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Inside the Violent and Misogynistic World of Roy Den Hollander

Police outside the home of the federal judge, Esther Salas, in North Brunswick, N.J., early on Monday, July 20, 2020. (Yana Paskova/The New York Times)
Police outside the home of the federal judge, Esther Salas, in North Brunswick, N.J., early on Monday, July 20, 2020. (Yana Paskova/The New York Times)

Roy Den Hollander sounded bitter and angry when he bumped into a former rugby teammate in December at a library in Manhattan. He said he was so sick from a rare cancer that he could die at any moment, wondering aloud if he should sue his doctor for malpractice.

Things kept getting worse for Den Hollander, a self-described “anti-feminist” lawyer who was known for his misogynistic tirades and the dozens of lawsuits he filed, many frivolous. A Manhattan judge dismissed one of them in May, and a few weeks later, a federal judge in New Jersey named Esther Salas canceled a scheduled hearing in a different suit.

The delay followed years of resentment that he had harbored against Salas over his unfounded claim that she

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Mike Tyson to make boxing return in exhibition against Roy Jones Jr.

For the first time in over a decade, former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson will return to boxing.

According to Yahoo Sports’ Kevin Iole, Tyson, 54, will fight another former great Roy Jones Jr. in an eight-round exibition match on Sept. 12. The competition will take place at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, Ca., and feature undercards with boxers competing against mixed martial artists.

Tyson’s last official boxing match was on June 11, 2005. The loss to Kevin McBride was his third loss in four fights and marked the disappointing end to an otherwise illustrious career at 50-6-0 with 44 knockouts. Tyson has since found success in other avenues but rumors of his return began picking up once videos of recent sparring sessions started surfacing online.

Jones, 51, has traditionally competed in lighter weight classes than Tyson, but did win a title in his short time as a heavyweight. He’s

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