George E. Kimball III (December 20, 1943 – July 6, 2011) was born in Grass Valley, California. He is an American author and journalist who spent 25 years as a sports columnist for the Boston Herald before ‘retiring’ in 2005. Considered one of the foremost boxing writers of his era, he authored Four Kings: Leonard, Hagler, Hearns, Duran, and the Last Great Era of Boxing (2008) and Manly Art: They can run — but they can’t hide (2011). In collaboration with John Schulian, he edited two anthologies, At The Fights: American Writers on Boxing (2011) and The Fighter Still Remains: A Celebration of Boxing in Poetry and Song from Ali to Zevon (2010). Starting in 1997 he wrote the weekly America at Large column for The Irish Times in Dublin, Ireland, and contributed to a number of boxing websites. He lived in New York City. (, 2011)

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