home, Joyce.

1159
I'll do whatever you want me to do.

1160
I'll... just do...

1161
I just want Teddy to know me.

1162
And you think because you're here, he'll know who you are?

1163
You don't know whether to run away from your dad or to chase after him...

1164
and the minute that you figure that out, you're gonna stop running in circles.

1165
Seeing Whitley...

1166
it's the right thing.

1167
Erik, you kicked ass on Showtime. Congratulations.

1168
- Thanks. - Don't forget the little people.

1169
Erik.

1170
- Mr. Whitley, I wanted to- - Come on in, would you?

1171
...talk about my family. I want everybody to know...

1172
- that everything I've ever done with my life- - Hello, Erik.

1173
- I just want you to let me do the talking. All right? - Erik Kernan, Riley Washburn.

1174
It's a pleasure to meet you.

1175
I was a great fan of your dad's.

1176
I'd like you to meet my client, Robert Satterfield. Erik Kernan.

1177
I traveled all this way, Mr. Kernan...

1178
to look into the eyes of the man who dared to suggest in print...

1179
that I was ashamed of my father.

1180
The man you've been interviewing- Tommy Kincaid...

1181
has been impersonating Bob Satterfield for years...

1182
fraudulently fought under his name for years.

1183
There was even an injunction brought against him way back when.

1184
We've come to sue your ass right off its hinges, Mr. Kernan...

1185
you and this newspaper.

1186
The author of the piece in The Denver Times is Erik Kernan Jr...

1187
the son of the legendary radio sports reporter of the same name.

1188
Kernan, who recently began a broadcasting career, has not returned calls to ESPN News.

1189
Reporters must be held to a higher degree of accountability.

1190
Apologies don't- Apologies can't fix some things.

1191
- You can't go around saying things you did not follow up on.

1192
- Great. Great. - Nursing your wounds with a little whiskey.

1193
- There's a clich?for you. - Well, what would you expect from a writer like me?

1194
- Right, Ralph? - Yeah, perfect.

1195
A little humility. And it's precisely too late...

1196
- Hey, you know what? Could we change this channel? - Yeah, no problem.

1197
Just change it to, like, Golf Channel or something.

1198
So, Showtime, huh?

1199
I saw you. You were good. You're a natural.

1200
You know what bothers me the most?

1201
What's that, Ralph?

1202
I only found out about this piece when it came out.

1203
You deceived me. You set out to deceive me.

1204
That hurts my feelings.

1205
Ah, come on, Ralph. Don't get like a chick on me.

1206
The magazine is gonna have to print a retraction.

1207
How big, I don't know.

1208
And Satterfield Jr. Is going to want money.

1209
- Could I get another one? Thanks. - Yeah, just a sec.

1210
- And S-Are you listening to me? - Yep.

1211
- I'm over here. Look at me. - Yes, sir.

1212
There's gonna be a settlement meeting...

1213
at 3:30 tomorrow afternoon.

1214
You're expected to be there.

1215
Okay.

1216
You know, Whitley's gonna be out on his ass...

1217
on account of this- his watch and all that.

1218
And there's gonna be an internal review.

1219
We're gonna wanna talk to your wife.

1220
What are you talking about?

1221
We want to make sure Joyce didn't have something to do with this.

1222
You know Joyce didn't have anything to do with this. I didn't know about this.

1223
Joyce is a brilliant journalist.

1224
It'd be a damn shame if you somehow sucked her down to your level.

1225
Tell me.

1226
Was it just sloppy journalism, or did-did you know it was a lie?

1227
- What? - Yeah. Whatever it took to be worthy of your last name, right?

1228
Here's- Here. Look.

1229
That's Satterfield's obituary. The Chicago Defender.

1230
A black paper. Misfiled, but it was there.

1231
You ought to resign. Save the paper the hassle of firing you.

1232
That's for the bum.

1233
People have been sending him dough for days.

1234
Ralph, he's not a bum.

1235
He's homeless.

1236
Nah, he's a bum.

1237
- Champ. - Hey, kid, how ya doing?

