Thomas Hauser on NYSAC’s dysfunctional family

February 14th, 2016

Pulitzer nominee Thomas Hauser, one of boxing's most-revered journalists, recently penned a five-part series for describing the remarkable dysfunction within the New York State Athletic Commission, and the inefficiencies that may have contributed to the Magomed Abdusalamov tragedy two years ago at Madison Square Garden.

The prolific scribe, author of more than two-dozen boxing books (including Muhammad Ali's definitive biography) joined us Feb. 14, 2016, to discuss what an investigation by New York's Inspector General has uncovered so far.

Our in-depth interview with Thomas Hauser is preceded by a conversation with expert analysts Travis Hartman, Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti, who unpack Khan vs. Canelo, Cotto vs. Marquez, Lomachenko vs. Walters, and Roy Jones Jr. vs. some "lucky" boxing fan for $100,000.

A sensational hour, front to back.

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