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 An amazing year of interviews on The Ringside Boxing Show was capped off on Dec. 18, 2011 by our year-ender show, featuring the best clips from our interviews of Vinny Paz, Irish Pat Lawlor, Angelo Dundee, Dicky Eklund, Harold Lederman, Chuck Wepner, Anthony Dirrell, Howard Davis Jr., and Bobby Czyz. Enjoy this colorful array of segments from a great year.

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 An amazing year of interviews on The Ringside Boxing Show was capped off on Dec. 18, 2011 by our year-ender show, featuring the best clips from our interviews of Vinny Paz, Irish Pat Lawlor, Angelo Dundee, Dicky Eklund, Harold Lederman, Chuck Wepner, Anthony Dirrell, Howard Davis Jr., and Bobby Czyz. Enjoy this colorful array of segments from a great year.

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 Eloy Perez will bring a 24-0-2 record, with 7 KOs, into first-ever world title shot on Feb. 25 when he challenges newly crowned Adrien Broner in St. Louis on HBO.

 Perez joined us in the studio, alongside his manager and two of his trainers, on the Dec. 11, 2011 editoin of The Ringside Boxing Show to discuss his rise to become the WBO's top super featherweight contender and his upcoming bout with Broner.

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 Michael Katsidis is one of the most crowd-pleasing fighters of his generation, a two-time WBO interim lightweight champion who has fought memorable wars with Graham Earl, Joel Casamayor, Juan Diaz, Jesus Chavez, Vicente Escobedo, Kevin Mitchell, Juan Manuel Marquez and Ricky Burns, among others.

 We spoke to him in-depth on Dec. 11 about his life and his career, including the death of his brother shortly before the Marquez fight. Enjoy this riveting interview with the Queensland, Australia native.

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 The 29-year-old Seth Mitchell is a former All-America high school football player who went on to become a four-year defensive starter at Michigan State. When his college football career came to a close, he put his aspirations for a career in criminal justice on hold, turned to boxing, and turned pro after just 10 amateur bouts.

 Mitchell spoke to us in-depth on Dec. 4, 2011 ,when he had a 23-0-1 record going into his toughest challenge, a Dec. 10 HBO fight against Timur Ibragimov.

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