1238
- This is for you. - What's that?

1239
Open it.

1240
- People who read your article sent it in. It's for you.

1241
It's for poor Bob Satterfield.

1242
Well, people can be nice.

1243
You're not Bob Satterfield.

1244
Who says?

1245
His son, for one.

1246
Yeah, well, he always telling people I'm dead.

1247
The Chicago Defender. Ike Epstein. You know him?

1248
- Sure, I know Ike! How he doing? - He saw the tape, Champ.

1249
You're Tommy Kincaid.

1250
Bob Satterfield knocked you out in the second round!

1251
You made a fool out of me.

1252
I didn't make no fool out of you. Maybe you made a fool out yourself.

1253
Why, because I believed you? You put my reputation on the line!

1254
I didn't know you had one. I ain't never heard of you.

1255
Yeah, well, I never heard of you either.

1256
- I'm Battling Bob Satterfield. - Bullshit! Bullshit!

1257
I've been Satterfield longer than you been whoever you say you is.

1258
Now just go on. Ain't nothing else here for you.

1259
I can't believe I let another loser break my heart.

1260
I ain't no loser. I fought Ezzard Charles.

1261
I- I-I fought Harold Johnson at the Polo Grounds.

1262
Went the distance with Floyd Patterson. I- I-I broke Marciano's nose!

1263
- You're nothing. You're nobody. - What you doing, kid? It's over.

1264
- Just go home, okay? - You're just another stumblebum!

1265
Um, um, hi.

1266
400 block of Curtis...

1267
Yeah. Yeah, there's- He got knocked out, and the guy's down. He's down on the ground.

1268
It's a homeless guy. Tell them...

1269
Uh, yeah, this guy with a cart...

1270
Because I work for The Denver Times, and he's just...

1271
He-He was a- He was a homeless man, and he was an ex-boxer...

1272
and, I don't know, I thought it was a good story.

1273
- Oh, yeah, you're that, uh- that writer guy. - Yeah. I'm that writer guy.

1274
- And I want to press charges, okay, because the man is- - Officer, um, excuse me.

1275
- I'm sorry. My- - He's a threat to the community, is what he is.

1276
- My husband is heavily medicated. - I want him locked up.

1277
He can't be expected to make critical judgments at this time.

1278
- We'll let you know when he starts making sense. - Okay.

1279
Okay. Uh, top one's from Showtime.

1280
What?

1281
Nothing.

1282
Joyce, I don't need this right now, okay?

1283
I don't need a lecture. All right?

1284
I know I screwed up. It's all on me, okay?

1285
I'll take care of it myself.

1286
Oh, well, you certainly demonstrated that you can handle yourself just fine.

1287
I mean, I get drunk and pick fights...

1288
with professional boxers when I'm upset too.

1289
Yeah.

1290
What do you want? What?

1291
I mean- Okay.

1292
I'm a monumental screw-up.

1293
There. Alert the media.

1294
Oh, that's long done. It's all over the wires.

1295
Kernan, the great name in journalism, sullied.

1296
The Rocky Mountain News and the Post have essays...

1297
on your quote-unquote "colossal blunder" on the front page tomorrow.

1298
Great.

1299
I went to see him.

1300
At the jailhouse.

1301
He wouldn't talk to me.

1302
He wouldn't talk to the other reporters camped out at the jail either.

1303
See, he's protecting your byline.

1304
He still thinks he's helping his friend.

1305
He humiliated me.

1306
He lied to you. That's his fault.

1307
You're a journalist. You believed him. That's your fault.

1308
Not to mention the fact that you're a boxing beat reporter on a major American daily...

1309
and until a few weeks ago, you didn't know who Bob Satterfield was.

