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Just four years out of high school, Jeff Bumpus found himself in a fight with world champion Julio Cesar Chavez (45-0, 43 KOs). His mom, a Sunday School teacher, was so horrified that her husband got her drunk for the fight. Bumpus, who had dreams of being "Rocky," just wanted to avoid making Chavez angry. That plan went out the window early in the fight, when Bumpus landed one of the best punches of his life on Chavez's chin. For the rest of this story, check out this fun and revealing interview from Sundays show .... or purchase Bumpus' new book, "Becoming Taz: Writing from the Southpaw Stance."

Sunday's semi-main event was Melissa McMorrow, who shares her thoughts with John J. Raspanti as she preps for yet another fight in Mexico.

And we lead off with expert analysts John J. Raspanti, Travis Hartman, and Rizwaan Zahid , who eulogize one of the greatest 140-pound fighters ever, Aaron "The Hawk" Pryor, who died early Sunday morning. They also tell us which heavyweight is the best in the world right now.

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