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Mosley-Mayorga:
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Robert Ecksel
Mexican Street Fight
 
Thomas Gerbasi
Santa Cruz wants
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Victor Salazar
Freddie Roach:
Bring on Golovkin;
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For Mayweather,
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Saturday Aug. 29

Mosley-Mayorga promotion: Everything that's wrong with boxing [Andreas Hale]

Video: Shane Mosley reacts to WBC allegations [Ryan Burton]

Weights: Mosley 159.6, Mayorga 165.4 [Boxing Clever]

Trainer insists Mosley comeback is real, predicts KO [Andreas Hale]

Saving Jermain Taylor from himself [Ted Sares]

Victor Ortiz faces assault charges for alleged concert brawl [TMZ]

Boxing' future is bright beyond Mayweather and Pacquiao [Eric Armit]

For Mayweather, control has always been the goal [Andrea Hale]

Photos: Berto in beast mode; vows Mayweather upset [Boxing Scene]

Video: Andre Berto open workout in California [Boxing Scene]

Mayweather-Berto: Bayless to ref; judges named [Wel Esco]

Video: Mayweather on critics, Arum, Berto [Bad Left Hook]

Video: Andre Berto training for Mayweather [John Dennen]

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Mares-Santa Cruz: Mexican Streetfight [Robert Ecksel]

Weights: Mares 125.4, Santa Cruz 124.8 [Jake Donovan]

Santa Cruz, Mares vow to make L.A. proud [Kevin Iole]

Santa Cruz wants convincing win so there's no rematch [Thomas Gerbasi]

Video: Santa Cruz warns Mares: I never give up [John Dennen]

Video: Mares: I'm the one with the experience [Uli Martinez]

Video: Santa Cruz on fighting Rigondeaux [John Dennen]

Miguel Cotto's top 10 stoppage victories [George Gigney]

Cotto aims to beat Canelo, win over fans [David Robinett]

Andre Ward looms closer to Cotto-Canelo winner [Luke Furman]

Roach: Bring on Golovkin; he's nothing special [Victor Salazar]

Tarver: Shannon Briggs' run of fights is laughable [Edward Chaykovsky]

Broner-Allakhverdiev title fight heading to Cincinnati [Jake Donovan]

Broner: Huge deal to be 4-division champ at 26 [John Dennen]

Donaire opens camp for Quigg next week [Ronnie Nathanielsz]

Darlys Perez-Anthony Crolla rematch set Nov. 21 [RingTV]

McGuigan: Josh Taylor will be Scotland's next superstar [John Dennen]

Stiverne-Ortiz unlikely; Don King refuses to sign on [Steve Kim]

Magdaleno: Title was basically given to Flanagan [Jake Donovan]

Maureen Shea battles Mexico's Avila for IBF title [David A. Avila]



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Friday, Aug. 28
Dawejko lights up Visina in Vegas [Jake Donovan]
Macklin crushes Herrmann in less than 2 minutes [Ciaran Gallagher]

Thursday, Aug. 27
Bekman Soylybaev storms to sixth pro victory [Random Hits]
Results from Oceanside [Francisco Salazar]

Tuesday, Aug. 25
Results from Brooklyn [Karl Freitag]

Sunday, Aug. 23
Valera defeats Kashtanov [Robert Ecksel]
Valera wins WBA interim light heavyweight belt [FightNews]
Jimenez pulls off upset over Morales [Francisco Salazar]

Saturday, Aug. 22
Ruiz finishes Rubio; Zendejas shocked [FightNews]
Mairis Briedis stops Manuel Charr in 5 [Jim Dower]
Saguilan barely edges Corley; Roman by KO [Jake Donovan]
Results from Nevada: Pasillas batters Tapia [Jake Donovan]

Quigley scores second-round TKO [Gary Williams]

Friday, Aug. 21
Perez stops Medina; Jimenez upsets Morales in thriller [Jake Donovan]
Early results from Corona, Calif. [Francisco Salazar]


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Friday, Aug. 28

Mosley-Mayorga promotion: Everything that's wrong with boxing [Andreas Hale]

Video: Shane Mosley reacts to WBC allegations [Ryan Burton]

Weights: Mosley 159.6, Mayorga 165.4 [Boxing Clever]

Trainer insists Mosley comeback is real, predicts KO [Andreas Hale]

Saving Jermain Taylor from himself [Ted Sares]

Victor Ortiz faces assault charges for alleged concert brawl [TMZ]

Boxing' future is bright beyond Mayweather and Pacquiao [Eric Armit]

For Mayweather, control has always been the goal [Andrea Hale]

Photos: Berto in beast mode; vows Mayweather upset [Boxing Scene]

Video: Andre Berto open workout in California [Boxing Scene]

Mayweather-Berto: Bayless to ref; judges named [Wel Esco]

Video: Mayweather on critics, Arum, Berto [Bad Left Hook]

Video: Andre Berto training for Mayweather [John Dennen]

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Mares-Santa Cruz: Mexican Streetfight [Robert Ecksel]

Weights: Mares 125.4, Santa Cruz 124.8 [Jake Donovan]

