He is considered to be the most legendary and knowledgeable boxing historian and journalist in the history of the great sport having covered it for almost seven decades.  He was named “The Greatest Boxing Writer of the 20th Century” by the International Veterans Boxing Association and inducted into the International Boxing Hall Of Fame in 2005.  He is known for that cigar and fedora, and he has written over 80 books, been a NY Times Bestseller, and is one of the most recognizable personalities in Sports having appeared in movies like Rocky Balboa, The Great White Hype, and Night And The City.  He bought Boxing Illustrated magazine in 1969 and was editor until 1973. From 1979–1983 he was editor and publisher of The Ring. In 1988 he once again began editing Boxing Illustrated.  He has written for almost every media outlet imaginable including the NY Daily News, ESPN, Sports Illustrated, Etc…

He is The Legendary Bert Sugar, and here he goes toe to toe with “The King Of Kamelot” in an amazing interview where we discuss everything from Boxing History, to his new book, to ranking the greatest fighters in Boxing, to even his childhood…