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Enjoy an eclectic and unusual interview with Showtime Boxing analyst Al Bernstein from The Ringside Boxing Show on May 30, 2010.

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 "The Baby Bull," Juan Diaz, made the Mexican Olympic Team at age 16, then found out he was too young to compete at Sydney. He won a world championship belt at 20. He was the undisputed lightweight champion of the world at 24. And he was in the "Fight of the Year" in 2009 against future Hall of Famer Juan Manuel Marquez. Hear our amazing, in-depth interview with this young legend (and aspiring lawyer) on 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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 Jon Schorle not only is one of the most-respected boxing referees and judges in the Western U.S., but also worked as a correctional officer at Folsom Prison's Sacramento facility, guarding some of the most-notorious prisoners in America. Check out one of The Ringside Boxing Show's most-fascinating interviews.

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Nate Campbell won the IBF super featherweight championship, then bounced back from a couple of setbacks to beat Juan Diaz for the undisputed lightweight crown. Hear our in-depth interview with "The Galaxxy Warrior" about his life, his career, his regalvanized faith, and more.

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