Welcoming Large From No Mas to The Sporting Blog

By Chris Mottram

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The hits just keep on coming.

After announcing on Monday that EDSBS' Orson Swindle is joining The Sporting Blog, I'm very pleased to officially inform the masses that Large from No Mas is our newest Sporting Blog contributor.

Large (known as Dave Larzelere to the government) will show up in this space on pretty much a daily basis. I believe my instructions to him were something along the lines of, "Just post whatever the hell you want, man."

Really though, what you can expect from Large will be stuff similar to what he's known for at No Mas (which he will continue to write for): Outstanding writing, usually done so through his unique historical perspective. And yes, there will be some boxing, but not in a boring way. More so in a "I didn't know I dug this sport" way.

Large will make his debut on The Sporting Blog next Wednesday the 26th.

And yes, there is yet another announcement to come. Hang onto your panties, boys and girls.

Previously: Welcoming Orson Swindle to The Sporting Blog↵

This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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