On March 19, 1996, Mike Tyson fought a forgettable heavyweight match whose undercard made history: Viewers who thought of women's boxing in the same category as midget wrestling saw professional pugilist Christy Martin beat the bejesus out of Deirdre
Gogarty over six bloody rounds. Five years ago, Katya Bankowsky's documentary about Dutch-born boxer Lucia Rijker, widely considered the best female fighter in the world, couldn't have been made. It's an intermittently fascinating look at a world-class athlete (she fights like a man, her admirers
marvel) who's as thoughtful as she is physically disciplined. But it's undermined by what appears to be the filmmaker's divi...