Tag Archives: Thomas Hauser

The Hauser Report: The Barclays Buzz

The first fight card at Barclays Center was contested on October 20, 2012, and featured four world title fights: Danny […]

Following up on Luis Ortiz, the WBC, and VADA

when WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman announced that the organization had withdrawn its sanction of the scheduled November 4

Congratulations to the WBC and VADA

The much-anticipated November 4, 2017, WBC heavyweight title fight between Deontay Wilder and Luis Ortiz appears to be off. A […]

“Jess Willard”: A Book Review by Thomas Hauser

Jess Willard’s ring career was defined by two fights: an April 5, 1915, victory over Jack Johnson in Havana, when […]

Dick Gregory and Muhammad Ali

Dick Gregory, who broke down color barriers in white nightclubs as a comedian in the 1960’s died on August 19 […]

The Hauser Report: Top Rank – ESPN – Lomachenko – Crawford

THE HAUSER REPORT: Three years ago, the eyes of boxing were on Premier Boxing Champions and what Al Haymon was […]

Tony Middleton: From Fighting to Singing

The sports heroes and the music of our youth have a particularly evocative hold on us as we grow older. […]

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 […]

The Hauser Report: Mikey Garcia Was Too Small, Too Slow, Too Good

THE HAUSER REPORT — Adrien Broner vs. Mikey Garcia at Barclays Center on July 29 was an intriguing match-up and […]

Fighters as Writers

“It’s easy to like Las Vegas the same way it’s easy to like an honest hooker. Neither one pretends to […]