Ringside Boxing Show (9-22-13) Part I

September 23rd, 2013

Expert analysts Travis Hartman and Rizwaan Zahid tell us what kind of chance Edwin Rodriguez has against Andre Ward, who wins a Ward-Golovkin fight (assuming Golovkin handles Stevens: spoiler alert ... he does. They also discuss Cotto-Rodriguez, Stevenson-Cloud, and Broner-Maidana.

Then we talk to trainer Max Garcia about his two prospects, Paul Mendez and Darwin Price, life in Big Bear, and Shane Mosley's rekindled bromance with his trainer/dad Jack.

This lively half-hour is the first half of our Sept. 22, 2013 show, featuring a sensational in-depth interview with Kendall Holt in the second 30 minutes.

In Depth: Kendall Holt,ex-WBO champ

September 22nd, 2013

  Former WBO light welterweight king Kendall Holt wants his throne back and, even at 32, believes he's still got the goods to make it happen.

  Holt made his third appearance on The Ringside Boxing Show on Sept. 22, 2013 and, as always, gave us a sensational interview about his life, his career, his children, Colombian boxing fans, and much more. This is a colorful, animated, candid conversation.

Ringside Boxing Show (9-15-13), Part I

September 15th, 2013

Expert analyst Travis Hartman breaks down Floyd Mayweather's latest domination of Canelo Alvarez, discussing the fight, the inexplicably close scorecards, where each fighter goes from here, and much more.

This is the first half of our Sept. 15, 2013 show, featuring a rare, in-depth interview with the legendary Iran Barkley after the commercial break.

In Depth: Iran Barkley

September 15th, 2013

 He was an intimidator in the ring, a persona that evolved from his upbringing in The Bronx, where a predatory tough guy waited for him on every corner.

 Iran Barkley joined us on Sept. 15, 2013, to discuss his early life, his bumpy rise to prominence (he lost 3 of his first 12), and his storied career, which included two victories over Tommy Hearns an a controversial, split-decision loss to Roberto Duran.

  This is a rare, in-depth interview with an enigmatic legend who fought 18 years as a pro. Don't miss it.

Ringside Boxing Show (9-8-13) Part I

September 8th, 2013

  Our expert analysts, Travis Hartman and Rizwaan Zahid, revisit Chris Arreola's 2 1/2-minute destruction of Seth Mitchell, and what it means to both fighters.

  They also comment on what looks like the end of Rafael Marquez's storied career, the upcoming Mayweather-Canelo and Garcia-Matthysse bouts, and the peaks and valleys of Tommy Morrison, gone too soon at age 46.

  This is the first half of our Sept. 8, 2013 show, featuring five-time world champion Zab Judah after the commercial break.

In Depth: Zab Judah, 5-time world champ

September 8th, 2013

  His 42-win career includes five world championships in two weight divisions, and victories over Micky Ward, Jan Bergman, Junior Witter, Terron Millet, Demarcus Corley, Cory Spinks, Vernon Paris and Lucas Matthysse, among other notables. And at age 35, Zab Judah has his eye on a sixth crown.

  His next project could be co-promoting a show with Golden Boy Promotions at Barclays Center in his hometown in Brooklyn, with a main event that matches another local, Paulie Malignaggi, against Judah, himself.

 We spoke in-depth to "Super" Judah about a life and career that has been equal parts spectacular and perplexing.on the Sept. 8, 2013 edition of The Ringside Boxing Show.

 This is a far-reaching interview with one of the most-colorful fighters of his time.


Ringside Boxing Show (9-1-13), Part I

September 1st, 2013

  Expert boxing analyst Rizwaan Zahid tells us which fighter will suffer if Canelo rehydrates to more than 170 pounds before stepping into the ring Sept. 14 against Floyd Mayweather Jr. Riz also breaks down Danny Garcia vs. Lucas Matthysse, analyzes the dedication level of Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., talks about Riddick Bowe's plan to become a professional wrestler, and psychoanalyzes Mike Tyson.

  This is the first half of our Sept. 1, 2013 show featuring boxing historian Christopher James Shelton after the commercial break.

The Greatest Olympic Boxer (2,700 years ago)

September 1st, 2013

  The world's best boxing historian, Christopher James Shelton, joined us on Sept. 1 to tell the story of the greatest Olympic boxer in history, a four-time champ named Onomastos who walked the earth almost 700 years before the birth of Jesus -- 2,700 years BCE.

  As always, Shelton unearths a treasure trove of history. Don't miss this fascinating conversation.




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