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The '''Boxing Writers Association''' was founded in 1925.<br>
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The '''Boxing Writers Association of America''' is a natural outgrowth of an organization born in February 1926 in a midtown Manhattan hotel and christened the [[Boxing Writers' Association of New York|Boxing Writers Association of Greater New York]]. The group was formed to improve conditions at boxing shows for New York writers and their colleagues and, in a general sense, to enhance the sport as a whole.<br>
(It is to be distinquished from the [[Boxing Writers Association of New York]].)
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==Boxing Writers Association of America Awards==
 
==Boxing Writers Association of America Awards==
 
*[[Boxing Writers Association of America Excellence in Broadcasting Journalism Award]]
 
*[[Boxing Writers Association of America Excellence in Broadcasting Journalism Award]]
*[[Boxing Writers Association of America Fighter of the Year]] (also known as the [[Edward J. Neil Trophy]])
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*[[Boxing Writers Association of America Fighter of the Year]]
 
*[[Boxing Writers Association of America Fight of the Year]]
 
*[[Boxing Writers Association of America Fight of the Year]]
 
*[[Boxing Writers Association of America Manager of the Year]]
 
*[[Boxing Writers Association of America Manager of the Year]]

Revision as of 06:19, 6 February 2010

The Boxing Writers Association of America is a natural outgrowth of an organization born in February 1926 in a midtown Manhattan hotel and christened the Boxing Writers Association of Greater New York. The group was formed to improve conditions at boxing shows for New York writers and their colleagues and, in a general sense, to enhance the sport as a whole.

Boxing Writers Association of America Awards


External Link

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