The Boxing Globe is an all access boxing news website that features boxing news, videos, highlights, interviews, editorials and more from the boxing world. The Boxing Globe consists of 5 boxing journalists, 2 editors, and 2 behind the scenes graphic designers and photographers.
Frank “Catfish” Hughes has been called, “Bob Knight’s Baby with Hip Hop that covers sports.” and “the future of sports writing!” He is an official member of the NSSA & USBWA. Catfish covers the Los Angeles Lakers as the official East Coast Voice of the Lakers, and owns the NBA media outlet, WickedJumpShot.com and was the host of Thru the Wire Sports Talk Radio which aired on both ESPN Radio and Fox Sports Radio. Catfish is the head editor and chief here at the Boxing Globe.
Co-Owner and founder of the BoxingGlobe. Boom Boom is the acting CO-head editor the Globe, and has been featured on air with Boxeo Events with Golden Boy Promotions, Top Rank, and more in his 17 years covering the sweet science of boxing. Madden earned his nickname, Boom Boom while fighting as a Golden Glove boxer in Michigan.
Doug “Fly” Williams is a 13 year boxing journalist who has had articles published in Boxing Illustrated and KO Magazine aka “The Knockout Boxing Magazine”. Dubbed Fly as an amatuer boxing who won runner-up Silver Gloves at the age 16.
Joey Sinatra is a boxing and basketball journalist who attends USI as a post graduate. Joey grew up in the New Rochelle Area of the greater New York City area, and is a cousin of the famous singer, Frank Sinatra.
Emmily is a boxing lover and expert. She hails from Herefordshire in the Midlands, UK. She is hailed as one of the next great, female writers on the sweet science, and will be launching her own editorial via the Boxing Globe very soon.
‘If my mind can conceive it, and my heart can believe it, then I can achieve it’. Muhammed Ali.
Marvelous Michael Hatfield was in Philadelphia but who grew up in the Maine area of New England. The first event Hatfield covered was the Trinidad-Hopkins fight while working with Sports Illustrated way back in 2001. Hatfield doesn’t use the nickname, Marvelous, but the Boxing Globe staff calls him that due to his love for Marvelous Marvin Hagler
. Hatfield’s fame as a boxing scribe grew when his blog, StraightWrites.com was featured on ESPN and CBS Sports in 2009.