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Championship Rounds a must-read anthology for boxing fans

24
May

Championship Rounds a must-read anthology for boxing fans

Championship Rounds, Round 2 is an anthology of boxing articles written by award-winning columnist and International Boxing Hall of Famer...

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28
Aug

Book review: (Low)life: A Memoir of Jazz, fight-Fixing, and the Mob

Charles Farrell isn’t looking to make friends with his book (Low)life: A Memoir of Jazz, Fight-Fixing, and The Mob. He...

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11
Dec

New book gives in-depth look at Cus D’Amato’s training system

Legendary manager/trainer Cus D'Amato has long been considered one of boxing's most complex and polarizing characters. His supporters would describe...

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18
Apr

Review: Four-volume ‘Definitive History’ a monumental work

Boxing historian Barry Hugman’s four-volume project — chronicling every championship fight from 1870 to 2016 — is the result of 30 years of research.

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31
Oct

Literary Notes: ‘I Am Duran’

Roberto Duran’s new autobiography offers no apologies for the Panamanian star’s impulsiveness in or out of the ring.

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07
Jul

The Jewish Golden Age

Mike Silver’s book “Stars in the Ring” recalls a time when boxing was at its peak and Jewish fighters were a major force in the sport.

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25
Feb

Book review: ‘Money: The Life and Fast Times of Floyd Mayweather’

Tris Dixon’s book is a compelling look at Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s origins but misses some opportunities to dig deeper.

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11
Dec

Tony Tucker fights the good fight – in print

Former IBF heavyweight titlist Tony Tucker’s biography is all about the comeback – in more ways than one.

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20
Nov

From the Bookshelf: ‘Journeymen’

Mark Turley’s book delves into the world of British boxers who make a living by losing fights.

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19
Nov

From the Bookshelf: ‘Slats’ recounts life of Jimmy Slattery

Rich Blake’s book is about a fighter and an era when local fighters were heroes, the good-looking ones were matinee idols, and boxing mattered.

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