Sports Reporter, New York Times
National college sports enterprise reporter for The New York Times. Also boxing. And tennis. And NFL. And long form.
nytimes.com — SCHAUMBURG, Ill. - Fallon Fox climbed inside the steel cage, past the sign that read "The Beating Will Continue," and onto a black mat. She followed right jabs with left hooks and kicks flung at imaginary kneecaps, safe, if only for a moment, from the questions and insults and the suffocating fame that descended overnight.
nytimes.com — LAS VEGAS - After Floyd Mayweather Jr. dispatched another overmatched opponent Saturday in a bout less strenuous than many of his sparring sessions, the debate about his place in boxing history resumed. To the supporters who lined the walls at his postfight news conference, men with thick gold chains and women in the slimmest of dresses, there was nothing left to argue.
nytimes.com — LAS VEGAS - Floyd Mayweather Jr. 's latest boxing triumph followed a familiar pattern. For weeks, he toyed with Robert Guerrero, made him angry, made him jumpy, drew him right into the usual vortex of opponent overconfidence. Guerrero insisted, over and over, that Mayweather would not get to him.
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