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Hall of Fame boxing judge Harold Lederman, best known nowadays as HBO's "unofficial ringside scorer," is a native of the Bronx, where he spent nearly every weekend at Madison Square Garden watching fights during the sport's "Golden Era."

As a judge he worked more than 100 championship bouts, scoring everybody from Emile Griffith to Marco Antonio Barrera.

This boxing legend reminisced on our Aug. 19, 2012 show about growing up as a boxing fan in New York, the atmosphere of The Garden, the mob, the characters, and some of the legendary boxers of the '50s and '60s.

You'll love this guided tour of boxing's yesteryear from one of the most-recognizable voices in the history of the sport.

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Harold Lederman is a Hall of Fame boxing judge who serves as HBO's "unofficial ringside scorer." His famous voice ranks among the most familiar in boxing history to fans. Enjoy this lively, animated interview with a true icon of boxing broadcasting from our Oct. 2 edition of The Ringside Boxing Show.

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Harold Lederman is a Hall of Fame boxing judge who became internationally famous as HBO's "unofficial ringside scorer." Enjoy our in-depth interview with a man who grew up in The Bronx in an era when New York City was the epicenter of the boxing world.

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