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Once the pair had retired, they began to delve into volunteer work at their church joining a life altering mission trip to Nicaragua. John recalled with tears welling in his eyes, “The last day, we went to an addiction center, and we gave our testimonies and 19 men bowed on the concrete floor and accepted Christ as their Savior. But we had to leave and catch a plane back to Houston, so we were heartbroken that we couldn’t stay and disciple them.”
If the folks at Disney ever did decide to make a movie about Yolanda Fagan, it would have to be called The Boxing Granny and it would begin in a far-off land called New Jersey. Fagan took her shot and began to rise through the ranks as a female boxer, first in North Carolina and eventually worldwide. She was, at one time, the only female boxer at her gym, meaning she spent plenty of time sparring with men. It paid off.