Carlos Acevedo is an award-winning boxing writer and was the founder of The Cruelest Sport and is a member of the Boxing Writers Association of America. His work has appeared in Inside HBO Boxing, Undisputed Champion Network, Boxing News, Remezcla, Boxing Digest, and Esquina Boxeo. His stories “A Darkness Made to Order” and “A Ghost Orbiting Forever” both won first place awards from the BWAA. He is a member of the International Boxing Research Organization (IBRO). Carlos is the author of the forthcoming book, Sporting Blood, published by Hamilcar Publications.
Connect with Carlos on Twitter @cruelestsport
Tris Dixon is the former editor of Boxing News and now presents No Filter Boxing on BT Sport. He wrote about his first fight in 1996 and has since covered thousands of events in more than a dozen countries and on several continents. He has authored three books about boxing: The Road to Nowhere, Money: The Life and Fast Times of Floyd Mayweather, and War and Peace: My Story, which he ghostwrote for UK boxing idol Ricky Hatton. He is also the host of the Boxing Life Stories podcast.
Connect with Tris on Twitter @TrisDixon
Oliver Goldstein is a writer based in London. In recent years, his work has appeared in Boxing News, Boxing Monthly, and Inside HBO Boxing. Oliver has also worked as an Associate Producer for Showtime Boxing. He is currently writing a PhD at Cambridge.
Frank Lotierzo Frank Lotierzo is also a staff writer for NY Fights. Over the years, his work has appeared in The Sweet Science, Boxing Illustrated, Fight Game, and Boxing Scene. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, he was an amateur boxer based out of Philadelphia and trained by George Benton. He is a member of the International Boxing Research Organization and an ex-member of the Boxing Writers Association of America.
Frank can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sean Nam has written for The Cruelest Sport, Undisputed Champion Network, The Sweet Science, Premier Boxing Championship Network, and currently writes for USA Today. His non-boxing writing has appeared in New Rambler Review, Slant Magazine, Atlas Obscura, Rain Taxi, Mubi Notebook, The Brooklyn Rail, and Cineaste. In 2017, he curated the Boxing on Film series for the Anthology Film Archives in New York City. He is a member of the Boxing Writers Association of America.
Connect with Sean on Twitter @seanpasbon
Jimmy Tobin is a member of the Boxing Writers Association of America. His work has appeared in The Cruelest Sport, 15 Rounds, Undisputed Champion Network, Esquina Boxeo, El Malpensante, The Queensbury Rules, and The Fight Network. He teaches at George Brown College in Toronto.
Connect with Jimmy on Twitter @jimmyeatwordz
Chris Walker has been writing about boxing since 2010. A full member of the BWAA, his work has appeared in Sky Sports, Sporting News, Premier Boxing Champions, Boxing News and Boxing Monthly. In 2015, he co-authored The Mersey Fighters: Volume 3, and he is a regular contributor to numerous radio shows and podcasts. His story, “The bumpy and hazardous road to Anthony Joshua v Deontay Wilder,” won an honorable mention in the 2018 BWAA writing contest.
Connect with Chris on Twitter @OfficialWalks
Paul Zanon has written eight books, with almost all of them reaching the number-one bestselling spot in their respective categories on Amazon. He has co-hosted boxing shows on Talk Sport and has been a pundit on London Live Boxnation. He is a regular contributor to Boxing Monthly and a number of other publications. Paul is member of the British Boxing Writers Club.
Connect with Paul on Twitter @PaulZanon1972
The founders of Hannibal Boxing Media are Kyle Sarofeen and Andy Komack. Learn more about them on the Hamilcar Publications portion of the Hannibal site.
Andy does lots of things, but he does not write about boxing.