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Randy Caballero won nine national championshps as an amateur and would have been a strong candidate to make the U.S. Olympic Team had he not been too young to qualify. Still just 21 years old, he ranks among the most-exciting and promising prospects in the sport with a 12-0 record (including 7 KOs), an exceptional work ethic, and a strong character. The charismatic super bantamweight from Cochella, Calif., gave colorful interview on the Nov. 20, 2011 edition of The Ringside Boxing Show. Enjoy!

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Boxing historian Christopher James Shelton shares the astonishing story of the Jack Johnson-Jim Jeffries "Fight of the Century" on July 4, 1910 -- a fight that changed boxing and America.

Rising star Randy Caballero, unbeaten in four pro fights, talks about his life, his career and his future as one of the up-and-comers in the sport.

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