Sam Gregory

Sam Gregory

Sam Gregory has been a professional boxing writer since 2002 for publications such as, Boxing Digest, The Cyberboxing Zone,, and He has covered numerous fights and has interviewed some of the biggest names in the sport.

As a member of the International Boxing Research Organization, Gregory specializes in boxing history, and contributes regularly to that organization's quarterly publication. He is the author of numerous biographical articles about legendary fighters, classic match-ups, memorable boxing trilogies and other subjects.

He started covering live boxing matches for the website, "Boxingtalk" in February of 2002. The first live event he covered was the Bernard Hopkins-Carl Daniels fight on February 2nd, 2002 in Reading, Pennsylvania. He also wrote several boxing related articles, interviews with boxers and trainers for Boxingtalk.

Among some of the interviews he's done was an interview with Kermit Cintron when he trained at Kings Gym in Reading. He interviewed and wrote an article about the trainers of Wrecking Crew Boxing, Norm Bagi and Lenny De Jesus in New York City. Sam visited Norm and Lenny when they were working out of a gym in the Bronx to photograph them and some of the fighters they were training. 2 or 3 separate articles came out of that one visit, including interviews with and about foreign boxers coming to the U.S. He also wrote a profile for one of their female boxers from the U.K. in order to help obtain an athletes visa for her.

All together he covered about a dozen live events as a correspondent from February of 02' thru the following year, 03'.

The first article he published in Boxing Digest was in the October 02' issue. The article was with Bernard Hopkins at ringside and the questions Sam asked him about up-coming fights, his career, etc...

Sam had about seven more articles published in Boxing Digest until they folded in 2010. The other articles were interviews with fighters, match-ups for up-coming fights and an article about Lennox Lewis at the time of his retirement. The last article he wrote for Boxing Digest was a profile of Jose' Torres when he passed away in 2009.

Sam is a member of the International Boxing Research Organization and has written several articles for their quarterly publication along with participating in the pound for pound weight class ratings for their website. IBRO also held their own Hall-of-Fame voting this year which he also participated in.

He wrote articles and stories for The Sweet Science website from early 04' until the spring of 05'. He was paid in advance by TSS to write 20 articles of my choice about anything regarding boxing from a historical point of view. He wrote biographies, stories about great fight trilogies, match-ups, etc... The Sweet Science had him do an interview with Sharmba Mitchell in 2004 before his second fight with Kostya Tszyu. That interview was also posted on Showtime's website.

Since he wrote his first article for Boxingtalk in February 02', he had articles about upcoming fights, interviews with boxers, trainers and promoters, along with covering boxing matches on TV and live events. published on several boxing websites including, Eastsideboxing,,, The Cyberboxingzone, and He also had articles and letters published in Boxing Digest and KO magazines.

Boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao will face fast-rising sensation Brandon Rios in Macau, China this weekend in what may become (or may have been) an historically-significant event.
Tonight, future hall-of-famer Juan Manuel Marquez 55-6-1 with 40 KO's and undefeated Timothy Bradley 30-0 with 12 KO's go to war in a highly-anticipated superfight for the WBO welterweight title.
Monday, 02 September 2013 23:33

Tommy 'The Duke' Morrison: Dead at 44

Tommy 'The Duke' Morrison 1969-2013
He's back! Former welterweight world champion Joshua Clottey 36-4 with 22 KO's has signed an exclusive promotional contract with Star Boxing of Long Island.
On June 29, top-flight middleweight Gennady Golovkin added another impressive knockout to his growing collection.
Wednesday, 24 July 2013 17:58

Emile Griffith: Boxing Great Dead at 75

Emile Griffith February 3, 1938 – July 23, 2013
WBA/IBO Middleweight Champion Gennady Golovkin scored an impressive knockout over Matthew "Mack the Knife" Macklin at 1:22 of round three.
Monday, 04 February 2013 16:32

Muhammad Ali | Death Fears Just a Rumor?

"Muhammad Ali could be dead in days ... he's in God's hands," according to his brother.
UPDATE: Golovkin wins via TKO in 7. More to come.

Former welterweight and middleweight world champion Carmen Basilio passed away early Wednesday morning, November 7, 2012 at the Rochester Memorial Hospital in Rochester, New York. The International Boxing Hall-of-Fame has announced its flag will be flown at half mass in honor of Basilio.

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