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Don Chargin promoted his first professional boxing show at age 23, and was at the epicenter of the West Coast boxing scene for the next six decades. He's still promoting today at 83. Enjoy this interview with a true legend of the sport from the Jan. 30, 2011 edition of The Ringside Boxing Show.

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 The husbands of Leti Ayala (Paulie), Cheryl McCullough (Wayne) and Trisha Harding (Tommy Morrison) are all former world champions. On the Jan. 23, 2011 edition of The Ringside Boxing Show we interviewed these three dynamic ladies about being "The Women Behind The Champs." We asked about money, pain, romance, stress, children, fame and many other topics. Their answers made for one of the most-interesting interviews in the three-year history of our program.

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 Larry Merchant's commentary and analysis on HBO Championship Boxing has earned him a spot in both the International Boxing Hall of Fame and the World Boxing Hall of Fame.

 Merchant also played football for Bud Wilkinson at Oklahoma, was a five-day a week columnist for the Philadelphia Daily News, and wrote for the New York Post and the Los Angeles Daily Herald in a celebrated career as a print journalist.

 Enjoy this in-depth interview with a true sports historian and boxing icon from our Jan. 16, 2011 edition of The Ringside Boxing Show.

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 Nonito Donaire has won three title belts in two weight divisions, and was architect of The Ring Magazine's "Knockout of the Year" and "Upset of the Year" when he starched then-unbeaten Vic Darchinyan in the fifth round of their world title bout.

 "The Filipino" flash spoke to us in-depth about the passion of boxing in the Philippines, the career-changing victory over Darchinyan, his upcoming bantamweight title fight against Fernando Montiel, and much more.

 Enjoy this astonishing interview from the Jan. 9 edtion of The Ringside Boxing Show.

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We conducted in-depth interviews with some of the most-compelling figures in boxing history in 2010, including Carlos Palomino, Angelo Dundee, George Chuvalo, Gerry Cooney, Greg haugen, Ron Lyle, Milton McCrory and Dr. Ferdie Pacheco, On our live, Jan. 2 broadcast, we replayed the best clips from our best conversations of the year for a program we called "Best Of The Ringside Boxing Show: 2010." Enjoy!

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 We conducted in-depth interviews with some of the most-compelling figures in boxing history in 2010, including Carlos Palomino, Angelo Dundee, George Chuvalo, Gerry Cooney, Greg haugen, Ron Lyle, Milton McCrory and Dr. Ferdie Pacheco, On our live, Jan. 2 broadcast, we replayed the best clips from our best conversations of the year for a program we called "Best Of The Ringside Boxing Show: 2010." Enjoy!

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