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A year-in-review is any sort of publication which is traditionally released on an annual basis to cover the events of the past year from the perspective of the contributors to the publication. Years-in-review are often intended to highlight the highs and lows of the events which occurred throughout the year, and often include select works published during the year which are considered by the editors of the year-in-review to be the most memorable works of the year. Years-in-review are often used to list "Top Ten" lists voted upon by hired critics and reviewers of other media.

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June 2011- June 2012 was a pivotal year in the life of Brian Reynolds. It was his year to be #1 in the World Championship Rankings and to win the Triple Crown Texas State Championship titles. He also became a Black Belt on May 5, 2012 and celebrated his Eagle Scout Court of Honor that same month before moving to Las Vegas to train at the Mayweather Boxing Club for the 2016 Olympics. Here are some of the highlights.

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