Tag Archives: Ted Sares

The Four Faces on the Mount Rushmore of Boxing: A New TSS Survey

In this survey we posed a hypothetical question: Suppose that there was going to be a Mount Rushmore of Boxing with the faces of four boxers carved on to a granite mountain

A Boxing Writer’s Reward

a simple acknowledgment of a story I had written years ago about Bobby Tomasello, a fighter who was given the birth name of Robert Benson

James DeGale: Fit and Ready to Avenge a Humiliating Defeat

James “Chunky” DeGale was a 16-to-1 favorite to beat Caleb Truax and retain his IBF super middleweight title when they met this past December at the Copper Box

Taking No Pleasure From Whyte vs. Browne

The first time I saw it happen was while reviewing film of Ingemar Johansson’s demolition of crafty Eddie Machen in 1958. Machen was knocked down three times

Jim Lampley and 16 Others Weigh in on the Problem of PED Use in Boxing

For this latest survey, I reached out for suggestions from our regular panel of respondents. Among the fascinating survey questions submitted

Joshua Has a More Well-Rounded Game, But Wilder is More Fun to Watch

On March 3, WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder increased his stock exponentially by taking out Luis Ortiz in spectacular fashion in a war that may end

Why Sor Rungvisai Could be the new Manny Pacquiao and not Donnie Nietes

Gennady Golovkin was being hailed as the new Pacquiao –or at least the Eastern Euro version. However, the shine seems to have worn off GGG given his last two efforts

Noted Boxing Buffs Look Back on Their First Live Boxing Event (Part 2)

An interesting array of boxing people responded to our survey. The offshoot was a two-part story. Here are the remaining responses. The irony—or maybe the evolution

Noted Boxing Buffs Recall Their First Live Boxing Event and its Impact

PART ONE OF A TWO-PART SERIES — On June 6, 1948, the storied Marigold Gardens in Chicago was filled with […]

Plane Crashes, Boxing, and Lessons Learned

Last year was the safest year on record for commercial air travel. Airlines recorded zero accident deaths in commercial jets in 2017. President Donald Trump celebrated