John J. Raspanti has loved boxing all his life. He began writing about the sport professionally 10 years ago. John joined Maxboxing in 2012 as lead writer, and soon after, editor. John is the co-author of "Intimate Warfare: The True Story of the Arturo Gatti and Micky Ward Boxing Trilogy", an Amazon bestseller. His second book "Blood on my Notebook: Dispatches from the world of Professional Boxing," is now available on amazon.com. You can also hear John weekly on The Ringside Boxing Show.
Amy Green has been covering boxing since 2004, and does double duty as a boxing publicist. Her lifelong interest in boxing began when she watched fights with her dad, then this turned into publicist duties, then writing. A native of SW Oklahoma, Amy enjoys the challenges of the sweet science on all levels, and always hopes to inform and entertain with her articles.
Anthony Cocks is an Australian-based journalist of 20 years’ experience specialising on the local boxing scene. His work has been published in numerous print and online publications and he is a regular guest on radio, TV and podcasts. Anthony’s bi-weekly column on all things Aussie is one of the most popular articles on Max.
Bill Tibbs has been writing for 30 years. He started in the Canadian Pro Boxing scene and then moved to Maxboxing as a feature writer. Bill joined the Undisputed Champion Network for a few years before returning home to Maxboxing last year at the invitation of our editor John J. Raspanti. Bill cherishes the friendships he’s made over the years.
Daniel Smart has been covering boxing since 2009 in Australia and overseas. Having fought as an amateur in his younger years, Daniel understands and gives in-depth knowledge into the sport and its combatants. He looks forward to giving his readers perspectives from inside and outside the ring.
Believe it or not, Max Warren became a fight fan by initially playing the videogame series from EA Sports known as Fight Night. This sparked him to want to learn more about each one of the active fighters in the video game, and watch them fight in real life. Through soaking in the sport’s rich history and watching live fights, Max knew that boxing was something that he could never let go of.
Allan Cerf has been part of the Maxboxing family for four years. He works in advertising and is also signed to the Zero-G label in Britain as a sample artist. Allan Lived for years in the Bay Area but recently moved into his lovely home in Washington state. Allan has loved boxing since before The Rumble in the Jungle!
Jason Gonzalez is New York born and bred. He’s been writing about boxing for 14 years. Jason is often referred to as "Jay Gon" in the industry. Gonzalez is also a connoisseur of old school hip hop music. Gonzalez is extremely fond of animals. In the past "Jay Gon" has expressed interest in owning a tiger. Help his dream become a reality: click his links.
Vikram Birring began wriiting for Doghouseboxing in 2006 - covering local shows. Before long he was penning articles on fights in Chicago, New York and Las Vegas. His love for the sport motivated him to train for the Golden Gloves. This experience gives him a totally different respect for and perspective on the sweet science. Residing in Houston, Vikram loves to travel the world and write about it at TravelwithVik.com.
Nicholas Phillipowsky has a deep-rooted love for boxing. Some of his earliest memories are watching the sport with his dad. Boxing not only captured his attention but cultivated his relationship with his father. Nicholas was inspired by Oscar De La Hoya’s Olympic gold-winning performance. A proud Marine, Nicholas feels that boxing isn’t only something he writes about, but it’s part of who he is.