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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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International Boxing Hall of Famer did two separate terms as editor-in-chief of The Ring magazine, and also oversaw Boxing Illustrated, Ring Almanac, KO and World Boxing.

We tapped into Collins' rich history as a fight scribe and got him to reminisce about over-capacity fight nights at the Blue Horizon, gangster Blinky Palermo, Lou Duva, Muhammad Ali, and his own stormy departure from The Ring.

This is a candid and colorful conversation with a legend of boxing journalism.

Before our interview with Nigel Collins, John J. Raspanti catcches up with Sacramento-based junior welterweight Stan Martinyouk, who expects 2017 to be a breakout year.

And we lead off with rapid-fire postmortem of a spectacular boxing Saturday with Travis Hartman, Rizwaan Zahid, and John J. Raspanti, who break down Parker-Ruz, Charlo-Williams, Crawford-Molina, Whyte-Chisora, Joshua-Mollina, and Mares-Cuellar -- all in 20 minutes.

Front to back, this is one of our best shows of the year.

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Welsh boxing writer Anson Wainwright sat ringside in exotic Monte Carlo on Saturday for Golovkin-Murray, flew home to England, then stayed up late to talk to us on Sunday's Ringside Boxing Show about Froch, the Furys, Khan, Mayweather-Pacquiao, and, of course, Golovkin Murray. Another colorful interview with the Ring Magazine/RingTV.com scribe.

The Anson Wainwright conversation is preceded by Travis Hartman's triumphant return to The Ringside Boxing Show (after six weeks in Australia as a women's tennis groupie) to rejoin Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti for a breakdown of Golovkin-Murray, Pacquiao-Mayweather, and more. A fun and fascinating hour.

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 The best light heavyweight boxer in the world, "Bad" Chad Dawson, was in the process of dropping weight to fight for Andre Ward's super middleweight crown when we caught up to him to discuss the weight, his tactical plan, his chances of getting a fair shake in Ward's back yard, his days as a high school football and basketball star, and much more. Check out this fun and interesting interview from the July 22, 2012 edition of The Ringside Boxing Show.

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Thanks in part to first-round KOs of Ken Norton and Ron Lyle, and a fourth-round TKO of Jimmy Young, Gerry Cooney was ranked No. 53 on The Ring Magazine's list of "The 100 Greatest Punchers of All Time."

 "Gentleman Gerry" is best remembered for his valiant 13-round fight with undefeated champion Larry Holmes for the WBC heavyweight crown in 1982 at Caesar's Palace, a bout that preceded a battle with alcohol that curtailed his career.

Cooney discussed all of that and much more on the Feb. 19, 2012 edition of The Ringside Boxing Show. Enjoy this fascinating conversation with a legendary heavyweight.

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Steve Farhood's 33 years as a boxing journalist began with skull sessions from no less than Eddie Futch and Angelo Dundee. He worked as editor of The Ring Magazine. And he currently is best known as the expert analyst for ShoBox: The New Generation on the Showtime Network.

Our conversation with Farhood centered on what makes boxers tick, how bad do they hurt, the psychology of their craft and other seld0m-explored topics. Enjoy this fascinating talk with a true insider of the sport from our Oct. 16, 2011 edition of The Ringside Boxing Show.

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Few boxing scribes know the sport as well as Doug Fischer, co-editor and featured writer for www.ringtv.com, the official website of The Ring Magazine. Our conversation with Fischer on the March 27, 2011 edition of The Ringside Boxing Show ran the gamet, from Pacquiao and Mayweather to boxers' wives. Enjoy!

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We conducted in-depth interviews with some of the most-compelling figures in boxing history in 2010, including Carlos Palomino, Angelo Dundee, George Chuvalo, Gerry Cooney, Greg haugen, Ron Lyle, Milton McCrory and Dr. Ferdie Pacheco, On our live, Jan. 2 broadcast, we replayed the best clips from our best conversations of the year for a program we called "Best Of The Ringside Boxing Show: 2010." Enjoy!

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Interview with boxing writer Doug Fischer of The Ring Magazine on The Ringside Boxing Show (3-28-10)

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