Tag Archives: Paulie Malignaggi

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 […]