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SLIDESHOW: Women's Boxing - U.S. Olympic Trials in Spokane

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A total of 24 ladies are boxing at the U.S. Olympic Trials at Northern Quest Resort & Casino west of Spokane. The group is headlined by two boxers from the west side of Washington: Queen Underwood from the Seattle area, and Alex Love, from Monroe, Wash.

Both boxers won their first fights on Monday night.

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