Has anyone read the recent Tunney bio by Jack Cavanaugh? If so, how does it compare to the one by John Jarrett from a couple of years ago? I recently listened to a radio interview with Cavanaugh, and I was kind of turned off by his failing to acknowledge that Tunney wrote his autobiography "A Man Must Fight" in the 1930's (Jack erroneously said there there were no books written on Tunney at the time he started writing his). By the way, Tunney's autobio is a superbly written book, which I highly recommend to everyone. A must read boxing autobio, along with "Roar of the Crowd," by James J. Corbett.