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Former World Heavyweight Champion Ray Mercer, Find A Dreams Director, Heading To London

Olympic Gold Medalist and former world heavyweight champion Ray Mercer will be making appearances at charity events in London next week. Mercer has been a Director with Find A Dream for two years.


Olympic Gold Medalist and former world heavyweight champion Ray Mercer will be making appearances..


Reported by i-Newswire.com • Thursday, October 4, 2012

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