SecondsOut Editor in Chief Clive Bernath has been involved in boxing for more than 20 years. As far as experience and qualifications go Clive is as qualified as anyone to be writing about the Noble Art. Over the years he has worked within the sport as a Press and PR man, sanctioning body supervisor and event management for various promoters. Clive also spent four successful years as BBC Boxing's official statistician.
Australia's best known boxing writer today, Paul Upham is the Content Editor of SecondsOut.com and has written for this website continuously since 2000. The Editor of the Australian Boxing Almanac, he has also written pieces for The Australian newspaper, Fox Sports, Main Event Television, KO and The Ring. 36 year-old Upham has appeared live on air as a boxing analyst for Main Event Pay-Per-View, Sky Channel, Fox Sports, Sky News Australia and others.
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'.
Smith, aka Smitty, as he is better known, has been involved in the sport of boxing for nearly 40 years. He kind of grew up with the sport as a young boy chasing 'The Greatest', Muhammad Ali, around the famed 5th Street Gym on Miami Beach where Smitty would eventually train himself in the ring and as a broadcaster.
Based in NYC, Jerry Glick has been a fan of boxing since 1959 (50 years!). First he read a boxing magazine that peaked his interest. But after watching Ingemar Johansson KO Floyd Patterson to win the heavyweight title Mr. Glick was hooked on the sport.
Sean Waisglass is a writer and photographer based in Toronto, Canada. In addition to covering pro and amateur boxing for various print and internet publications, he is currently working on a documentary photography series about the sport. Selections from the project were used as set dressing in the 2004 Paramount film "Against The Ropes".
Tri Nguyen is based in the Washington DC area and has been a lifelong fan of boxing. He grew up idolizing Mike Tyson, Marvin Hagler, Roberto Duran, and Sugar Ray Leonard. Tri has read numerous books on boxing and has hundreds of back issues of Ring magazine dating back to the 1960's. He started as a boxing photographer and has photo credits on several boxing websites.
Derek Bonnett has followed the sport of boxing enthusiastically for over twenty years. At SecondsOut, he has reported on all levels of the game and carries a passion for the lower, often overlooked, weight classes.
Jason Pribila "Pribs" is based out of Bethlehem, USA. My first feature article on the Sweet Science was published on Secondsout.com on Christmas Day 2007. Since receiving that gift I have been able to cover several fight cards in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Like many people in their 30's, I fell in love with the sport of boxing as Mike Tyson was terrorizing the Heavyweight Division. Thankfully fighters like Arturo Gatti and Sugar Shane Mosley were there to mend my broken heart.
John Lumpkin has been a fan of boxing for over 30 years. He has a diverse background with experience and advanced education in the fields of technology, business, and law which he uses to cover the sport. His articles frequently address boxing from odd angles and unusual topics in a continual effort to inspire readers to expand their horizons.
Michael Norby became captivated with boxing after watching fellow Irishman Barry McGuigan defeat Eusebio Pedroza for the WBA featherweight world title in 1985. He began his journalism career covering news and politics in his hometown of Derry City, Northern Ireland and wrote occasional boxing stories when, as he puts it, "the sports editor would allow me to." Michael began writing for SecondsOut in the summer of 2006 and lives in Boston, USA.
Las Vegas-based columnist who also reports on all the goings-on in Sin City. Passionate about music and other sports as well, but the fightsports are his number-one priority aside from his family. Originally from Chicago's South Side, Sloan has been a boxing junkie since he was a little kid and grew up on Mike Tyson, Marvin Hagler and Ray Leonard.
One of China's most sought-after bilingual sports/culture columnists, Zhenyu Li covers sports and cultural creative industry for People's Daily online in China. He is the only journalist who writes both in English and Chinese as well as hosting bilingual online programs for his Media Group.
Dave McKee is a feature writer for The Ring magazine and SecondsOut.com and a contributing editor for FightSaga.com. His work has appeared in Boxing Digest and Ringsports Magazine. He is the former lead writer for RingsideReport.com and co-hosted Ringside Radio with Mark Graves on 1140 AM in Kansas City.
Marc Livitz traces his love for the fight game back to when he was very young. It all started as he sat and listened to his great uncle's tales of boxing during the Second World War for the US Army. Originally from Houston, TX. He's always open to discussing the sweet science with just about anyone and absolutely thinks fight night is the center of the universe. He is an avid reader about the history of the sport and hopes to one day pen a book of his own.
Mikko Salo lives in Vantaa, Finland. He got the spark to boxing fandom as an 11-year-old from watching the legendary Hagler vs Hearns war. As an athlete Mikko won the Finnish championship in American football in the 1990s. In his boxing writing he concentrates mostly on the heavyweight division. He also wants to document the lively Northern European boxing scene to SecondsOut readers. Mikko can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.