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Sunday, Dec. 14
Actor Ryan O'Neal says most of the stuff on his
website about a stellar Golden Gloves boxing career was
made up by Hollywood publicity people, but as a boxing
fan, he's the real deal.
The star of "Love Story," "Barry Lyndon," "Paper
Moon," and the TV series "Bones" joined us Dec. 14,
2014, to reminisce about the heyday of the Olympic
Auditorium, the Clay-Liston fight in Miami, sparring
with Norman Mailer and Joe Frazier, and why he didn't
pursue Tuesday Weld as a 19-year-old actor on the set of
"The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis."
This sensational interview is preceded by a lively
roundtable-style discussion of the Showtime and HBO
megashows (7 fights on the 2 competing networks) by
expert analysts Travis Hartman, Rizwaan Zahid and John
Sunday, Dec. 8
James Shelton The inimitable Christopher James Shelton joined us Dec. 7,
2014 to separate truth from mythology in the history of
the bare-knuckle boxing world, circa 1770s, and into the
early 20th century.
The world's most-meticulous boxing historian regales us
wtih talkes about the rules, the characters,the
brutality, and its butterfly effects .... including the
likely reason today's boxers don't have long hair.
The Christopher Shelton interview is preceded by a
postmortem by expert analysts Travis Hartman and John J.
Raspanti of Saturday's fights (Lemieux-Rosado
Sunday, Dec. 1
Mikey Garcia The
undefeated, two-division world champ joined us Sunday on The Ringside Boxing Show to discuss
his life and career, including his lawsuit against Top
Rank, his year-long layoff, and a Thanksgiving (dinner)