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"The Good Son"

My wife and I hosted an event last night in celebration of the great new film called "The Good Son".

It is a film about fathers and sons, family values, loss, triumph and survival. It is a film that is historic in its sweep, and it is based on the life and times of a true champion of a man, Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini.

We had quality time with Ray last night. He is a gentle, wise and very successful man. A true iconic American sports figure. A father, a son, and a man with a humane perspective about life, and about the sport of boxing. He fought for the right reasons: honor, family, and his home town.

The producers of the movie are long-term friends and truly did spectacular work on this film. "The Good Son" is a moving documentary, and the screening last night was a tribute to a real life hero.

Click here to read all about the film and the event in the Washington Post.