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UNLV's Brett Rather Wins NCAA Boxing Title
UNLV's Brett Rather Wins NCAA Boxing Title

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AIR DATE: July 29, 2010

When Brett Rather was 13, he saw a picture of the NCAA heavyweight boxing belt and thought, "I want that." That dream came true this year. The UNLV sophomore fought his way to the 2010 heavyweight title, beating out the Army and the Navy along the way. The 19 year old talks about how he won in the ring, growing up in Las Vegas's boxing culture, and what he likes about Mike Tyson's game.

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Brett Rather, UNLV sophomore and NCAA Heavyweight Boxing winner




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Rio in 2012 - come on - let's go .... hit harder!! Love, Aunt Ann
Aunt AnnJul 31, 2010 10:01:56 AM
I want to hear the conversation.
Charlotte RatherJul 30, 2010 12:04:29 PM
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