I Don't Believe It, But It's True: A Year in Boxing

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Sport Media Publishing, Jan 1, 2006 - Sports & Recreation - 295 pages
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Hauser, the most respected boxing writer in America today, has compiled an anthology of his essays about professional boxing covering the year 2005. Featured themes include an in-depth portrait of Oscar De La Hoya, and personal reflections on luminaries like Mike Tyson, Bernard Hopkins and Don King. Hauser also goes behind the scenes at the television reality show The Contender.

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Contents

A PERSONAL PORTRAIT
3
JAMES TONEY SHAKES UP THE HEAVYWEIGHT DIVISION
23
GOOD TIMES FOR BERNARD HOPKINS
45
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Thomas Hauser is the author of forty-five books. His first work, Missing, was made into an Academy Award-winning film. He later authored Muhammad Ali: His Life and Times, the definitive biography of the most famous fighter ever. In 2004, the Boxing Writers Association of America honored Hauser with the Nat Fleischer Award for Career Excellence in Boxing Journalism.

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