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The synopsis below may give away important plot points. It was that fight, 25 years ago, that caused him to lose one eye, ending his boxing career.
This is also why Frankie takes a conservative approach when training upcoming boxers. Thus, we see a boxer leave Frankie for a more aggressive manager.
Maggie is extremely determined to prove Frankie wrong, along with the rest of her family. Scrap continues to give Maggie pointers on how to improve and get better.
After much persistence, on her 32nd birthday Maggie gets Frankie to agree to train her. Eventually Frankie and Maggie come together realizing that the other can fill that void in their lives. A year and a half of training and many knock-outs later, undefeated Maggie wants to go for a world title championship in Las Vegas.
Frankie is hesitant, not wanting her to get hurt. Maggie takes him to see her mother and sister who are very white-trash and live in a trailer. Maggie surprises her mom with a new home just a mile away from their current trailer but her mom is angry. She tells loving stories about her father.
She tells him about the time he put their ailing pet dog out of his misery. He contemplates buying the diner. Frankie finally decides that Maggie is ready for the next level. He sets up a series of fights against skilled British and European opponents.
Before entering the ring the first time, he gives her a new fight robe with a Gaelic phrase on it. The crowd loves it and chants it as she enters the ring. Maggie wins every fight easily, which sets her on the path to a championship bout. In the championship fight, Maggie boxes against the current middleweight champion.
The title holder is not only aggressive and tough but also fights dirty. During the first two rounds she pounds on Maggie while taking a couple of penalty points for two foul punches. The referee warns her that next time she will be disqualified.
The next couple of rounds Maggie takes a different approach, advised by Frankie, and starts to break ground. She clearly is winning the fight and the crowd goes crazy. She goes back in and after a few punches and almost-a-knock-out later, her opponent struggles to her feet after a 9-count.
The referee sends them back to their corners. Maggie suffers spinal neck injury that leaves her paralyzed for life.
Maggie is bedridden for a long time and eventually has to have her leg amputated due to bed sores turning gangrenous. Frankie is skeptical but they tell him to mind his own business.
He leaves, disgusted at them.Get the latest science news and technology news, read tech reviews and more at ABC News.
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