Blood season: Tyson and the world of boxing

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Morrow, May 1, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 318 pages
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As former boxing correspondent for the New York Times, Phil Berger had accessto Tyson and his "handlers" as no other journalist. Berger regards Tyson as adangerously violent man who has as many people trying to get their hooks intohim as he has millions, and chronicles Tyson's career against the backdrop ofboxing and the powers behind the sport. of photos.

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A New York Times boxing writer offers an inside look at the contemporary fight scene, concentrating on the heavyweight division and the meteroic career of Mike Tyson. As Berger describes it, the sport ... Read full review


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About the author (1989)

Berger is the author of 8 nonfiction books.

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