Fighting to make her mark in a man's world

When they were little girls, Hazzauna Underwood was, she says, "a girlie-girl." She was the sort who went on to be a high-school cheerleader Little sister Queen - not quite.

"She was the one who ran around with dogs, who played basketball, who did weightlifting," Hazzauna recalled with a laugh. "If she could have played football, she would have done that, too."

The first women's boxing tournament in Olympic history is set for the London 2012 Games. Queen Underwood, 26, has emerged this year as one of the United States' prime contenders.

And among many great stories in the Olympic scene, Queen Underwood has one of the most compelling. She is a woman fighting to make it in a man's world, in and out of the ring.

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