Tag Archives: Paulie Malignaggi

Shawn Porter Is the Easiest Guy in Boxing to Root For

I don’t mind guys who are cocky and braggadocio, as long as they always show up in top condition and mostly back up their words.

Junior Middleweight Triple Header Should Net Lara vs. Charlo

There were three outstanding 154-pound title bouts on Showtime this past weekend, and all three title holders made successful defenses […]

Boxers Who Enjoyed Career Success After A Dip

Time will tell, but he can take encouragement from the examples of the fighters listed below who regained their footing after a career dip. They are listed

Mayweather-McGregor: The King is Dead and His Gold Can’t Fit in his Grave

“Of hunger and thirst (so goes the Greek legend) A king once died amidst fountains and orchards…” Jorge Luis Borges, […]

The New York State Athletic Commission is Still Courting Disaster

THE HAUSER REPORT — As the parties involved work to settle the various legal claims arising out of the horrific […]

Juan LaPorte and the Mysterious Death of Salvador Sanchez

It was close to noon on August 12, 1982 when the radio blurted out four times in Spanish, “Salvador Sanchez […]

Thomas Hauser’s Fistic Notes and Nuggets

FISTIC NOTES AND NUGGETS — Nine years ago, I wrote an article entitled “BoxRec.com: Boxing’s Indispensable Website.” I praised John […]

ADRIEN BRONER: Boxing’s Problem Child Faces an Uncertain Future

ADRIEN BRONER — His nickname is “The Problem,” which might be the most apt moniker in all of boxing. But, […]

Boxing Has a Poet Laureate and His Name is Paulie Malignaggi

Boxing Poet Laureate – Paulie Malignaggi, a former world champion in two weight classes, had a rough go of it in […]

Danny Jacobs To Sit In For Paul Malignaggi On Saturday

LOS ANGELES (April 24, 2014)—Middleweight contender Daniel Jacobs will serve as a guest analyst for the second straight week as […]