Tag Archives: Anthony Joshua

London Prize Ring Rules: Regaining a Lost Empire

Forget Brexit. A lost Empire is now regained. The Revolutionary War avenged. It might be hard to fathom today in […]

Don’t Listen to the Parroting Promoters: No Chance of Wilder-Ortiz

In a year when a lot of fights that we thought we’d never see are being made and some are […]

The Best of the Best: The TSS Mid-Year Awards

Last year was a challenging twelve months to be a fight fan. In 2016, Muhammad Ali heard the final ten […]

A Joshua-Klitschko Rematch Seems Inevitable, and that’s Distressing

 If the reports leaking out are true, Wladimir Klitschko will activate his rematch clause with Anthony Joshua and the two […]

Why Is Every Fighter Measured Against Perfection?

Have you seen Frank Lotierzo’s young heavyweight prospect, Louis Ali? He’s like no other fighter you’ve ever seen fighting at […]

Stitch Duran at Wembley: Just Another Day At The Office

BOXING’S EXPERT “CUT MAN” BY SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT LUIS CORTES III — Last Saturday night at London’s Wembley Stadium, Jacob “Stitch” […]

Joshua-Klitschko: The Future is Now (Part Two)

THE HAUSER REPORT – The scene on fight night as Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko walked to the ring at […]

Joshua-Klitschko: The Future is Now (Part One)

THE HAUSER REPORT: On April 17, 1860, in Farnsborough County west of London, England’s Tom Sayers and John Heenan from […]

Will the Canelo-Chavez Jr. Match Give Boxing Another Booster Shot?

There is a disconcerting truth about so-called “superfights.” Sometimes, they’re just not that super. And when they aren’t, boxing takes […]

Joshua Answered All Questions but Klitschko Fortified His Legacy

JOSHUA VS. KLITSCHKO, AN INSTANT CLASSIC — Some predicted Joshua would win it quickly, others thought it would be a […]