Santa Cruz, Mares vow to make L.A. proud [Kevin Iole]

Santa Cruz wants convincing win so there's no rematch [Thomas Gerbasi]

Video: Santa Cruz warns Mares: I never give up [John Dennen]

Video: Mares: I'm the one with the experience [Uli Martinez]

Video: Santa Cruz on fighting Rigondeaux [John Dennen]

Miguel Cotto's top 10 stoppage victories [George Gigney]

Cotto aims to beat Canelo, win over fans [David Robinett]

Roach: Bring on Golovkin; he's nothing special [Victor Salazar]

Tarver: Shannon Briggs' run of fights is laughable [Edward Chaykovsky]

Broner-Allakhverdiev title fight heading to Cincinnati [Jake Donovan]

Broner: Huge deal to be 4-division champ at 26 [John Dennen]

Donaire opens camp for Quigg next week [Ronnie Nathanielsz]

Darlys Perez-Anthony Crolla rematch set Nov. 21 [RingTV]

McGuigan: Josh Taylor will be Scotland's next superstar [John Dennen]

Stiverne-Ortiz unlikely; Don King refuses to sign on [Steve Kim]

Magdaleno: Title was basically given to Flanagan [Jake Donovan]

Maureen Shea battles Mexico's Avila for IBF title [David A. Avila]


 

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Badou Jack
WBC world champ
Badou Jack sent a tremor through the boxing world when he spoiled Anthony Dirrell's unbeaten record and capture the WBC's version of the super middleweight crown last April.

On Sept. 12, "The Ripper" returns to defend his belt against British star George Groves, part of an MGM Grand event.

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Sunday, Aug. 23
Richard Steele
Hall of Fame ref

As an ordained minister, Richard Steele presided over the funerals of Eddie Futch and Diego Corrales.

He was a U.S. Marine Corps teammate of Ken Norton (and, like Norton, trined under Futch).

As a Hall of Fame referee, he officiated many of the greatest fights in boxing history, including Hagler-Hearns, Hagler-Leonard, Arguello-Pryor, and, of course, Julio Cesar Chavez vs. Meldrick Taylor (which Steele infamously stopped 2 seconds before the bell with Chavez - 68-0 -- losing on two scorecards.)

Our time with this International Boxing Hall of Famer was far too short, but Steele used every minute to regale us with a sensational peek into boxing's inner sanctum. Don't miss this remarkable conversation with a bona fide boxing legend.

The Richard Steele interview is preceded by insight from analysts Travis Hartman, Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti into Roy Jones Jr's new listing on the Ukraine's "Enemies of State" list, the 130,000 cigarettes Mayorga has smoked since the first Mosley fight, the sanity of betting on Lemieux (a 16-1 underdog) to beat Golovkin, and the epic carnage that could be Rios-Provodnikov.


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Anson Wainwright
British boxing scribe

Is British boxing going through a renaissance, or has the Internet simply made the world a smaller place for fight fans?

That's a question we posed on Sunday's Ringside Boxing Show to The Ring Magazine's Anson Wainwright, born and reared in the UK, where he finds himself covering Amir Khan, Kell Brook, Carl Frampton, the Fury cousins, Scott Quigg, Anthony Joshua, Billy Joe Saunders, James DeGale, Chris Eubank Jr., and, whether you realize it or not, a whole bunch of other top-drawer fighters. Was the talent pool in Jolly Old England this deep in 'Enry Cooper's day?

During a wide-ranging, 30-minute interview, Wainwright handicaps Tyson Fury's chances of pulling the upset over Wladimir Klitschko, speculates whether Khan and Brook would sell every seat at Wembley Stadium, considers who would have prevailed in a fight between Calzaghe and Froch (both in the ring, and in a dark alley after a few pints), and much more.

Prepare for an insightful education from a deep-thinking international boxing writer.

  Our interview with Anson Wainwright is preceded by a check on current events by two of our expert analysts. John J. Raspanti and Rizwaan Zahid, who, among other topics, try to explain why old fighters (Mosley, Mayorga, Tarver, Freitas, Briggs, Jones, Ruddock ... will Jake LaMotta be next?) just keep hanging on.

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Sunday, Aug. 9
William Dettloff
Ezzard Charles
 biographer
William Dettloff grew up just outside boxing-crazy Philly, dabbled as an amateur boxer (his goal was to become the next George Foreman), then discovered he was a better writer than fighter. He went on to become a senior writer for The Ring Magazine, a regular contributor to HBO.com and ESPN.com, and, most recently, the author of a terrific new biography on Ezzard Charles.

This conversation, like Dettloff's book, takes us back to a time of hardscrabble men in a rough, political, mobbed-up sport, and makes the case that Ezzard Charles was the best light heavyweight fighter of all time.

The William Dettloff interview is preceeded by a chat with Garcia Boxing trainer Max Garcia, and a check on current events by expert analysts Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti, who hash over Shane Mosley's divorce settlement, Mayweather's ridiculous "last fight" scam, and Danny Garcia's quest to win the public's love.

