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Dirrell Since handing
Arthur Abraham the first loss of his career in March of 2010,
Andre Dirrell has fought just three times.
'The Matrix' joined us Sunday to talk
about his new push toward a world title bout, which began Aug. 1
with a sharp performance against Vladine Biosse in Washington.
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Sunday, Aug. 24 Christopher James
Shelton Yes, there
were prizefighters slugging it out when Jesus Christ walked the
earth ... and Jesus probably knew the name of the most-notable
fighter of that time. Only Christopher James Shelton, the
world's most eclectic boxing historian, could uncover that bit
of history. The official boxing historian of The Ringside Boxing
Show, will be the featured guest this Sunday, Aug. 24.
Sunday, Aug. 10 Steve Vukosa Steve Vukosa was a promising East Coast heavyweight (8-0 record) more
than a decade ago when "life" interfered: He suffered a knee
injury, got married, had a family, and got the full-time job he
still has today -- he drives a bus for the City of Boston.
A dozen years later, Vukosa decided to give boxing another try
-- and, just two weekends ago, he knocked out former U.S.
Olympian and heavyweight contender Jason Estrada in his first
Now all he has to do is convince his wife and kids that reviving
his boxing dream (at age 37) is a good idea.
July 20, 2014 Paul Thorn The troubadour
whose songbook includes "It's a Great Day For Me To Whup
Somebody's Ass" is a former professional boxer whose record
(10-3-1, 6 KOs) included a six-round technical-decision loss to
Roberto Duran -- a fight memorialized in another song, "I'd
Rather Be A Hammer Than a Nail."
The talented singer/songwriter from
Tupelo, Mississippi joined us July 20 to discuss his life, his
music, and the fact that he drew blood from one of the greatest
fighters in boxing history.
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