Tag Archives: Teddy Atlas

The Case for Michael Moorer

This past weekend, the International Boxing Hall of Fame inducted three new members in the Modern Boxer category. Michael Moorer has yet to get the call and perhaps never will, but one can certainly build a case for him.

Move Over, SMU. Olympic Boxing Could Be Facing the `Death Penalty’

Drastic wrongdoing would seem to require drastic action to correct. At least that was the position of the NCAA, whose leadership took such action following the 1986 college

The Hauser Report: Deontay Wilder Walks Through Fire to Win

One fight out of the 21 bouts that were contested – Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz – was a magnet for media attention and fan interest.

The Night Oscar Diaz Cried For Help

Golden Johnson, who had fought a veritable who’s who of opponents, was 24-7-3 when he fought a favored Oscar “El Torito” Diaz

Best Amateur Ever? The Loma-Rigo Fight Will Be More Grist for the Mill

Olympic gold medalists as professionals, each of whom has much support as the best amateur boxer ever – thesweetscience.com ran a readers’ poll to determine

Battle of the Bands: Loma-Rigo vs. Wilder-Ortiz

As part of any really big fight week – and the matchup of top-shelf middleweights Gennady Golovkin and Canelo Alvarez […]

GGG-Canelo: In the Court of Public Opinion the Hung Jury Smacks of Injustice

You don’t have to be a boxing fan to understand the confusion that is sometimes attendant to the intricacies of […]

Age, Bad Judging, and Jeff Horn Beat Manny Pacquiao

THE HAUSER REPORT — On Sunday, July 2 (Saturday night in the United States), Manny Pacquiao and Jeff Horn met […]

Al Bernstein a Winner on ESPN’s PacMan-Horn Coverage, and He Wasn’t Even There

Ho-hum. Another night (or afternoon) of boxing, another slew of controversies that serve to sully the sport’s credibility at a […]

The Pundits Weigh in On the Pacquiao-Horn Decision

In what several writers dubbed the eighth installment of the Rocky series, Jeff Horn upset Manny Pacquiao before 50,000-plus fans […]