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 At 24, undefeated Eloy "The Prince" Perez is the youngest super featherweight ranked among the world's top 10 (No. 3 by the WBO), and one of the division's rising stars. Enjoy this short but entertaining  interview with a fighter who is the whole package -- talent, charisma & Hollywood looks -- and a class act as a person, as well.

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Andre Berto is the undefeated WBC welterweight champion of the world and one of the glowing young stars in boxing. Tommy Morrison, soon to be 42, just got approved for a boxing license in the state of Washington and will begin his quest for a third world heavyweight crown after years of exile stemming from a bogus HIV diagnosis. Enjoy two of the most-interesting interviews we've ever done on The Ringside Boxing Show.

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 Deontay Wilder was the only U.S. boxer to win a medal (bronze) at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, an accomplishment he has trumped by winning all 11 of his professional fights by knockout in the heavyweight division. Wilder and his manager, Jay Deas, gave a colorful interview to The Ringside Boxing Show about his career in the amateurs and pros, his previous incarnation as a 6-foot-7 wide receiver and basketball standout, his young daughter, who is afflicted with spina bifida, and more. Enjoy our in-depth interview with a compelling young prospect.

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Roy Jones Jr. was the greatest light heavyweight boxer of his era, and may have been the best who ever fought in that weight division. The Boxing Writers Association of America named him "Fighter of the Decade" in 1994. He won 11 world titles, in one form or another, in four different weight classes. Enjoy our in-depth interview with this future Hall of Famer.

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