1310
Look, Erik. You have a chance to forgive this old man.

1311
Take it.

1312
Okay, I'll take it.

1313
You owe me. Remember that.

1314
I'll remember.

1315
Nice suit.

1316
Yeah, the Salvation Army gives them to the police department.

1317
But I think they're knockoffs, 'cause this say "Omani. "

1318
Armani starts with a "A," right?

1319
You have anywhere in particular you want to go?

1320
This, uh-This don't belong to me.

1321
It belongs to Bob Satterfield.

1322
Satterfield's dead.

1323
Well, do what you want to with it.

1324
Might as well keep it.

1325
- I ain't Satterfield now. - I know.

1326
All right. As long as you know.

1327
That fella in, uh, Sioux City...

1328
He come to me and say I look like him.

1329
- Hey, Tommy. - And if I fought as him I could make some money.

1330
The boys tell me you used to box before you came here.

1331
- 'Cause he had a name. - From Chicago, Illinois...

1332
Battling Bob Satterfield!

1333
So I did it.

1334
Don't nobody know no better.

1335
And-And I was a winner for the first time in my life.

1336
I wasn't me no more.

1337
I was- I was Satterfield, see?

1338
I was somebody better.

1339
Better than my own self.

1340
Whoo!

1341
I became Champ.

1342
When I got done fighting, I moved down here and, uh...

1343
met Betty, had a son by her.

1344
But you never see where that next punch is coming from.

1345
What do you mean?

1346
Well, my son, he found out.

1347
Found an old Ring magazine.

1348
"You ain't Satterfield!" That's what he said.

1349
He didn't want nothing to do with me after that.

1350
Joined a gang, got hisself killed.

1351
I couldn't go back to Betty behind that.

1352
Well, Tommy, I wish you would've told all this to me before.

1353
Yeah. I give you the man you wanted.

1354
You-You said you wanted your shot.

1355
That's what you said to me, remember?

1356
My father left me when I was a little kid. Did I ever tell you that?

1357
- Not that I recall, no. - Yeah, well, he did.

1358
He left me and my mom.

1359
They were never really right for each other.

1360
He was a lot older than she was, and...

1361
He left.

1362
The only thing I really remember is...

1363
it made my mom cry.

1364
He never called. He never wrote.

1365
And I hate him for it.

1366
And I didn't run wild like your boy.

1367
I just...

1368
thought I would try and be a better father to my son.

1369
Try and be a hero to him.

1370
'Cause every kid wants to think his father's the best, right?

1371
Yeah, that's right.

1372
So, what you gonna do now?

1373
Uh...

1374
In about an hour I gotta go over to my kid's school and...

1375
Career Day.

1376
Career Day? What's that?

1377
Well, I'm gonna tell a bunch of six-year-olds what it means to be a journalist.

1378
- Oh, irony! - Yeah. Exactly.

1379
You, uh, think she'll take me back, let me in?

1380
I don't know, Champ, but I think you gotta try.

1381
I gotta think on what to say.

1382
I don't think you have to say anything. Just go in.

1383
Just for the record, that thing about Marciano...

1384
That's the truth. I was his sparring partner.

1385
Busted his nose.

1386
- Not the big bone, but the little one. - Yeah.

1387
My dad's name is Erik Kernan Jr.

1388
He writes for newspapers. And he's also on Showtime.

1389
My dad's been up for the Pu- the "Publitzer. "

1390
- Pulitzer. - The Pulitzer.

1391
Meaning that he's one of the best writers in America.

1392
My dad writes about boxing 'cause he can't write about football...

1393
'cause he's, like, best friends with John Elway...

1394
and, uh, Coach Shanahan.

1395
He even plays golf with Muhammad Ali.

1396
And he turned down, like, being a guy on Monday Night Football.

1397
- And also- - Teddy, why don't we ask your dad to come up?

1398
Okay. Dad?

1399
- Hi, kids. - Hi.

1400
Um, I g- I suppose we should just, uh...

1401
ask you if you have any questions.

1402
- Okay. Yeah? - Who's better at golf, you or Muhammad Ali?

