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  Expert analysts Travis Hartman and John J. Raspanti fail to argue about the outcomes of Pacquiao-Bradley, Broner-Molina, Sergio-Cotto, and Malignaggi-Porter in an otherwise-lively start to the Ringside Boxing Show.

  Then we get a critique of Paul Mendez (11-fight unbeaten string) from his co-trainer, Sam Garcia. "El Gallo Negro" fought with a shoulder injury that bothered him through training camp, but managed to pitch an eight-round shutout.

  This is the first half of our April 6, 2014 show, featuring an amazing in-depth interview with one of boxing's true originals, New York trainer Tommy Gallagher.

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 He's a Damon Runyon character come to life -- a world-class boxing trainer spawned from New York's golden era of the sport. Tommy Gallagher sparred regularly with Joey Giardello. He went to the track with Rocky Graziano. He knew the wiseguys -- and thinks they get a bum rap. And, by the way, he learned his trade at Stillman's Gym, alongside Angelo Dundee, Lou Duva, Ray Arcel, the Florio brothers, Charlie Goldman, Chickie Ferrara.

 Gallagher never pulled a punch in the ring (he was 66-2 and won the New York Golden Gloves) and doesn't pull any in this interview. Wait till you hear him talk about Teddy Atlas.

 

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