Tag Archives: Emanuel Steward

“Notes and Nuggets” from Thomas Hauser

What does a journalist do when he retires following a long and storied career that includes 25 years as sports […]

Boxing History Went Up in Flames in Blaze That Destroyed Kronk Gym

worked with 41 world champions, 30 of whom he helped develop at that city’s shrine to the sweet science, the Kronk Gym, the most famous alumnus

With Title Shot Against Charlo, Lubin Glad He Passed on 2016 Rio Olympics

There are some questions that have no easy answers. Who can say why that chicken crossed the road? But Erickson […]

Wladimir Klitschko: A Career Appreciation

He participated in 29 heavyweight title bouts compiling a record of 25-4. Yes, Wladimir Klitschko 64-5 (53) fought with a […]

Wladimir Klitschko Embraced Al Davis’s Mantra: “Just Win, Baby”

Having maintained a home in Los Angeles for several years, there is at least a chance now-retired two-time heavyweight champion […]

The Underappreciated Amateur Boxing Career of Ronnie Shields

Ronnie Shields is one of the most successful and well-respected boxing cornermen in the world today. But before Shields was […]

Getting to the Sunshine: The Ricky Womack Story

THE RICKY WOMACK STORY — Thomas Boswell, the respected sports columnist of the Washington Post, once predicted that the 1984 […]

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 […]

Lennox Lewis Is Only Half Right Regarding the Klitschko-Steward Link

LENNOX LEWIS WEIGHS IN ON JOSHUA-KLITSCHKO — Former heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis recently weighed in on the upcoming IBF/WBA title […]