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London bankers trade blows at night to become lord of the ring

White-collar boxing growing in popularity as some find it a good way to keep fit and a chance to blow off steam despite the injuries

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Participants pummelling each other during the "Brawl at the Hall" white-collar boxing event at York Hall in London last Thursday.

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GASPING for breath and bleeding from a thick lip, Nick "Suicide" Seto exits the ring. But the pain of defeat will be forgotten tomorrow when he returns to work at a London bank.

"I love winning, so it hurts. But I hope the people enjoyed the show," the 34-year-old said,