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Thesis on the existence of Glass Jaws in boxing by Professor I. C. Chins of the University of Lichtenstein in Germany. English version (translated from the original German). (c) 2012 There is much debate amongst academic experts and laypersons alike regarding the existence of Glass Jaws in boxing. Some argue that punches administered with pinpoint accuracy can shatter even the most Iron of Chins. Others take the view that some boxers are born with Fragile Glass Mandibles (FGMs). This paper will serve as irrefutable scientific, conclusive proof that Glass Jaws do indeed exist in boxing, and that they always have and that they always will, as long as fighters enter the "squared circle" to box. Biology of the Glass Jaw As Diag.1 shows, some prominent boxers have Glass Jaws. Using a radioscopic lens attached to a Schwarzen T5000 SL specialised camera, we were able to obtain an x-ray of Roy Jones Jr's Chin. What we see is that he clearly has a Glass Jaw, one of the worst in the entire sport. Fragile Glass can be seen throughout the Mandible region: Diag. 1 Compare this with a photo taken with the same camera under the exact same conditions, and the evidence is undeniable. Diag. 2 shows Floyd Mayweather Jr. a certified Iron Chinned Warrior. His Mandible shows solid impenetrable Iron. Diag. 2 The evidence is there for all to see. Irrefutable proof that Glass Jaws exist in boxing.
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