Forty-six-year-old Japanese female boxer Kazumi Izaki prepares ...
Apr 16th, 2009
(Reuters) - Forty-six-year-old Japanese female boxer Kazumi Izaki prepares to train as she stands in front of a poster of legendary champion Muhammad Ali at a gym in Tokyo April 11, 2009. Japanese housewife Izaki dutifully prepares lunchboxes for her family at the crack of dawn each morning before hitting the gym to take on grown men. Izaki, who became Japan's oldest professional boxer last year, could soon overtake George Foreman by winning a world title at the age of 46. Picture taken April 11, 2009. To match feature BOXING/HOUSEWIFE REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN SPORT BOXING SOCIETY) -
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