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WBC proposes
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Hearn to Loeffler:
Eubank Jr. ready
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Atlas: McGregor needs
five years training
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Povetkin promoter:
WBC investigation
will take months
 
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Pacman skips Olympics for politics
 
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Mosley targets Cotto,
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 or Marquez
 
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Cleverly top candidate
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Claressa Shields
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May 27, 1960:
When Las Vegas
became king

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Saturday, May 28
Pacman to skip Olympics, focus on politics [Kevin Iole]
WBC Prez lauds Pacquiao for resisting Olympic lure [Ronnie Nathanielsz]
WBC wants tournament to find Golovkin opponent [George Gigney]
Hearn to Golovkin promoter: Eubank Jr. ready right now [Carlos Boogs]
Eubank Jr: Golovkin slow, easy to hit; power can't beat me [Carlos Boogs]
Roach: Chavez Jr. could test Golovkin if in shape [Edward Chaykovsky]
Povektin's B-sample also positive for meldonium [Mitch Abramson]
Povetkin promoter: WBC probe will take months [Igor Lazorin]
Cleverly top candidate for Ward on July 30 [Scott Gilfoid]
Teddy Atlas: McGregor needs 5 years training for Mayweather [Edward Chaykovsky]
Joel Diaz: Bradley had no plan, looked lost and confused [Radio Rahim]
Jarrell Miller rips Joshua, Fury, Parker, Ortiz, Ruiz [Steve Kim]
Sergio Mora rematch likely for Danny Jacobs [Mitch Abramson]
Is David Price delusional? [John J. Raspanti]
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Top Rank rolls out international roster for June 11 [The Sweet Science]
Spence: Vargas must beat Brooks ass to win in UK [Carlos Boogs]
Casimero: I'll drop 'Chocolatito' like I dropped Ruenroeng [Ronnie Nathanielsz]
Deontay Wilder: Top five next opponents [George Gigney]
Grand night awaits Liverpool fans on Sunday [The Sweet Science]
Claressa Shields makes more history with second world title [Mitch Abramson]
Shields: Now I want to repeat the Olympics [John Dennen]
Video: Mosley spars cruiserweight Dimar Ortuz [Ryan Burton]
Mosley-Avanesyan winner to get WBA title shot? [Cliff Rold]
Mosley: I'm at the top of my game [Wil Esco]
Avanesyan's Coach: Mosley in decline; we'll take advantage [Carlos Boogs]
Warren slams Haye's recent win, Briggs fight [Boxing Scene]
Mickey Bey on Mayweather influence [George Gigney]
Whyte says Chisora punked out, backed down [Edward Chaykovsky]
After 12 years, Michele Di Rocco gets his big chance [Anson Wainwright]
May 27, 1960: When Vegas Became King [Clarence George]
TV Boxing Schedule: May 27-29 [Scott Christ]



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Friday, March 27
Jarrell Miller demolishes Guivas; De La Torre struggles in win [Boxing Cever]
Claressa Shields makes more history with second world title [Mitch Abramson]
Amar tops Demchenko for Euro belt [Marco Bratusch]


Thursday, March 26
Results from Los Angeles [FightNews]
Damon Allen, Tanajara get KOs at Leonard benefit show [David A. Avila]
Nicola Adams earns spot in World finals [John Dennen]
Katie Taylor suffers shocking defeat at World Championships [John Dennen]

Tuesday, March 24
Casimero KOs Ruenroeng in rematch [Patrick L. Stumberg]
Curtis Clayton scores 10th-round KO [Dave Spencer]

Saturday, March 21
Weekly boxing results: Worldwide roundup [Eric Armit]
Showtime tripleheader results from Vegas [Rick Reeno]
Claressa Shields, Savannah Marshall advance at Worlds [John Dennen]
Haye wins mismatch in 2, moves on to Briggs [Scott Christ]
The Hayemaker makes hay of Arnold in London [The Sweet Science]
Denis Lebedev demolishes Victor Ramirez in 2, unifies belts [Alexey Sukachev]
Chagaev regains WBA belt, ordered to fight Oquendo [Patrick L. Stumberg]
Parker outworks Takam for unanimous decision [John J. Raspanti]
Joseph Parker survives gut check, outpoints Takam [Tom Gray]
Andrew Hernandez upsets Magomedov [Francisco Salazar]
Shannon Briggs crushes Zarate in 1, targets Haye [Elliot Foster]
Markham wins English title; Fornier, Webb win [Elliot Foster]
Kudryashov, Rakhim, Chakhkiev victorious [Alexey Sukachev]
Beltran halts Najera in 2; Saucedo wins [Cliff Rold]


 
 

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Sunday, May 22
Kermit Cintron
Former IBF
welterweight champ

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Sunday, May 15
Ivan Robinson
Arturo Gatti's
other great nemesis
Ivan Robinson was the only man to beat Arturo Gatti twice, and his first encounter with "The Human Highlight Reel" was The Ring magazine's 1998 Fight of the Year -- and Upset of the Year (Gatti was a 4-1 betting favorite).

