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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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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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 Expert analysts Travis Hartman and Rizwaan Zahid comment on the Brandon Rios-Mike Alvarado firefight, and how it measured up to its own hype. They also discuss referee Pat Russell's decision to stop the fight, and Nonito Donaire's efforts to look good against a defense-first opponent bent on survival.

This is the first half of our Oct. 14, 2012 show, which features an in-depth interview with U.S. Olympic gold medalist Claressa Shields after the commercial break.

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"Mile High" Mike Alvarado looms as a force in the light welterweight division with a 30-0 record that includes 22 KOs. After two serving prison stints for missteps during his youth, Alvarado has emerged as a dedicated boxer and a better person, and looks forward to challenging for dominance in the talent-stacked 140-pound class. Enjoy this animated and colorful interview with a fighter who figures to be one of boxing's biggest stars in the coming months.

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