18 Jun '11, 9pm

Tough love, velvet gloves

Ask an old boxer to reveal his most significant career moment and don't be surprised if you are served up a tale of defeat rather than victory. This common occurrence is born out of the fighter's natural reflex to be better - achieve more. It is the attitude of champions. Syed Abdul Kadir harbours the same frustrations, despite notching up some pretty spectacular highlights in the days when he was 54kg of physical excellence. He may have won a Commonwealth Gold at Christchurch in 1974 and been voted one of Singapore's top 50 athletes of the 20th century, but Kadir's primary instinct is to recall the Munich Olympic Games in 1972. The Games, which would gain international notoriety after most of the Israeli team were murdered by Arab gunmen, was to be the moment which defined his amateur career. He had already beaten the Italian champ in the opening stages when he was drawn ...

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