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 Kenny Bayless ranks among the elite boxing referees of his era, having officiated such superfights as Barrera-Morales, Pacquiao-Marquez, Jones-Tarver, De La Hoya-Hopkins, Mosley-Mayweather and countless others. Enjoy our in-depth interview with one of the most-respected men in the sport.

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 Unbeaten cruiserweight and "Friday Night Fights" guest analyst B.J. Flores is the most-ducked fighter in his weight division, but he believes those worries are about the come to an end. Enjoy our in-depth interview with boxing's most-articulate star.

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 At a time when Napolean ruled Europe and Thomas Jefferson and James Madison were serving their terms as the third and fourth presidents of the United States, tough men (and some women) fought each other without gloves. Enjoy our colorful interview with boxing historian Christopher James Shelton of www.ringsideboxingshow.com about the bare-knuckle era of boxing at the beginning of the 1800s.

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Art Hafey, "The Toy Tiger," was 53-8, with 36 KOs, and earned a ranking as the No. 1 featherweight contender in the world in the 1960s. He fought Arguello, Olivares, Danny "Little Red" Lopez and numerous others, but never got a world title shot. Hafey discovered after his career -- which included more than 40 fights in a four-year span -- that he had been suffering all his life from a debilitating disease that causes the muscles to stiffen at odd times.

Enjoy our in-depth conversation with "The Toy Tiger" and Brad Little, the writer/producer/director of "Toy Tiger," the documentary.

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Hall of Fame trainer Emanuel Steward worked with Thomas Hearns, Prince Naseem Hamed, Lennox Lewis, Wladimir Klitchko, Milton McCrory, Julio Cesar Chavez, Mike McCallum ...

 Enjoy this colorful storyteller as he weaves his life tapestry during our live interview on The Ringside Boxing Show on Aug. 1, 2010

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