The Greatest Sport of All

The Greatest Sport of All

An Inside Look at Another Year in Boxing

Book - 2007
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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. The book includes an inside look at great fighters, great fights, and the powers behind the throne. 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.
Publisher: Fayetteville : University of Arkansas Press, 2007.
ISBN: 9781557288592
Branch Call Number: 796.83 HAUSER
Characteristics: viii, 303 p. ; 23 cm.


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