Lou Duva: A fiery life in print

29
Jun

Lou Duva: A fiery life in print

“A Fighting Life: My Seven Decades in Boxing,” an autobiography penned by celebrated trainer and manager Lou Duva, with Tim Smith, is available now.

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26
Oct

Book review: ‘The Domino Diaries’

Spanning the distance between Mike Tyson’s living room and Teofilo Stevenson’s home in Cuba, Brin-Jonathan Butler’s memoir is a quest for answers in a closed society.

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26
Oct

Book review: ‘Ezzard Charles: A Boxing Life’

“Ezzard Charles: A Boxing Life” examines the life of one of the greatest light heavyweights of all time, whose career was overshadowed by the superstars of his day.

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16
Sep

Donald McRae Q&A on ‘A Man’s World: The Double Life of Emile Griffith’

Award-winning writer Donald McRae talks in-depth about his biography on five-time world champion Emile Griffith, who was so much more than a prizefighter.

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03
Jun

‘A Cuban Boxer’s Journey’: Author discusses new Guillermo Rigondeaux book

Author Brin-Jonathan Butler chronicles Guillermo Rigondeaux’s story, from outcast amateur star to outcast world champion, and examines the consequences faced by those who leave Cuba and those who choose to stay.

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14
Aug

Book review: Al Bernstein’s ’30 Years … 30 Undeniable Truths’

Veteran journalist Al Bernstein’s book, 30 Years … 30 Undeniable Truths, is an entertaining journey from the formative years of cable-TV boxing to the present, as witnessed by one of the best storytellers in the business.

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