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 He was a three-time national amateur champ, a two-time NY Golden Gloves winner, and a U.S. Olympian in 2008, but Brooklyn native Sadam Ali may be on the threshhold of a superstar pro career. The 23-year-old Muslim-American has a 15-0 record, with 9 KOs, going into an Oct. 27 fight at Brooklyn's Aviator Sports Complex -- a show Ali is promoting himself.

 We spoke in-depth with this sensational prospect on the Sept. 2, 2012 edition of The Ringside Boxing Show about his decision to become the youngest licensed boxing promoter in the country, his career, his life in Brooklyn, the 9-11 tragedy, and more.

  Enjoy this lively conversation with a future star of the sport.

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