Tyson Bad Intentions Peter Heller digs into the cracks to get the truth
of Iron Mike. The book is a excellent step by step guideline to Tyson's
Flame of Pure Fire: Jack Dempsey A biography of the nation's first
celebrity heavyweight champ. The boxer, the hobo, the roughneck and the
Ali King of the World David Remnick's portrait of a man who could not
be confined to any existing stereotypes, inside the ring or out.
Devil and Sonny Liston - Exposes Sonny's dark side and delves into
many of his often unsavory pasts which have made Liston so oddly compelling.
The Humble Warrior The biography offers an intimate and inspiring portrait
of a determined man who refuses to let defeat have the final word.
Johnson An insight into the first ever black heavyweight champion,
who overcame the system to become one of the best fighters of his
Louis The Great Black Hope The book depicts the prizefighter's life,
and the times in which he lived, from his childhood in a sharecropper's
cabin in Alabama to his legendary career.
Holmes Against All Odds Straight-ahead, hard-working, cautious at times,
and free of attending glitz, Against All Odds mirrors Holmes's style in
the ring and out of it.
Norton Going the Distance The 1970s ushered in boxings greatest class
of heavyweight fighters. Norton a former US marine, was among them.
Moore The Ole Mongoose The life of Archie Moore, world champion boxer,
who, after retirement, dedicated his time on behalf of young people.