Sport: Leviathan

Once a dignified and honest sport, professional wrestling currently amounts to something between a side show and a racket. Main object of wrestling promoters is to discover human monstrosities. Last week Boston wrestling enthusiasts were treated to a glimpse of the latest addition to the wrestling group. He was Martin ("Leviathan") Levy, 35, 610 Ib.

Only less praiseworthy than the desire of wrestling promoters to exploit monsters is the willingness of monsters to have themselves exploited. No athlete, Levia than Levy is actually a victim of both elephantiasis and a weak heart. He runs a...

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