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Thursday, November 24, 2005
I have just started up as the editor of the Combat Sports News page on King of the Cage web site at: http://kingofthecage.com/combat_sports.html . We hope to have this page regularly updated with press releases, results, and news from the various disciplines in the combat sports. We will have five categories: MMA and NHB, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Grappling, Boxing, Wrestling, and Kickboxing, Karate, Sumo, etc. Stay tuned for more announcements to come.
A brief bio of me is also there, which reads:
Eddie Goldman is the most sought-after and well-rounded journalist in the combat sports. He has been an editor and writer for BoxingRanks.com, MaxBoxing.com, Bodyguard Magazine, the ADCC News Page, Penthouse, the Extreme Fighting web site, Grappling, Inside Kung Fu, Gracie Magazine, Wrestling International Newsmagazine, Full Contact Fighter, Roundcardgirlz.com, and numerous other publications and web sites. He was narrator in the film “The Smashing Machine”. He was host of the daily sports talk show “No Holds Barred” on eYada.com, host and producer of “Knockout Radio” on MaxBoxing.com, and co-host and co-producer of “Light Show” on WBAI-FM. He was color commentator and analyst for IFC mixed martial arts and USKBA kickboxing TV broadcasts and videos. He is music editor of NYCBP.com. He is a member of the Boxing Writers Association of America, National Wrestling Media Association, and National Writers Union.
Grappling Magazine was voted 2002 Wrestling Publication of the Year by the National Wrestling Media Association. He was vice-president of the National Wrestling Media Association, 2003-5. He was voted 2000 Journalist of the Year by the readers of Grapplersworld.com. He won third place for Boxing Event Coverage in Boxing Writers Association of America’s 2003 Barney Awards for excellence in boxing journalism.
He wrestled in high school, graduated Columbia with a history major and philosophy minor, and did graduate work in magazine publishing at NYU. He lives in Manhattan.