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Sunday, July 26
Jack Britton
A fighting Irishman
The first time American Jack Britton fought England's Ted "Kid" Lewis, chaos erupted in the first round. Britton's manager, "Dumb" Dan Morgan, noticed Lewis was wearing a mouthpiece -- legal in the UK, but not in the U.S. -- and raised hell.

 When a livid Lewis spat the mouthpiece onto the canvas to have his say, "Dumb" Dan scooped it up and flung it into the crowd. It was an auspicious beginning to what might have been the nastiest rivalry in boxing history. Britton and Lewis fought each other 20 times, and never got any friendlier.

Boxing historian extraordinaire Christopher James Shelton joined us on the July 26 edition of The Ringside Boxing Show to regale us with tales of Britton, one of the most-colorful boxers in an era full of colorful boxers.

Shelton's segment is preceded by triple-team expertise by John J. Raspanti, Rizwaan Zahid and Travis Hartman, who tell us who really won the Pascal-Gonzalez war, marvel at Kovalev's terrorization of the light heavyweight division, debate whether Mayweather is actually headed for the exit sign, and tell us whether a lucky Golovkin-Lemieux spectator is likely to catch a human head.

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Sunday, July 19
The Young Gun Heavyweights

Boxing fans already know about Deontay Wilder, the Fury cousins, and maybe Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker  -- unbeaten predators pursuing Wladimir Klitscko's throne as King of the Jungle. But, believe it or not, there are at least 20 formidable heavyweights out there who are still unbeaten ... and some have superstar potential.

Pod Index founder/WBA consultant Matt Podgorski and Bleacher Report boxing writer Brian Mazique joined us Sunday for a mind-blowing seminar on the up-and-comers of boxing's glamour division -- guys like Erkan Teper, Lucas Browne, Gary Cornish and (pay attention now) Jarrell Miller.

 

This fascinating and educational segment is preceded by our expert analysts, Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti, who talk up the little guys -- Frampton, Mares, Santa Cruz, Quigg and Donaire, among others, chew the fat about the chubster known as Chavez Jr., cast a suspicious eye upon those Mayweather-Berto rumors, and back away from any predictions if Floyd ever steps into an octogon with Ronda Rousey.

 

 

 

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Sunday, June 21
Tony 'TNT' Tucker
64 days on top of the world
  

Tony 'TNT' Tucker battled Mike Tyson, Lennox Lewis, Buster Douglas, and cocaine during a remarkable and mercurial life.

 

Tucker tells his whole stunning story in a new autobiography, "Fight the Good Fight: How to Get Back Up When Life Knocks You Down," and gives us a riveting preview on this edition of The Ringside Boxing Show.

 

Don't miss this candid interview with a colorful heavyweight from the not-so-distant past.

 

The Tony Tucker interview is preceeded by a conversation with trainer Max Garcia about "Sugar" Shane Mosley (training for a comeback fight), the potential of much-ballyhood Gilberto Ramirez ("a future superstar," Max says), and the expectations for Garcia Boxing's middleweight prospect, Paul Mendez (unbeaten in four years), who fights a hometown bout on Friday in Salinas, California.

 

And expert analyst John J. Raspanti leads off with his report from ringside at the Oracle Arena, where Andre Ward made his triumphant return on Saturday with a ninth-round TKO of British super middleweight Paul Smith.

 
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Hall of Famer
Carlos Palomino

Carlos Palomino dreamed of playing second base for the Dodgers, learned to box in the army, and had his first amateur fight -- an "away game" -- at Chino State Prison.

   The welterweight legend joined us for his third appearance on The Ringside Boxing Show to talk about an occupation he never really liked all that much.

 But thanks to boxing, he not only gets into Hall of Fame parties free, he also gets to sit at one of the best tables.

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Sunday, April 13
'El Gato'
Rodolfo Gonzalez

 Rodolfo Gonzalez was a bullfighter at age 11, turned pro at 13, and went 51-0

-- almost all KOs -- at the beginning of his career.

 

 He was ravaged by liver cancer at age 18 -- doctors gave him eight months to live -- but 13 years later, "El Gato" won a world championship belt. It's been a remarkable journey, and he collected stories every step of the way.

 

Listen closely to this remarkable interview, because it might contain a bona fide miracle.

 

The interview with Gonzalez is preceded by a postmortem of the weekend boxing results (Quillin-Lee and Garcia-Peterson) by expert analysts Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti, plus an update from trainer Max Garcia, whose middleweight, Paul Mendez, returns to the ring Saturday.


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Sunday, March 22
Michael Buffer

As a kid growing up in a "Leave It To Beaver" suburb of Philaelphia, Michael Buffer dreamed of pitching for the Phillies, but that plan didn't quite work out. Instead, at the age of 38, he started on a path that eventually will lead to the International Boxing Hall of Fame as the ring announcer who changed the way fans rev up for a main event.

 

We spoke in-depth with the man who coined (and patented) "Let's get ready to rumble!" on Sunday, March 22, a conversation that includes some great stories about Buffer's life and career.

 

The Michael Buffer interview is preceded by expert analysis from Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti, who revisit Pascal vs. Kovalev (where Riz sat ringside), call out Freddie Roach, psychoanalyze the Mayweathers, and more.

 

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