I need help creating a thesis and an outline on Bert Randolph Sugar in Michigan of 1961. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide. An abstract is required. They would have definitely remembered the name of that graduate if they had known that this boy would become a new chapter in the history of sports journalism. Nevertheless, the university and his teachers are proud of him because today world knows him with the title of “The Greatest Boxing writer of the 20th century.” Born on June 7, 1936, in Washington D.C., Bert Randolph Sugar is without any doubts a great icon in the history of sports journalism. Very few people have been able to attain the levels of success and popularity similar to that of Bert Randolph Sugar. In fact, it is not only him who is famous but also his cigar and fedora is equally famous and is a trademark under his name.
His activeness and interest in sports and became evident to his teacher when he founded the first Rugby Football club of the University of Michigan. After graduating from the college, it was some moment of madness in which he decided that he wants to work for an advertising agency. Thank god, that he took a U-turn from his decision within seven to eight years and decided to pursue his career for what he had a natural gift. editing, writing and looking after sports magazines. He worked for “Boxing Illustrated” and “The Ring” (Sugar, pp. 52-59, 2005). However, what is more, important is his writing career. He has written more than 80 books mostly on boxing and baseball.
Moreover, his books are some great masterpieces of the boxing and baseball history. He lives in New York these days and is still working on many books. Moreover, he is also available for TV commercials, Cameo appearances, new product launch campaigns, spokesperson campaigns, corporate events and endorsement campaigns and others. He has appeared in a few films as well. In addition, he is a common sight at ESPN offering his expert insightful analysis on various sports .developments. The rest of this paper discusses the contribution of Bert Randolph sugar as a sports journalist and its impacts.