World Class

Screenplay by Robert Joseph Ahola [2008]

The man who might have been the greatest white heavyweight since Rocky Marciano was never actually a champion. He was also a near genius who ended up becoming the poster boy for pugilistic dementia. A powerful family saga of love, death and redemption and scathing portrait of the underbelly of heavyweight boxing, this is the biography of Irish Jerry Quarry and all the fighting Quarry brothers … as well as a poignant admonition to this blood sport that, to this day, has gone unanswered.

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