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Hall of Fame boxing analyst Al Bernstein fell in love with the sport as a child, hiding at the top of the stairs, listening to Don Dunphy call "Friday Night Fights" on his father's TV set. Eventually, Dad relented and let him stay up late and watch the fights, himself.

All these years later, Bernstein is an International Boxing Hall of Famer who has called many of the greatest fights of a generation: Hagler-Hearns, Castillo-Corrales, and Marquez-Vazquez among them.

The affable legend joined us Oct. 25 on The Ringside Boxing Show to share stories from an unparalleled career (including those Wild West days of early ESPN), many of which are included in his book, 30 Years, 30 Undeiniable Truths About Boxing.

The Al Bernstein interview is preceded by John J. Raspanti's forecast of Terence Crawford's future after the beatdown of Dierry Jean, the early wrangling over a contract weight for Canelo vs. Golovkin, a Rios-Bradley preview, and a sneak preview of the latest "Rocky" film, "Creed."

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Enjoy an eclectic and unusual interview with Showtime Boxing analyst Al Bernstein from The Ringside Boxing Show on May 30, 2010.

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