Robert Brizel (boxing writer) (born February 1, 1963, Liberty, New York) is an American Educator in New York City, and an internet boxing writer and photographer, primarily covering boxing events in the Northeastern United States, in Atlantic City, New York City, and Newark, New Jersey.[1]


Brizel is also noted for his interviews of important boxing fighters, officials and other luminaries. A fine example of his ringside work is his interview with noted boxing historian Henry Hascup.[2]

$5M HSBC Bank Incident

Brizel inadvertently became famous in the New York Daily News on May 12, 2012. The newspaper ran his photo and story after HSBC Bank USA inadvertently sent him a letter he received on May 10, 2012, crediting his checking account for $5,022,012 for what had been a $150 debit card overcharge for a bed frame order he had cancelled after being charged. Brizel resolved the bank's accounting error shortly thereafter.[3]


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