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Few people can talk boxing and boxing history with the authority of Doug Fischer (writer for The Ring magazine and RingTV.com) and Dave Schwartz (Southern California boxing aficionado since the 1950s), who joined us for an all-encompassing conversation on everything from how Golovkin compares to the all-time greats to a look back at the heyday of the Olympic Auditorium.

This lively and wide-reaching conversation is preceded by an interview with boxing trainer Max Garcia (whose blue-chip prospect, Ruben Villa IV, improved to 6-0 on Friday), and a breakdown of a sensational fight weekend by expert analysts Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti.

You'll learn plenty from this one, guaranteed.

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Dennis Taylor (host), Travis Hartman, Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti (expert analysts), and Christopher James Shelton (boxing historian).

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 Light middleweight contender Deandre Latimore emerged from the meanest streets of St. Louis to become one of the top amateur boxers in the history of that city, winning multiple city, state, regional and national championships.

 As a pro, "The Bull" has a 22-3 record, with 17 KOs, his only losses coming at the hand of top-flight opponents (Sechew Powell, over whom he also holds a KO victory, and Cory Spinks).

 A southpaw with a huge punch, Latimore is feared an avoided in the light middlweight division, but looms as a likely opponent for the likes of Miguel Cotto, Canelo Alvarez, K9 Bundrage and Alfredo Angulo.

 And, by the way, at 25, Latimore is the father of five daughters, making him a serendpitious Father's Day guest on The Ringside Boxing Show.

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