The Philadelphia legend had all the tools, but oddly only got one world title shot, a fight he lost to undefeated Phillip Holiday.

"Mighty Ivan" joined us on the May 15 edition of The Ringside Boxing Show to talk about his life and career, which also included memorable collisions with Angel Manfredy, Julio Cesar Chavez, Antonio Diaz, Jessie James Leija, Israel Cardona and others.

Our in-depth interview with Ivan Robinson is preceded by expert analysts John J. Raspanti and Rizwaan Zahid, who analyze Tyson Fury's latest screed, the dirty drug tests of Lucase Browne and Alexander Povetkin, Floyd Mayweather's flirtation with Conor McGregor, and other topics.

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Sunday, May 8
Melissa McMorrow
WBO and WBIF
flyweight champion


Her mother didn't think girls should participate in sports at all, but that plan didn't fly with Melissa McMorrow. She became an Division III All-America soccer star at Carnegie-Mellon University -- one of the nation's best academic schools -- then, entirely by chance, she became a boxer.


McMorrow did pretty well at that, too, beating Suzi Kentikian (29-0) for the WBO ad WIBF flyweight belts in 2012. She still holds the WBC crown four years later.

This lively conversation with "Mighty" Melissa is preceded by a postmortem of Canelo-Khan, and a look ahead to Canelo-Golovkin, by expert analysts Travis Hartman, Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti.

 

 

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Sunday, May 1
Tony Lopez
Eyeball of
'The Tiger'

  His 1988 world title victory over IBF super featheweight champion Rocky Lockridge was so explosive that The Ring Magazine called it "Fight of the Year," and Tony "The Tiger" Lopez was only beginning a memorable stint as one of the top boxers of his era.

 

 Over the next few years, Lopez would engage in memorable bouts with Julio Cesar Chavez, John John Molina, Greg Haugen, Joey Gamache and numerous others.

 

 He continues to lead a colorful life in his hometown of Sacramento, California, as the proprietor of Celebrity Bail Bonds.

 

 Enjoy this memorable in-depth interview with a terrific three-time, two-division world champion.

 

This classic interview with Tony "The Tiger" Lopez is preceeded by a breakdown of the weekend action by Travis Hartman, Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti, who review Badou Jack's strange draw with Lucian Bute, James DeGale's survival of Rogelio Medina, Andre Berto's KO of Victor Ortiz, and more.

 

 

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Sunday, April 24
A fighter
to remember
 Paul Pender ranks among the must underappreciated world boxing champions in history -- a man who, as a 4-1 underdog, took the linear middleweight crown from Sugar Ray Robinson, upset him again in the rematch, retired Carmen Basilio, won twice in a memorable trilogy with British icon Terry Downes, and went 15 rounds with then-undefeated Gene Fullmer ... with two broken hands.

His life and is chronicled in a new documentary, "Unforgotten: The Paul Pender Story," currently making the international film festival circuit.

Director Felice Leeds and producer Bennett Leeds -- a husband and wife team -- joined us on the April 24 edition of The Ringside Boxing Show to discuss their film, which not only tells the story of Paul Pender's remarkable boxing career, but also delves poignantly into Chronic Traumatic Encepalopathy, the debilitating brain disease that stole his brilliant mind and eventually took his life.

 

This remarkable conversation also enlightens us about CTE sufferers in football, hockey, soccer, and any other sport in which head blows are commonplace.

 

The "Unforgotten" interview is preceded by an eclectic round table featuring Travis Hartman, Rizwaan Zahid, and John J. Raspanti, who try to explore the perplexing mind and psyche of the professional boxer, and tell us who really wants to fight Gennady Golovkin.


