Paul Magno (Editor in Chief)
Paul has served as a licensed official in the state of Michoacan, Mexico and has worked with Mexican stars such as Ruben Olivares and Lupe Pintor. His work can currently be found on The Boxing Tribune, FOX Sports, and Yahoo. In the past, Paul has done work for Inside Fights, The Queensberry Rules, East Side Boxing, Fighthype and Bleacher Report. You can contact Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tim Harrison (Assistant Editor)
Tim has been covering Boxing since 2009, writing for Fighthype.com and OfficialScorecard.com along the way. You can email Tim at email@example.com, or find him on Facebook or on Twitter at twitter.com/TheTimHarrison.
Danny Howard has been all over the place, writing for FightHype, the Yahoo Contributor Network and the Examiner. He also became a legend in his own mind by writing “And Stay Down! Boxing’s Worst Comebacks, which you can either buy on Amazon or email him for a free copy. Howard can be found on Facebook or Twitter @dbbox625 or let him have it directly at Daniel.Howard6@att.net
Ted Sares is one of the world’s oldest active power lifters and holds several records. He enjoys writing about boxing and is a member of Ring 4’s Boxing Hall of Fame.
A life-long Long Islander, Jim is one of The Boxing Tribune’s original members and a forum moderator. Involved in the sport for over 30 years, he’s been a competitive amateur, fight collector, and has been involved in computer boxing simulations. After a short lived comeback at the age of 40, he hung up the gloves and started writing for The Boxing Tribune. He’s also a devout Yankee fan and Monster energy drink addict. He can be reached via twitter, http://twitter.com/_
Amy Green is a contributing writer from SW Oklahoma. Learning the love of boxing from her father, it is Amy’s intent to inform readers, as well as entertain them, with a variety of articles and interviews about the boxing world. Her motto for life is “Well Behaved Women Rarely Make History”. You can also Follow Amy on Twitter, @amygreenPR.
Caryn A. Tate
Caryn is a professional writer, and has written and published everything from ongoing comic books and graphic novels to sports writing, from novels to children’s books. Getting to the truth of a story or a situation is what drives her work.
Jesse Ian Lardies
Jesse was born in Manhattan, New York and was raised on a healthy diet of Mike Tyson (both on T.V. and in Punch-Out form), pizza and 80’s professional wrestling. … After traveling the world, Jesse relocated to Orlando, Florida and spent many years studying martial arts and playing music in various bands then eventually graduated from the Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Academy. Jesse Lardies can be reached on facebook or through his email, ChenZen99@gmail.com
Alan has written and edited for some of the most popular publications in sports – Goal.com, 90 Minutes magazine, Bleacher Report, Here Is The City and BT Sport. As a born and bred Londoner, Alan is well poised to cover the European fight scene for The Boxing Tribune. He is a familiar presence in the city’s biggest gyms and even competes on unlicensed shows in the East End. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Matt has a Master’s degree in International Security and he thinks the United Nations would benefit from adopting the Queensberry Rules. He is a native Missourian (and proud), but chooses to live in the Rocky Mountains. He is the 2015 Hatch, NM and 2016 Pueblo, CO jalapeno-eating champion, and he’s willing to defend his belts anytime, anywhere, but it must be at a catch weight. He can be reached via email at email@example.com.
Peter Silkov resides in London, England and became hooked on boxing after seeing Muhammad Ali fight in the mid 70s. Over the years Peter has built up a large collection of boxing memorabilia, including magazines, books and fight films. As well as following the current scene he is fascinated with boxing history and the fighters of the past. Peter has worked as a journalist on a local newspaper, where he covered stories about missing cats and dogs, but also a number of local boxing shows. Unfortunately there were more missing pets than boxing shows and Peter found himself running for the concrete hills, where he spent some time selling books and contemplating the sky. Now he is back writing about boxing and aiming to bring the best of the present and the past to his readers. Peter can be reached via Facebook, or email at Petersilkov@yahoo.com
Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Phil Rivera is a Marine Corp Veteran and an FDNY Firefighter. He’s contributed to Yahoo, ReviewFix and East Side Boxing. In between fighting fires and interviewing fighters he’s on diaper duty and at the mercy of his newborn son Noah, who frequently requests a fresh diaper to poop in. In the 1930’s his great grandfather Alfredo Clemente was a lightweight champion in Puerto Rico, so growing up a boxing fan came natural to him. Besides his wife Victoria and Boxing, he also loves College Football, The New York Giants, Yankees and Rangers. You can reach Phil on facebook or email him at Phil.Rivera30@yahoo.com.
Other Contributing Writers (Bios Pending):
Charles R. Horgan