The Ring King

| May 27, 2016

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THE RING KING

“Throughout the history of time, the champ has been a reason to talk about boxing around the water cooler.” –Teddy Atlas

In the comic The Ring King, prizefighters Michael Cage and Wesley Hunt are on a crash course to a New Year’s Eve showdown that will finally determine who the best pound-for-pound fighter in the world is.

It’s been a long time coming between these two and nothing will stop them from answering the question on every boxing fan’s mind—who’s the better fighter? In a fantastical twist of fate, the winner finds them self hurtling back in time to face off against the original legend in the ring, the fabled Ring King.

The Ring King is a full-color comic. Its 30 pages of professionally rendered art that depicts the exciting bright lights, glitz and glamour of professional boxing. In its comic book style, The Ring King follows the trajectory of two talented, troubled fighters as they grapple with their rivalry, the pressures of fame, and their own abilities as fighters and men. This book is a very entertaining story for adults and children alike; especially kids and the kids-at-heart. It talks about boxing in a way that entertains both adults and children.

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