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Sunday, April 10
Big George Foreman
The Man from
Mt. Olympus

 The sixth-greatest heavyweight in boxing history (Ring Magazine), George Foreman, joined us Sunday for a spectacular retrospective on a big, amazing life.

  Foreman told us what it was like to face machine guns at a Venezuelan airport when he tried to leave after the Norton fight ... reading to Sonny Liston ... the lightning combination Ali used to put him down in Zaire ... knocking out undefeated world champions Joe Frazier and Michael Moorer 21 years apart .. what it was like to watch his daughter box ... the come-to-Jesus moment that turned him from puncher to preacher after the Jimmy Young loss ... and (believe it or not) much, much more.

This was a pretty special conversation with a member of boxing's Mount Olympus.

The George Foreman interview is preceded by a thorough breakdown of the Pacquiao-Bradley weekend by expert analysts Travis Hartman, Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti.

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Sunday, March 27
Joe Cortez
The fights of our lives
from 3 feet away
  As kids, walking home through the vicious, gang-infested streets of Spanish Harlem, Joe Cortez and his brother, Mike, would dangle their boxing gloves outside their gym bags. The result, he says, is that nobody messed with them, even though Cortez won his first Golden Gloves titles as a flyweight.

The Hall of Fame referee joined us for his second appearance on The Ringside Boxing Show to tell Easter Sunday stories about the biggest fights of multiple eras -- Whitaker-Chavez, Holyfield-Bowe, Mosley-De La Hoya, Duran-Barkley, Barrera-Hamed -- all of which he officiated.

This is a sensational stroll through a big piece of boxing history, with Cortez as guide, telling you how it all looked from three feet away.

Our Joe Cortez interview is preceded by a thorough unpacking of the Ward-Barrera and JoJo Diaz-Jayson Velez fights, and a look at what lies ahead for the winners, by John J. Raspanti, Travis Hartman and Rizwaan Zahid.

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Sunday, March 20
Doc Holliday
&Wyatt Earp
Boxing in the
Wild, Wild West
  The world's most-unique boxing historian, Christopher James Shelton, paints a fascinating factual portrait of the boxing history of Tombstone, Arizona and the Wild West, where Wyatt Earp, Doc Holiday, and a future sportswriter named Bat Masterson were slinging guns, straddling both sides of the law, and ushering the Sweet Science through the 1880s and '90s.

The Wild West boxing history segment is preceded by our expert analysts, Travis Hartman, Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti, who take a peek into the strange minds of Adrien Broner, Shannon Briggs, Mike Alvarado and Kelly Pavlik, applaud the comeback of fighter-turned-trainer Paul "The Punisher" Williams, and tell us whether Teddy Atlas will be a difference-maker in Pacquiao Bradley, among other topics.

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Sunday, March 13
Jessie Vargas
All about family,
all about fans
  Jessie Vargas throws a football left-handed, throws a baseball right-handed, writes righty, bats southpaw ... and he can pound your face with either hand, as previously undefeated Sadam Ali discovered March 5.

The freshly minted WBO welterweight king joined us March 13 to talk about his scintillating ninth-round TKO win, his plans to finish Timothy Bradley in four rounds of a rematch, the rumor that his next foe could be Mexican legend Juan Manuel Marquez, school days, family, and fatherhood.

Preceding our Jessie Vargas interview is a conversation with Chicago heavyweight Mike Mollo, who took a break from climbing water towers (his real-life job), flew to Poland, and obliterated Krysztov Zimnoch in less than a round.

And we lead off with triple-barrel analysis from Travis Hartman, Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti of Ward-Sullivan, Khan-Canelo, Berto-Ortiz, Provodnikov-Molina, Cotto-Kirkland, and Wilder-Povetkin. And that's only the beginning.

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Sunday, March 6
Joseph Diaz Jr.
Young (23)
Undefeated (19-0)
Superstar in progress

 The story of Joseph Diaz Jr's first week in a boxing gym is one of the most-remarkable father/son stories you'll ever  hear, and he told it in colorful detail on the March 6 edition of The Ringside Boxing Show.

 The undefeated 23-year-old, who makes his HBO debut March 26 against Jayson Velez (co-feature of the Andre Ward-Sullivan Barrera show) gave us one of the most-poignant and intelligent interviews we've ever had on the show, covering a wide range of topics.

  A conversation guaranteed to make you a JoJo Diaz fan.

