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Austin 'No Doubt' Trout says he felt abandoned by boxing fans after losing back-to-back fights to Canelo Alvarez and Erislandy Lara -- arguably the top two super welterweights in the world. His faith in the sport was further jolted when the WBO bypassed him for a shot at its vacant 154-pound title belt in favor of two fighters with minimal credentials, Liam Smith and John Thompson.

Trout has since filed a lawsuit against British promoter Frank Warren, whom he says pressured the WBO into handing the title shot to Smith, a fighter Warren promotes. Meanwhile, he continues to take care of business inside the ropes, where he's reeled off four straight victories to move to 30-2, and he's hoping for a rematch with Miguel Cotto (whom he beat), Canelo, or Lara -- or a showdown with any other 154-pound contender: Demetrius Andrade, Vanes Martirosyan, or either of those undefeated Charlo brothers.

We then spoke with Ted Zale, nephew of Hall of Fame middleweight Tony Zale, about the six vintage world championship belts that were stolen Nov. 5 from the International Boxing Hall of Fame. Two of those belts were loaned to the IBHOF by Tony Zale, and the other four belonged to the late Carmen Basilio. Ted Zale urges anyone with information about the theft to visit www.tonyzale.org.

Those two interviews are preceded by a conversation with our expert analysts, Travis Hartman, Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti, about Tyson Fury's stunning upset of Wladimir Klitschko and the potential impact of that result on the heavyweight division. Our analysts also talk about James DeGale's victory over Lucian Bute in a terrific action fight, and weigh in on the upcoming Battle of Brooklyn between Peter Quillin and Daniel Jacobs at the Barclays Center.

This is a great show, wall to wall.

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Expert analysts Travis Hartman and Rizwaan Zahid break down Austin Trout's sensational performance against Miguel Cotto, Paulie Malignaggi's astute and articulate commentary as Showtime's guest analyst, and the speculate about what "Macho" Camacho might have thought about the catfight that disrupted his funeral.

Then super middleweight prospect Paul Mendez joins us to talk about his upcoming gig in the main event of the Dec. 15 Golden Boy Promotions/Don Chargin boxing event in Salinas, as well as how his life and career have changed since joining Garcia Boxing's stable.

 This is the first half of our Dec. 2, 2012 show, featuring a colorful conversation with boxing historian Christopher James Shelton after the break.

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 This 25-year-old southpaw from Las Cruces, New Mexico, was 22-0, with 13 knockouts, and the reigning WBA light middleweight world champion when he talked to us on the May 22. 2011 edition of The Ringside Boxing Show about his life, his career, and the talent-stacked division of fighters waiting for him on a very bright horizon.

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