The still-reeling Marko “The Bull City Bully” Bailey receives a hug from Gardner Payne, owner and president of Payne Boxing, after being knocked out in the first round of his state lightweight title fight at the Durham Armory by Stevie “The Answer” Massey Thursday night.
The still-reeling Marko “The Bull City Bully” Bailey receives a hug from Gardner Payne, owner and president of Payne Boxing, after being knocked out in the first round of his state lightweight title fight at the Durham Armory by Stevie “The Answer” Massey Thursday night. Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com
The still-reeling Marko “The Bull City Bully” Bailey receives a hug from Gardner Payne, owner and president of Payne Boxing, after being knocked out in the first round of his state lightweight title fight at the Durham Armory by Stevie “The Answer” Massey Thursday night. Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com

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