  The JoJo Diaz interview is preceded by a high-spirited segment featuring expert analysts Travis Hartman and John J. Respanti, during which we decide whether Luis Ortiz is (as Max Kellerman believes) "possibly the best heavyweight in the world today" ... and break down Jessie Vargas' impressive TKO of Sadam Ali ... and pass harsh judgment on Antonio Margarito's (hopefully plaster-free) return to boxing.


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Sunday, Feb. 28
Abel Sanchez
& Max Garcia
Trainers talk
 psychology

Veteran boxing trainers Abel Sanchez and Max Garcia joined us on the Sept. 28 edition to explain how they try to get a boxer's head screwed on properly before a fight.

 We ask them whether great fighters feel fear, why some glare into their opponent's eyes while others avert their gaze, where the line falls between confidence and overconfidence, whether smack talk is effective, how sparring partners are selected, why some boxers get cold feet when the spotlight gets bright ... and much more.

This remarkable conversation with two outstanding corner men is an education for even hardcore boxing fans.

Our conversation with Abel Sanchez and Max Garcia is preceded by analysis by John J. Raspanti and Travis Hartman of the weekend's big fighters --  Frampton-Quigg, Santa Cruz-Kiko, Crawford-Lundy -- plus opinions about the movement to make pro fighters eligible to compete in the Olympics.


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Sunday, Feb. 21
Bob Foster
Hall of Famer
We had trouble connecting with our scheduled guests on Sunday, which gave us an opportunity to replay a classic interview we did in 2011 with the late, great light heavyweight legend, Bob Foster.

This one ranks among our all-time best -- colorful, informative and historic. Enjoy.  

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Sunday, Feb. 14
Thomas Hauser
Pulitzer nominee,
prolific author,
boxing writer
Pulitzer nominee Thomas Hauser, one of boxing's most-revered journalists, recently penned a five-part series for RingTV.com describing the remarkable dysfunction within the New York State Athletic Commission, and the inefficiencies that may have contributed to the Magomed Abdusalamov tragedy two years ago at Madison Square Garden.

   The prolific scribe, author of more than two-dozen boxing books (including Muhammad Ali's definitive biography) joined us Feb. 14, 2016, to discuss what an investigation by New York's Inspector General has uncovered so far.

Our in-depth interview with Thomas Hauser is preceded by a conversation with expert analysts Travis Hartman, Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti, who unpack Khan vs. Canelo, Cotto vs. Marquez, Lomachenko vs. Walters, and Roy Jones Jr. vs. some "lucky" boxing fan.

A sensational hour, front to back.

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Sunday, Jan. 31
Steve Cunningham
Ex-cruiserweight
champion, superdad,
philanthropist
Steve Cunningham says he's finished with his heavyweight experiment after three years and eight fights, and is refocused on winning his third world title at cruiserweight.

The former IBF king never weighed more than 210 pounds for a fight -- and had to drink a gallon of milke before teh Tyson Fury weigh-in to get that heavy -- and feels his boxing artistry went unappreciated against the likes of Tomasz Adamek (split-decision loss), Vyacheslav Glazkov (unanimous-decision loss), and Antonio Tarver (split draw, after which "The Magic Man" tested dirty.)

Cunningham also discusses the emotions he felt while climbing back to his feet after the second knockdown against Amir Mansour after staring into the eyes of his wife and ailing daughter at ringside.

This candid and revealing interview is preceded by a review of the Pascal-Kovalev rematch, among other topics, by expert analysts Travis Hartman, John J. Raspanti, and Rizwaan Zahid, who was ringside in Montreal for the fight.
 

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Sunday, Jan. 24
Kenny Porter
Trainer, mentor,
father, MTV star
 
 In addition to raising the kind of kid any parent would be proud to claim -- as a single father -- Kenny Porter evolved into a world-class trainer whose main charge is that very same kid.
Porter joined us on The Ringside Boxing Show to talk about Shawn's March 12 WBA welterweight title bout against undefeated Keith Thurman, tell amazing tales about his son's best high school football games, and give us the inside story of that Pacquiao sparring misadventure a few years back.
We also spend a few minutes with Chicago heavyweight Mike Mollo, who has made some money pounding on Polish people -- Andrew Galota, Art Binkowski, and Artur Szpilka (twice) -- and is headed to Poland to fight undefeated Krysztof Zimnoch on Feb. 12.
The Mollo and Porter interviews are preceded by commentary from our expert analysts, Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti, who dissect Danny Garcia's win over Robert Guerrero, psychoanalyze their volatile trainer/dads, and discuss a Mexican columnist's claim that Julio Cesar Chavez Sr. has been laundering money for drug cartels.
A lively edition of The Ringside Boxing Show, front to back.
 

