Tag Archives: Tyson Fury

In Boxing, David Beating Goliath is Not Such a Rarity

There is a saying in football that “good and big beats good and little.” That’s usually true, but, as in […]

A Joshua-Klitschko Rematch Seems Inevitable, and that’s Distressing

 If the reports leaking out are true, Wladimir Klitschko will activate his rematch clause with Anthony Joshua and the two […]

Joshua-Klitschko: The Future is Now (Part Two)

THE HAUSER REPORT – The scene on fight night as Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko walked to the ring at […]

Joshua-Klitschko: The Future is Now (Part One)

THE HAUSER REPORT: On April 17, 1860, in Farnsborough County west of London, England’s Tom Sayers and John Heenan from […]

Why Joshua Will Dispatch Klitschko, Ushering in a New Heavyweight Era

Some refer to it as the passing of the torch or the changing of the guard. It occurs when a […]

The Joshua-Klitschko Blockbuster: Birth of a New Era?

The narrative surrounding Anthony Joshua is the most familiar in all of boxing. Here is a young man caught up […]

Klitschko’s Legacy Probably Rests On Beating Joshua

I say he is due all props for taking this fight. That’s right. I salute the 41-year-old former unified heavyweight […]

Can Bare-Knuckle Big Shot Bobby Gunn Muffle Musty Roy Jones Jr.?

“CELTIC WARRIOR” BOBBY GUNN — In the late 1980s, when a young, seemingly invincible Mike Tyson was widely recognized as […]

Charisma and Swagger: Boxers With Magnetic Personalities

BOXERS WITH THE “IT’ FACTOR — Irish Jerry Quarry, a well-spoken and good looking kid from Southern California but an […]

Can December Salvage a Bad Year in Boxing and Kindle a Rebound?

CAN DECEMBER SALVAGE A BAD YEAR? — So far, according to websites that track the most popular trends on social […]