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After he beat wildly popular Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini -- not once, but twice -- Livingstone Bramble embraced the role of villain in boxing. He was known for showing up at press conferences and walking to the ring with a boa constrictor around his neck. He brought a "voodoo witch doctor" to a Mancini press conference. He taunted and tested his opponents. He was often roundly booed.

Surprise ... Bramble is actually a great guy, although he's every bit as colorful today as he was during a career that spanned 24 years and almost 70 pro fights, including battles with Edwin Rosario, Buddy McGirt, Kostya Tszyu, Oba Carr, Rafael Ruelas, and many other outstanding opponents.

This lively interview with the Rastafarian champ is follows a conversation with trainer Max Garcia about his 20-year-old sensation, undefeated featherweight Ruben Villa, and our opening segment with expert analysts Travis Hartman, Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti, during which we break down the upcoming World Boxing Super Series cruiserweight and super middleweight tournaments.

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Buddy McGirt is not just a two-division world champion and a world-class trainer, he's also a superb story teller -- a skill he demonstrated June 7 on The Ringside Boxing Show, where he regaled us with tales of a childhood in Long Island, followed by a lifelong love affair with "The Sweet Science."

McGirt also reminisced about the life and death of Arturo Gatti, the fighter he trained for all three spectacular fights against Micky Ward.

The Buddy McGirt interview is preceded by a fascinating breakdown of Cotto's demolition of Geale, Robert Guerrero's narrow escape from Aron Martinez, and a whole bunch more.

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