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Floyd and Manny: Farce times two?

June 25th, 2017

What do they take us for? Manny Pacquiao and Freddie Roach are trying to convince us that Australian Jeff Horn (16-0-1, no A-list opponents) is an inspiring threat to the future Hall of Famer.

Meanwhile, Colin McGregor's promoter, UFC czar Dana White, says his fighter (0-0) is no joking matter for Floyd Mayweather (49-0).

Our expert analysts, Travis Hartman and John J. Raspanti, unpack both match-ups, psychoanalyze supporters of the underdogs, and also tell us what to expect from Broner vs. Mikey, and speculate about a possible Rigondeaux-Lomachenko collision.

This wide-reaching discussion is followed by an eye-opening interview with Adrian Clark, a 31-year-old boxing manager/agent (and author of Protect Yourself At All Times) who is on a quest to convince fighters that people who want 33 percent of their purses are ripping them off in a very big way.

This is a conversation guaranteed to enlighten fighters, managers, promoters and fans of "The Sweet Science."

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January 8th, 2017

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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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Mikey Garcia: Bigger, badder, hungier than before

July 10th, 2016

Mikey Garcia says 2 1/2 years in mothballs -- the result of a contract dispute with Top Rank --  have left him bigger, stronger and hungrier
as he prepares to return to the ring on July 30 against former world champ Elio Rojas in Brooklyn.

He'll bring a 34-0 record, with 28 KOs, into Barclays Arena, where, as a promotional free agent, he knows there's a lot at stake. But Garcia expects to impress, with minimal ring rust, and get back in the express lane toward a spot in the International Boxing Hall of Fame.

Our 30-minute interview with Mike Garcia is preceded by a fiery debate by expert analysts Travis Hartman, Rizwaan Zahid, and John J. Raspanti over the merits of the stunning Golovkin-Brook match-up.

A lively, quick-moving show, wall-to-wall.

In Depth: Mikey Garcia

November 30th, 2014

Mikey Garcia is 34-0, with 28 KOs, a two-division world champ, and still just 26 years old -- none of which would have happened if he'd followed his original plan and become a Ventura County Sheriff's deputy.

The WBO super featherweight king joined us on Nov. 30, 2014 to discuss his promotional problems with Bob Arum and Top Rank (he has a lawsuit pending), his original reluctance to fall in love with boxing, and what it was like to spar with the late, great, very troubled Venezuelan legend Edwin Valero (27-0, 27 KOs).

Garcia ranks among the most-articulate and interesting guests we've ever had on The Ringside Boxing Show. Don't miss this conversation.

The Mikey Garcia interview is preceded by a breakdown of Saturday's results, including wins by Tyson Fury and Terence Crawford, and Evgeney Gradovich's draw with Jayson Velez by expert analysts Travis Hartman, Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti.