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 The story of Joseph Diaz Jr's first week in a boxing gym is one of the most-remarkable father/son stories you'll ever  hear, and he told it in colorful detail on the March 6 edition of The Ringside Boxing Show.

 The undefeated 23-year-old, who makes his HBO debut March 26 against Jayson Velez (co-feature of the Andre Ward-Sullivan Barrera show) gave us one of the most-poignant and intelligent interviews we've ever had on the show, covering a wide range of topics.

  A conversation guaranteed to make you a JoJo Diaz fan.

  The JoJo Diaz interview is preceded by a high-spirited segment featuring expert analysts Travis Hartman and John J. Respanti, during which we decide whether Luis Ortiz is (as Max Kellerman believes) "possibly the best heavyweight in the world today" ... and break down Jessie Vargas' impressive TKO of Sadam Ali ... and pass harsh judgment on Antonio Margarito's (hopefully plaster-free) return to boxing.

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Expert analyst John J. Raspanti joined us to evaluate Juan Manuel Marquez's performance (spectacular) against Mike Alvarado, discuss whether Pacquiao-Marquez V is worth doing (absolutely), and break down Mike Alvarado's future in the wake of brutal losses to Provodnikov and JMM.

This is the first half of our May 18, 2014 show featuring a compelling look at the life and death of Puerto Rican great Esteban de Jesus from boxing historian Christopher James Shelton after the commercial break.

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