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eBook An Unforgiving Sport: An Inside Look at Another Year in Boxing ePub

by Thomas Hauser

  • ISBN: 1557289107
  • Category: Individual Sports
  • Subcategory: Outdoors Sport
  • Author: Thomas Hauser
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Arkansas Press; 1 edition (October 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 328
  • ePub book: 1262 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1838 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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Thomas Hauser has become "must reading" in the boxing community, and his latest book demonstrates why. An Unforgiving Sport brings together Hauser's 2008 articles from secondsout.

Thomas Hauser has become "must reading" in the boxing community, and his latest book demonstrates why. com, in which he exposes the inner workings of HBO Sports, goes behind the scenes at boxing's biggest fights, revisits historical figures like John L. Sullivan, and offers revealing portraits of Don King, Oscar De La Hoya, Manny Pacquiao, Ricky Hatton, Bernard Hopkins, and a host of others

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Thomas Hauser has become must reading in the boxing community, and his latest book demonstrates why. An Unforgiving Sport brings together Hauser’s 2008 articles from secondsout. com, in which he exposes the inner workings of HBO Sports, goes behind the scenes at boxing’s biggest fights, revisits historical figures like John L. Sullivan, and offers revealing portraits of Don King, Oscar De La Hoya, Manny Pacquiao, Ricky Hatton, Bernard Hopkins, and a host of others. Booklist praised an earlier collection of Hauser’s articles as one more testament to talent and passion. Sullivan, and offers revealing portraits of Don King, Oscar De La Hoya, Manny Pacquiao, Ricky Hatton, Bernard Hopkins, and a host of others

Viii, 303 p. ; 23 cm. Includes bibliographical references.

Viii, 303 p.

Over the years, Thomas Hauser has earned recognition as one of the most respected boxing writers in America and the definitive . The book includes an inside look at great fighters, great fights, and the powers behind the throne.

Over the years, Thomas Hauser has earned recognition as one of the most respected boxing writers in America and the definitive chronicler of the contemporary boxing scene. The Greatest Sport of All is Hauser’s portrait of 2006, another remarkable year in boxing. There are revealing portraits of Oscar De La Hoya, Jermain Taylor, Bernard Hopkins, and Don King; a look back at giants like Joe Louis and Muhammad Ali; and more.

This work captures a remarkable year in boxing - 2008. Thomas Hauser has become 'must reading' in the boxing community, and his latest book demonstrates why. "An Unforgiving Sport" brings together Hauser's 2008 articles from secondsout. An Unforgiving Sport brings together Hauser’s 2008 articles.

A Hurting Sport marks the tenth annual volume of Thomas Hauser’s boxing articles to be published by the University of. .His readers call him one of the last real champions in boxing and one of the very best who has ever written about this sport

A Hurting Sport marks the tenth annual volume of Thomas Hauser’s boxing articles to be published by the University of Arkansas Press. Every year, readers, sportswriters, and critics alike look forward to these collections. His readers call him one of the last real champions in boxing and one of the very best who has ever written about this sport. A Hurting Sport continues this tradition of excellence with a behind-the-scenes recounting of 2014’s biggest fights, a look at Floyd Mayweather’s conduct in and out of the ring, analysis of fight impresario Al Haymon’s burgeoning empire, and much more.

A Hurting Sportmarks the tenth annual volume of Thomas Hauser's boxing articles to be published by the University of.

A Hurting Sportmarks the tenth annual volume of Thomas Hauser's boxing articles to be published by the University of Arkansas Press. In 2014, Booklist observed, "This annual series detailing the year in boxing should be a highlight, not only for fans of the sport but also for those who appreciate journalistic acumen and stylish prose. Other sportswriters have called Hauser "the dean of fightwriters" (TheSweetScience.

Thomas Hauser has become “must reading” in the boxing community, and his latest book demonstrates why. An Unforgiving Sport brings together Hauser’s 2008 articles from secondsout.com and espn.com, in which he exposes the inner workings of HBO Sports, goes behind the scenes at boxing’s biggest fights, revisits historical figures like John L. Sullivan, and offers revealing portraits of Don King, Oscar De La Hoya, Manny Pacquiao, Ricky Hatton, Bernard Hopkins, and a host of others. Booklist praised an earlier collection of Hauser’s articles as “one more testament to [Hauser’s] talent and passion for the most elemental of our sports.” An Unforgiving Sport adds to Hauser’s definitive record of the contemporary boxing scene.