Boxing News by Adam Berlin
Adam Berlin is the author of the novels The Number of Missing (Spuyten Duyvil), the boxing novel Both Members of the Club (Texas Review Press/winner of the Clay Reynolds Novella Prize), Belmondo Style (St. Martin’s Press/winner of The Publishing Triangle’s Ferro-Grumley Award) and Headlock (Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill). His stories and poetry have appeared in numerous journals. He teaches writing at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City and co-edits J Journal: New Writing on Justice. For more, please visit adamberlin.com
Non-Superlative: This Year’s Ballot for Boxing’s Hall of Fame – October 20th, 2014Is this year’s crop of potential Hall-of-Fame inductees very good? They are. Are some of them excellent? Probably. Are they worthy of being remembered?
Larry “The Greatest” Holmes – October 6th, 2014Boxing has a proud lineage that deserves respect and admiration. But history often elevates prowess. And history often blurs clear sight…
Choosing His Chariot: Hopkins Takes on Kovalev – August 3rd, 2014Separate emotions from violence and you have the essence of what makes a prize fighter a prize fighter. That’s Bernard Hopkins…
Triple G Plus One – July 26th, 2014Even if he couldn’t pack Madison Square Garden, Golovkin’s popularity was being built, punch by concussive punch…