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Boxing for title of Baltimore's top drug lord

Marvin McDowell, president and founder of UMAR Boxing and Youth Development Center, talks about his idea of young men boxing in the ring as a means of reducing street violence. (Kevin Richardson, Baltimore Sun video)

So I guess under Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young's "Fight Club" paradigm (“Baltimore isn’t ‘Boys Town,’ Mayor Young, and boxing matches aren’t going to end street violence,” June 3) that if the leader of the Crips dukes it out with the leader of the Bloods over drug turf, that the winner will be declared the rightful "Drug Lord" of Baltimore?

Dave Reich, Perry Hall

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