Posts Tagged ‘Book Review’

LIGHTS, CAMERA, AND ACTION! A review of Samuel Hawley’s The Fight That Started the Movies By Roger Zotti Samuel Hawley’s latest book, the aptly titled The...

The latest work from local sportswriter and author Rich Pagano, entitled “The Baron of Leiperville,” recounts the life and times of James F. Dougherty

Someone once said that boxing is a tight fraternity, and unless you have been in the ring, you can never cross the line that separates boxer from fan.

Uncrowned Champions is a collection of essays recounting the greatness and the tragic oversight of prize fighters from the first half of the 20th century.

'The First Black Boxing Champions' is a definite 'must read' by all Americans whether a boxing fan or not.

Finally! Someone has written a book about boxing’s first African American world champion, and a man that many boxing historians consider the greatest...

If you’ve ever wondered how boxing superstars like Roy Jones Jr., Bernard Hopkins, Oscar De La Hoya, Floyd Mayweather, Jr., Lennox Lewis, Mike Tyson,...

If you’ve ever wondered how boxing superstars like Roy Jones Jr., Bernard Hopkins, Oscar De La Hoya, Floyd Mayweather, Jr., Lennox Lewis, Mike Tyson, Pernell...

It’s amazing that until now, the only book that had ever been produced about Harry Greb was a 1946 work written by James Fair that was a mixture of fact and...