Emanuel Steward talks about the Kronk Gym at the gym's location on West Warren Street in Detroit on July 11, 2012. Steward, owner of the current gym said he wants to move to Southfield, where he will have a bigger space that's more accessible to an increasing number of suburban youth fighters. The city closed the original Kronk Recreation Center, a hot, sweaty basement gym on the west side after vandals stole its copper piping in 2006. Although Kronk has been a haven for Detroit's youths for decades, Steward said it's time to move. (AP Photo/Detroit News, Elizabeth Conley) DETROIT FREE PRESS OUT; HUFFINGTON POST OUT
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