Tag Archives: Thomas Hauser

Notes and Nuggets by Thomas Hauser

Germany, and did battle over four heated rounds. Their encounter could be dismissed as taking place far beyond the outer fringe of boxing but for one notable fact

Irregularities Mar New York State Boxing Hall of Fame Election

On January 10, 2018, the New York State Boxing Hall of Fame announced the names of 22 individuals who will be inducted into the hall in April. This year’s class runs

Notes and Nuggets from Thomas Hauser

Charles Caleb Colton was an English clergyman who published a popular collection of aphorisms in the early-1800s. The best known of his sayings

The Hauser Report: A Virtuoso Performance by Errol Spence

The January 14 IBF welterweight title fight between Errol Spence (22-0, 19 KOs) and Lamont Peterson (35-3-1, 17 KOs, 1 KO by) marked another step in the maturation

Arne Lang: Ring Announcer

People in the boxing media have varied backgrounds. But there’s only one I can think of who was a ring announcer. Arne Lang is editor in chief of The Sweet Science

A Ringside Affair: Book Review by Thomas Hauser

James Lawton calls boxing “the world’s oldest and most embattled sport.” A Ringside Affair (Bloomsbury Publishing) recounts his sojourn

The Hauser-Report: Lomachenko Shines Against Rigondeaux

The third fight card in as many weeks at Madison Square Garden was contested at The Theater on December 9. […]

The TSS Official Lomachenko-Rigondeaux Prediction Page

We surveyed members of our editorial staff to get their thoughts on the historic Lomachenko-Rigondeaux fight being staged Saturday in the Theater

Holiday Reading: 2017

Each year during the holiday season, I publish a list of what I consider to be the best books on boxing. That list, updated to accommodate

The Plot in Arkansas Thickens and Sickens

On Thanksgiving Day, November 23, this writer reported that the Arkansas State Athletic Commission had allowed a fighter to compete in Arkansas