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Jack Britton:
344 (known) fights,
KO'd once
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Dennis Taylor
Tony Thompson:
Let's all get dirty!
 
Boxing Clever
De La Hoya rates
'Southpaw' film
as a mixed bag
 
David P. Greisman
Danny Garcia:
A champ starts over
 
Frank Lotierzo
Garcia missed chance
 to distinguish himself
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Scott Gilfoid
Peter Fury: Hughie
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Dan Ambrose
Thurman pushing
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Luke Furman
IBF orders eliminator: Hopkins vs. Beterbiev
 
Thomas Hauser
NYSAC owes Mora
hearing on ankle
 
John Dennen
Cobb to LaMotta:
The 10 hardest men
in boxing history
 
Clarence George
When Fatties Collide
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Tuesday, Aug. 4

NYSAC owes Sergio Mora a hearing on ankle [Thomas Hauser]

Danny Garcia: A champ starts over [David P. Greisman]

Porter 'not buying' Danny Garcia's reasons for off nights [Victor Salazar]

Malignaggi rates Garcia's power, ring IQ [Victor Salazar]

Garcia missed a chance to distinguish himself against Paulie [Frank Lotierzo]

Video: Angel Garcia says Danny ready for Porter, Thurman [Bill Emes]

Thurman pushing for Khan fight, getting ignored [Dan Ambrose]

Thurman turns screws on Khan: Show me the contract [Olly Campbell]

Thurman: I wouldn't pay to see Mayweather's next fight [Victor Salazar]

Errol Spence to fight Sept. 11 on Stevenson-Karpency card [Dan Ambrose]

Andreas Hugger Nielsen, 34, found dead in gym [Per Ake Persson]

IBF orders Hopkins-Beterbiev eliminator [Luke Furman]

Deontay Wilder plotting his next move [Matt Richardson]

Peter Fury: Hughie will fight Wilder if he gets 8 weeks training [Scott Gilfoid]

Wilder: Povetkin fight must happen [Boxing Scene]

De La Hoya: 'Southpaw' film a mixed bag [Boxing Clever]

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Photos: Adrien Broner beefs up as training camp looms [Carlos Boogs]

Matthysse-Postol winner to face Broner? [Karl Freitag]

Orozco-Soto is Matthysse-Postol co-feature [[RingTV]

Humberto Soto: I have to make a statment against Orozco [Golden Boy]

Payano holds off Warren, but not much is settled [RingTV]

Lucian Bute-Andrea Di Luisa at 171 pounds set for August [Allan Fox]

Photos: Lucian Bute puts in work for Montreal return [Boxing Scene]

Cobb to LaMotta: Boxing's 10 hardest men ever [John Dennen]

Bryant Jennings rejected offer to fight Luis Ortiz on Oct. 17 [Mike Coppinger]

Joseph Parker to face Kali Meehan in October [Boxing Clever]

Zab Judah ends two-year layoff in September [Mike Coppinger]

WBO strips Demetrius Andrade [Wil Esco]

New Faces: Sergiy Derevyanchenko [Anson Wainwright]

Felix Verdejo set for all return after hand surgery [Steve Kim]

Comanche Boy's remaining light [David Phillips]

Q&A: Abraham Lopez [Anson Wainwright]

Tony Thompson: Let's all get dirty! [Dennis Taylor]

When Fatties Collide [Clarence George]

Boxing TV schedule: Aug. 6-8 [Scott Christ]



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Sunday, Aug. 2
Payano edges Rau'shee Warren by split nod [Boxing Clever]

Saturday, Aug. 1
Garcia stays unbeaten by stopping Malignaggi in 9 [John J. Raspanti]
Danny Garcia manhandles Malignaggi for 9th-round TKO [RingTV]
Daniel Jacobs proves little in stopping Mora [Joseph Santoliquito]
Garcia-Malignaggi: Live round-by-round coverage [Scott Christ]
Jhonny Gonzalez blasts out Hashimoto [Miguel Rivera]
Edith Soledad Matthysse unifies titles [Elisinio Castillo]
Zambrano retains WBA interim strap [FightNews]
Chris Avalos decisions Rey Perez; Ramos wins [Cliff Rold]
Chris Avalos prevails on 'Solo Boxeo' [Francisco Salazar]
Heavyweight rise: Parker destroys Tupou in 1 [Cliff Rold]
Luke Campbell stops Tommy Coyle in 10 [Tom Gray]
Luke Campbell drops Coyle 4 times in TKO-10 [Shaun Brown]
Brian Rose gets revenge, decisons Carson Jones [Shaun Brown]
Ricky Burns bounces back, stops Ofotsu in 5 [Shaun Brown]
WBC No. 3 Kimura defeats Faro in Japan [Joe Koizumi]
Montero still unbeaten after split decision [FightNews]
Marsili wins WBC silver belt [FightNews]
Caferro forces Wright to quit after two [FightNews]
Dillian Whyte smashes Costa in 1 [Shaun Brown]
Garcia-Malignaggi undercard results [Victor Salazar]
Undercard results from Frisco, Texas [Jeff Zimmerman]
Results from Orlando, Fla. [FightNews]

Friday, July 31
Bernabe Concepcion blasts out Fundi in 2 [Dennis Principe]
Rodriguez outboxes Lozano for third straight road win [Jake Donovan]
Soylybaev crushes Najera in 1 [Francisco Salazar]
Lerena, Fourie win SA titles [Ron Jackson]

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Sunday, Aug. 2

Tony Thompson: Let's all get dirty! [Dennis Taylor]

Garcia-Malignaggi: Things we learned [Brian Campbell]

Weekend Review: Danny Garcia unspectacular, but thorough [Michael Rosenthal]

Garcia proved you can jab with a jabber [Bernard Fernandez]

Danny, Angel Garcia shred Peterson, Herrera [Bill Emes]

Is Danny Garcia an option for Mayweather? [Gerardo Granados]

Video: Danny Garcia ready for bigger things at 147 [Bill Emes]

Photos: Danny Garcia vs. Paulie Malignaggi [Naoki Fukuda]

Danny Jacobs targets Peter Quillin by year's end [John Dennen]

Danny Garcia: If Porter is butt-hurt, it's on him [Victor Salazar]

Mora confirms fractured ankle in Jacobs loss [Michael Woods]

Mora: I dropped Jacobs and said, 'Now what, motherf****r' [Carlos Boogs]

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Bradley-Rios in play for November [Scott Christ]

Quigg vs. Donaire in the works for November [Scott Christ]

Video: Keith Thurman on Mayweather, Khan [Bill Emes]

Thurman: I have the skills to beat Mayweather [Dan Ambrose]

Thurman: Mayweather using Spence as a pawn [Bill Emes]

Video: Keith Thurman sounds off in two-parter [Victor Salazar]

Video: Keith Thurman: Errol Spence? Let's be real [Wil Esco]

Video: Shawn Porter aims for big return in September [Bill Emes]

Video: Deontay Wilder talks Klitschko, options [Bill Emes]

Video: Manny Pacquiao's greatest hits [Boxing News]

Video: Luke Campbell: I want people to get excited [Boxing News]

Payano motivated against Rau'shee Warren [Anson Wainwright]

Ricky Burns: There are some big fights out there for me [Scott Gilfoid] 



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William Dettloff
Ezzard Charles
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Detloff, a former senior writer at The Ring Magazine and current co-host (with Eric Raskin) of Ring Theory, has produced a meticulously researched profile of the legendary Cincinnati fighter, and makes a case that Charles was the greatest light heavyweight fighter of all time.

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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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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.

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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.

 

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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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