Thomas Hauser is the author of 34 books including 'Muhammad Ali: His Life And Times'. In 2005, he was honored by the Boxing Writers Association of America, which bestowed the Nat Fleischer Award for career excellence in boxing journalism upon him. He was the first Internet writer ever to receive the honor. Thomas describes writing for Secondsout.com as a chance to 'explore new frontiers and deliver cutting-edge material to website readers'. His next book - ‘The Greatest Sport of All' - will be published by the University of Arkansas Press later this year.
Use the search box below to reference Hauser's entire archive from 2001 to date on Secondsout.
By Thomas Hauser: One year ago, we put aside our games. The United States was attacked by terrorists who commandeered four civilian airplanes and turned them into weapons of mass destruction. Three thousand people
By Thomas Hauser: In January 2001, I reported on how Don King counseled George W. Bush in the art of trickeration, thereby helping him capture Florida's 25 electoral votes and the presidency of the United States. Now,
By Thomas Hauser : On June 19th, George Pataki formally designated Bernard Kerik as chairman of the New York State Athletic Commission. The following day, a hearing on the nomination was held by the Standing Committee
By Thomas Hauser Rats are adept at squeezing through small openings. I once saw a rat trying to squeeze through a hole the size of a quarter. It got its head through, which is usually the determining factor. But it was
By Thomas Hauser Sooner or later, most people around Mike Tyson become "former." That's true of his wives, managers, television networks, and promoters. It's also true of his trainers. Over the years, nine men have had
Last September, I received a tape of a telephone conversation between Don King and George W. Bush -- at least, I said I did -- and promptly transcribed it for Secondsout. Most readers were appreciative, although a few
The tradition continues. Each holiday season for the past few years, this column has been devoted to some thoughts from George Foreman. Earlier this year, I talked with George about the issue of character and