There is plenty boxing can do to make the sport safer for its athletes, writes Tris Dixon, author of Damage, shortlisted for Sports Book of the Year
Author - Tris Dixon
Tris Dixon has covered boxing at all levels for more than two decades. He is the former editor of Boxing News and has written for the publication since 2002. Now, he hosts BT Sport’s No Filter Boxing programme and presents the Boxing Life Stories podcast. He also contributes to The Ring, Boxing Scene and Hannibal Boxing. He first wrote about boxing in 1996 and has subsequently covered the sport in more than a dozen countries, over four 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 hero Ricky Hatton. He is also on The Ring ratings panel and an elector for the International Boxing Hall of Fame.