Confusing The Enemy "The Cus D'Amato Story"

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About "There are animals disguised as human beings out here and we must be sophisticated enough to decipher the two" The cover on Facebook is Litlle Constantine Circa1920.. Post Fight that Injured his R Eye!
Mission Confusing the Enemy tells the story of an extraordinarily gifted individual who was an enigma to most people who encountered him. The book offers the reader an up close and personal glimpse of the extraordinary man who had an amazing ability to bring out the best in a fighter and cultivate a life-long bond in the process. It reveals his ascendancy to the elite status he earned in the world of boxing and discloses many of the aspects of his life that are difficult to explain. The story raises as many questions as it answers about the life of Cus D’Amato, but in doing so tells a captivating story about one of the great moments in the history of the heavyweight title.
Overview This riveting biographical novel tells the story of the complicated individual who is regarded by many as one of the greatest boxing strategists who ever lived. Whether you endorse his approach or not, most commentators agree that he developed a system (his own word) that revolutionized the mental and physical game of the sport.

His story is one defined by his passion for his principles and his singular focus on the advancement of the fighters he worked with. Underneath the public story, however, is a cloudy, often conflicting, tangle of parable and myth that, although frequently repeated, does not add up to a cohesive understanding of his erratic behavior. Even those who were his closest associates relay conflicting information with little supporting detail about his background. Many of the facts that can be documented do not make sense in light of other aspects of his life.
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