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Sunday, Oct. 19
Virgil Hunter The trainer whose stable includes Andre Ward, Alfredo
Angulo, and Amir Khan gave us a sensational and revealing
interview, discussing, Ward, Khan, Berto, Angulo, Golovkin,
Goossen and much more on The
Ringside Boxing Show.
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Sunday, Oct. 12
Shawn Porter Shawn
Porter's quest for
inclusion on boxng's Pound 4 Pound list hit a roadblock in
August when he lost a majority decision (and his IBF
welterweight crown) to British star Kell Brook.
We spoke with 'Showtime Shawn' about his life and career,
and the night he scored 6 TDs
in a high school football game.
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Sunday, Sept. 28
Bill Wingate The biological son of legendary and
enigmatic heavyweight champion Sonny Liston joined us Sunday,
Sept. 28, for an in-depth conversation about the myths and
realities surrounding the life and times of his famous and
Sunday, Sept. 7 Tino Avila Unbeaten super bantamweight Tino
Avila (16-0, 7 KOs) says his mom and sisters bake cakes
without mercy when he's cutting weight for a fight, but it's no
big deal. He's dedicated to his goal, which is becoming a world
champion someday very soon.
We spoke in-depth with the 22-year-old prospect about his life
and career on The Ringside Boxing Show.
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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