High school football is a part of Americana, which Thomas Hauser explores while visiting a game at his old high school for the first time in more than 50 years.
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At age 40, Manny Pacquiao proved his time "is not yet over," as he added to his legend by outpointing previously undefeated Keith Thurman in a dramatic fast-paced fight.
On July 4, 1919, Jack Dempsey battered Jess Willard over three brutal rounds to claim the heavyweight championship. The bout is an important milestone in the history of boxing and symbolizes the essence of the sport.
Hundreds of books have been written about Muhammad Ali. Surprisingly few books (and fewer good ones) have been written about the other fighters who defined that era. Mark Kram Jr.'s book on Joe Frazier, however, does justice to its subject.
There was no major upset in the world of boxing for the second week in a row. Instead, GGG took care of business vs. Steve Rolls, setting up a likely trilogy match with Canelo Alvarez.
Deontay Wilder talks big and hits bigger. That was made clear in the run-up and outcome of his bout against Dominic Breazeale. The obvious question: Will he get a chance to prove himself vs. Anthony Joshua or in a Tyson Fury rematch?
Long-time boxing judge and HBO commentator Harold Lederman died at 79 after a battle with cancer. SN's Thomas Hauser pays tribute to a man who lived and breathed boxing like few others.
Canelo Alvarez is continuing to prove he's ready to face any challenge. For his latest — a win over Daniel Jacobs — SN went behind the scenes before and after the fight, which included snapshots with celebs, final preparation with his trainer and endea...
Despite the promoters doing their best to hype the fight, Terence Crawford vs. Amir Khan went as expected. When will boxing give its fans better bouts?
Music has been part of sports for over a century, but it has been taken to a new level — and loudness — on fight night, and is a carefully scripted part of the in-arena experience.