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Our expert analysts, Travis Hartman and Rizwaan Zahid, take apart the Froch-Kessler fight, analyze Froch's waist-high defense, weigh-in on HBO's broadcasting team, compared to Showtime's crew, and break down Juanma's chances of dealing Mike Garcia his first loss, among other topics.

This is the first half of our May 26, 2013 show, featuring a riveting interview with unbeaten heavyweight Amir Mansour after the commercial break.

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Amir Mansour grew up on some mean streets and fell into the drug culture in the 1980s, a decision that landed him in prison for 8 1/2 years (plus another six-month stint later) and interrupted a 9-0 boxing career.

Since his release, Mansour, 40, has boosted his record to 18-0, with 14 KOs, with an explosiveness that reminds some of Mike Tyson's heyday. More important, he's also turned his life around.

Mansour gave us a deeply honest and candid interview on the May 25, 2013 edition of The Ringside Boxing Show, one of the most-fascinating conversations we've had in a long time. Don't miss this one.

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Our expert analysts, Travis Hartman and Rizwaan Zahid, welcome Lucas Matthysse to boxing's big list of meteorites after his three-round demoltion of Lamont Peterson. They also marvel at the multiple possibilities for Matthysse in the violence-packed 140- and 147-pound weight divisions.

Trainer Sam Garcia then joins us to talk about the final two weeks of training camp for Paul "Gallo Negro" Mendez, his up-and-coming middleweight.

This is the first half of our May 19, 2013 show featuring boxing historian Christopher James Shelton with an amazing story after the commercial break.

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The world's most-unique and meticulous boxing historian, Christopher James Shelton, tells the story of a Turkish boxing champion who walked the earth in the time of Christ ... and was gay.

 Chris never fails to dazzle in his appearances on The Ringside Boxing Show, but this one ranks at the top. Whether you're a boxing fan or not, you'll find this interview fascinating.

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