1403
Um...

1404
Uh, well, why don't we, uh...

1405
Maybe we'd be better served if we just talked about...

1406
what it means to be a journalist.

1407
How about that? Go ahead. Yeah.

1408
- Are you gonna change your last name? - Change my name?

1409
My dad said you should change your last name because you don't deserve it.

1410
He says your dad was really great and stuff, and you're a faker.

1411
On the TV, they said you made up a story about a boxer.

1412
Uh, kids...

1413
maybe Mr. Kernan can explain to us...

1414
how fast he has to turn in a story after the sporting event has ended.

1415
That's a very good question.

1416
Usually I'll turn in a story about two hours after I see the event, because, um...

1417
I wish I were dead.

1418
He's six. He'll bounce back.

1419
Look, this boy, he loves you.

1420
He knows that you're not a liar. He- He believes in you.

1421
He'll be home in an hour. Why don't you come by and talk to him?

1422
I can't.

1423
I gotta go to that settlement conference.

1424
Round out a perfect day.

1425
But I'll be fine.

1426
I'll be fantastic.

1427
They really broke the mold with me, huh?

1428
Bob Satterfield was not simply a great boxer.

1429
He was an icon- truly an American icon.

1430
And to have his name brought into disrepute...

1431
Okay, but that's not the issue. I mean, you can't libel the dead.

1432
Riley, we're embarrassed by what happened. We'll print a retraction.

1433
Nobody reads retractions. You know that.

1434
They read the lie, the lie sticks.

1435
Look. Mr. Kernan is here to offer his profound apologies...

1436
to you and your family, Mr. Satterfield.

1437
Erik.

1438
I'm responsible, Mr. Satterfield.

1439
I was careless.

1440
And worse than that...

1441
after the story ran, I had reason to believe...

1442
that it was wrong, and I didn't speak up.

1443
I know that I can't undo the damage...

1444
but I'd like to try.

1445
Try in what way?

1446
The only way that I know how. I'd write about it.

1447
And say what?

1448
I'd say that I made a mistake. I'd say why.

1449
That...

1450
I'd talk about your father. I'd talk about who he really was.

1451
Let's talk about damages, Miss Perlmutter.

1452
Bob Satterfield was a great figure in American sports.

1453
Nah, he wasn't none of that.

1454
He a pretty good boxer with a glass jaw.

1455
But he was a very good man.

1456
And a good father, and I'd- I'd like for people to know that.

1457
Would you put that in your story?

1458
I would. I would.

1459
When you called me, I hung up on you.

1460
You said you was Erik Kernan. You didn't say that you was a "Junior. "

1461
Your old man hit my dad with some pretty big shots in his time.

1462
I'd like to read your story.

1463
I think it'd go a long way in making me satisfied.

1464
Jesus Christ, I get it already!

1465
Hey. I've been trying to reach you.

1466
I know. I, uh...

1467
Did you hear about the deal? I'm gonna write this...

1468
Yeah, I-I heard.

1469
Is Teddy awake?

1470
He says he's not feeling well...

1471
and, uh, he doesn't want to go to school tomorrow.

1472
Can I speak with him? Could I come in? I really need to talk to him.

1473
Yeah.

1474
Hey, buddy. Hey, man.

1475
Daddy?

1476
Hey.

1477
Are the kids in your class giving you a hard time?

1478
Yeah.

1479
Everybody says you made it up about Champ.

1480
I made some mistakes, Teddy.

1481
I made a lot of mistakes.

1482
But did you make it up?

1483
The truth is...

1484
I wrote what Champ told me.

1485
I believed him.

1486
But I shouldn't have. I...

1487
I was more interested in writing what I wanted the story to be...

1488
than what it actually was.

1489
You know? The truth.

1490
I burned you, buddy. I'm sorry.

1491
It's okay.

1492
Not about all this...

1493
but, in general...

1494
are you pretty proud of me?