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Sunday, Jan. 17
Ed Mulholland
Photographer who shot the spectacular
Gatti-Ward trilogy

What was it like to sit at the ring apron for Gatti-Ward, Rios-Alvarado, or any number of other spectacular fights of this era?

 

 Renowned photographer Ed Mulholland has been close enough to get blood splattered on his beloved Rutgers baseball cap, which, thankfully, is already red.

 

The New Jersey shooter -- who has Gatti's bloody handwraps hanging from his basement wall -- joined us on the Jan. 17 edition of The Ringside Boxing Show to describe the electricity of a big-fight atmosphere as HBO's lead photographer for bouts involving the aforementioned gladiators, plus Mayweather-Pacquiao, Canelo-Cotto, and fights involving Bernard Hopkins, Felix Trinidad, Roy Jones Jr., Joe Calzaghe, Wladimir Klitschko and a zillion others.

 

Mulholland also tells us what it's like to be among the media masses at a Super Bowl, and take his camera onto the ice after the Stanley Cup Finals.

 

This is a sensational interview, packed with personal stories from one of the great boxing and MMA photographers of our time.

The Ed Mullholland interview is preceeded by our roundtable analysis from Travis Hartman, Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti of Deontay Wilder's frightening one-punch KO of Artur Szpilka, David Haye's first-round devastation over Mark De Mori, and the increasingly fascinating heavyweight division.


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Sunday, Jan. 10
Ref Randy Neumann
Trained at Gleason's;
fought 13 times
at the Garden

Before he became one of the best-known refs on the East Coast, New Jersey native Randy Neumann was a world-ranked heavyweight who fought Jerry Quarry, Jimmy Young, Duane Bobick, and Chuck Wepner three times. He trained at Gleason's Gym under the legendary Freddie Brown, and fought at The Garden 13 times.

As a ref, he's gotten the closest possible view of Pernell Whitaker, Roy Jones Jr., Mike Tyson, Evander Holyfield, Nigel Benn, and Miguel Cotto. The New Jersey native saw Sinatra's dad in the ring. And ... did Randy Neumann really posed for PlayGirl Magazine?

Our Randy Neumann interview is preceded by a roundtable discussion of Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s "racism in boxing" comments by our expert analysts, Travis Hartman, Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti.

They also discuss whether Golovkin might go to England to fight Billy Joe Saunders, break down the impending war between Robert Guerrero and Danny Garcia, and analyze Al Haymon's business plan, among other topics.

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Sunday, Dec. 6
Paul Thorn
Troubadour/boxer
  Paul Thorn has shared a stage with John Prine and Bonnie Raitt, and he shared an ambulance with Roberto Duran on the way to a hospital, where both were stitched up after a bloody fight when the celebrated singer-songwriter was a professional boxer.

We missed connections Sunday with our scheduled guest, which turned into an opportunity to replay one of the most-colorful interviews we've ever done on The Ringside Boxing Show.

Enjoy this lively conversation with the Tupelo, Mississippi performer whose songbook includes, "It's a great day for me to whup somebody's ass."

The Paul Thorn interview is preceded by an analysis of the 85-second Jacobs-Quillin fight by Travis Hartman, Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti, who also psychoanalyze Tyson Fury, and debate Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry's assessment that Fury has some vocal chops.
 

 

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Sunday, Nov. 8
Ray Mancini
Hall of Famer
  Ray Mancini  confesses to feeling unworthy of his June induction into the International Boxing Hall of Fame, an honor he achieved despite fighting only 5 1/2 years as a pro, during which he won the WBA lightweight championship.
 
But Mancini also managed to capture the attention of an entire nation of boxing fans while hoisting a very depresed Midwestern city on his shoulders in the process.
 
The legend known as "Boom Boom" joined us Sunday to reminisce about his remarkable life and career that took him from Youngstown, Ohio to the pinnacle of the sports world in the early 1980s.
 
Our wide-reaching conversation with Mancini is preceded by the expert analysis of Rizwan Zahid and John J. Raspanti, who break down Timothy Bradley's spectacular domination of Brandon Rios, Vasyl Lomachenko's latest HBO boxing clinic, and the possible Freddie Roach-Julio Cesar Chavex Jr. reunion.

 

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