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Hands of Stone Review - Wall Street Journal

WSJ: The actor Edgar Ramirez is no lightweight, but in “Hands of Stone” he plays one: Roberto Durán, perhaps the greatest 135-pounder in boxing history; a ferocious puncher, a gifted tactician, a competitor for whom losing seemed inconceivable. Then, on Nov. 25, 1980, during the eighth round of his highly anticipated rematch with Sugar Ray Leonard, Mr. Durán turned his back and walked away. The infamous “No Más” moment would haunt him forever.

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