1495
Real proud.

1496
And would you be proud of me...

1497
even if I didn't have, like, a lot of celebrity friends and stuff?

1498
Like, if I wasn't a big shot?

1499
Well, not as much, but pretty close.

1500
Teddy, I told you a lot of things that weren't true.

1501
Like being friends with John Elway and stuff?

1502
Yeah.

1503
What about playing golf with Muhammad Ali?

1504
I covered a celebrity golf tournament, and he was playing in it.

1505
But, Dad, I told everybody you were friends with John Elway.

1506
Does that mean I'm a liar too?

1507
No, it doesn't.

1508
It means that you trusted me...

1509
and you told everybody what I told you.

1510
And you should be able to trust your dad.

1511
So I'm sorry.

1512
I think I should go to sleep now.

1513
Hey.

1514
Come here. Give me a hug.

1515
You're such a good kid.

1516
Hey, Champ, that you?

1517
Mr. Marciano?

1518
It's Rocky to you, Champ.

1519
Holy smoke! What the hell you doing here?

1520
I'm looking for you.

1521
- Looking for me? - Yeah.

1522
- What for? - I heard you're still working out.

1523
- You're still strong. - Oh, no, no. I'm old now.

1524
Ah.! Champ, you don't look old.

1525
I'm making a comeback.

1526
Rocky Marciano, back in the ring.

1527
I'm looking for somebody to spar with.

1528
Be an honor for me to spar with you, Rock.

1529
Good. Let's get started then.

1530
- Let's see if you got some of the old moves. - Mm.

1531
- Come on, Champ. - I still got some.

1532
I still got a few.

1533
Well, let's see 'em then.

1534
All right. Let's see.

1535
Oh, looking good, Champ.

1536
Come on, Champ.

1537
I don't need my friends now.

1538
I'm not Bob Satterfield.

1539
- Let's see what you got, Champ! - I don't want to fight! I ain't Satterfield no more!

1540
Okay. All right, all right. You the champ.

1541
You the champ. You the champ...

1542
Get up, Champ.! It's just you and me now.!

1543
- All right.

1544
I'm gonna kick your ass!

1545
Tommy Kincaid...

1546
California Golden Gloves Champion!

1547
Oh- Oh, God! Oh, God!

1548
Oh, God!

1549
A writer, like a boxer...

1550
must stand alone.

1551
Having your words published, like entering a ring...

1552
puts your talent on display.

1553
And there's nowhere to hide.

1554
I never intended to write a story about myself... or my son. Or about love.

1555
- Or the lies that can sometimes come from love. - We live in thy fear...

1556
I will tell you this about the man I called Champ...

1557
whom everybody called Champ.

1558
He was, against all reason, my friend.

1559
And he was also a liar.

1560
But was that because he was trying to make himself...

1561
better than who he was?

1562
Or was it because the one force more powerful...

1563
than a son wanting the admiration of his father...

1564
is the father wanting the admiration of his son?

1565
Sometimes we need the help of our imagination to achieve that status.

1566
For it is no easy task being the strongest, wisest...

1567
- most beloved man in all the land. - And wow.!

1568
- Tonight, the Raging Bull- - And what is sadder...

1569
than that moment when our children discover...

1570
that we are not the illusory supermen we've created...

1571
but rather, as Herman Melville once wrote, "men drained of valor"?

1572
...is there more news of Tommy Kincaid.

1573
Erik.

1574
The lies that come from love can devastate...

1575
as much as those that come from malice.

1576
- What do you think about guys like- - Champ's legacy, I suppose...

1577
is the inspiration for truth.

1578
And the beauty that can emerge from it.

1579
I'll tell you how to make real strong muscles.

1580
You get your thumb, you roll up your sleeves...

1581
and you blow.

1582
A beauty that lets our children admire us unconditionally.

1583
- In fact, he may have... - Love us unconditionally...

1584
as I love my son...

1585
- mucho grande. - But...

1586
he had a pure heart.

1587
This wonderful ability to...

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