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Thaboxingvoice will recap last nights events including, but not limited to, the junior middleweight showdown between Austin Trout and Miguel Cotto. After last night, some questions were answered in regards to the class of fight Trout is and will be. As for Cotto, he may be a lot closer to the end of the road than we all expected. Of course, it wouldn't be boxing without some controversy and that was provided by some lopsided scorecards turned in by the judges and although Trout deserved the win he didn't win it in the fashion he was awarded.
Also, we'll be talking about Joan Guzman's loss, David Price's Friday bout and Tyson Fury's Saturday bout. We will also discuss Paul Spadafora's win last night and the implications it could have on the surrounding divisions.
COTTO VS ZAB JUDAH 6/9/07
COTTO VS ANTONIO MARGARITO II 12/3/11
COTTO VS SERGIO MARTINEZ 6/7/14
ALL LINKS HAVE BEEN TAKEN DOWN, BUT THE REPLAY WILL BE SHOWN ON HBO SATURDAY
On this episode we will go into last nights fight, last night at MSG Miguel Cotto not only defeated the middle weight king in Sergio Martinez he beat him up. We witnessed Martinez look out side of world class as Cotto peppered him with combos all night until his head trainer stop the fight, making Cotto the first Puerto Rican boxer to capture a world title in four weight divisions. Join us as we take calls from around the world and get boxing fans thoughts on Cotto making history. Call in to voice your opinion 646-478-3068
Here we are, a good few days removed from Carl Froch giving George Groves the old "push and a pull" treatment. We've had a nice little string of fights, and the huge KO by Froch over Groves was the decisive ending that many were hoping for. There was also the unusual and suspect-looking stoppage of the Nonito Donaire vs Simpiwe Vetyeka fight to complain about and make fun of, which should come naturally to Bad Left Hook's James Foley and Patrick Connor of Queensberry-Rules. Also to be tackled, Sergio Martinez's attempt to defend the middleweight title against Miguel Cotto this weekend, plus somewhat tragic undercard. Thanks for tuning in!
This is a special edition of Tale of the Tape on Sports Rant Radio as we will be broadcasting live from the scene of Miguel Cotto vs. Sergio Martinez in New York City. We will give you in-depth coverage of the middleweight championship of the world, live from Madison Square Garden.
We will also talk about Floyd Mayweather's decision to leave Golden Boy Promotions and look forward to great fights that lay ahead this summer.
Every once in a while, we as boxing fans are reminded that "that's why they get in there and actually fight." Sometimes match ups sound absurd or likely one-sided, and because of that we lose sight of the old, throw away phrase that, in boxing, "anything is possible." This past weekend, Miguel Cotto usurped the middleweight throne with no fistic regrets, grinding Sergio Martinez to dust, and making approximately 3/4 of the boxing community look stupid in the meantime. What does it mean? Was Sergio Martinez shot? Was Miguel Cotto underrated? Has anyone ever actually beaten Tetris? What was in Marsellus Wallace's suitcase, damnit??? Bad Left Hook's James Foley and Patrick Connor of Queensberry Rules will attempt to answer at least a few of those questions. This week, the asinine aphrodisiacs are joined by Eric Raskin, boxing contributor to ESPN, HBO and Grantland, and author of The Moneymaker Effect. Also, check out Raskin's podcast with William Dettloff, Ring Theory. Also on the menu, a preview of Ruslan Provodnikov vs Chris Algieri. Thanks for tuning in!
Today on The Boochcast, Booch and Jerry talk to Atlanta Comedian Austin King, rank the to 10 most Magnificant Managers in WWE History, Jerry gives a Consumer Report on The Ferguson Shooting Protest that took place last week in Atlanta and we get one contestant for Confessions With Father Truman.
Join us as we broadcast live Wed at 11:11 am PT New York Times Best Seller,
distinguished author of "The Four Agreements and mystic Don Miguel Ruiz. Discover
The Four Agreements for Life-Secrets to Success as Don Miguel opens up the vault
to the secrets ancients long ago disovered and how you too can tap into truth.
Don Miguel Ruiz was born into a humble family with ancient traditions in rural Mexico,
the youngest of 13 children. He considers himself very lucky, as this was where he learned
from an early age that everything is possible, if we really want it.
His parents, Don Jose and Dona Sarita, as well as his grandfather, Don Leonardo, all
believed that Miguel would continue their legacy in the centuries old Toltec tradition.
Instead Don Miguel attended medical school, and became a surgeon.
For several years he practiced medicine with his brothers, and he realized that what
needed to be healed was not only the physical brain, but the human mind as well.
A near fatal car accident changed the direction of Don Miguel’s life. He experienced
himself as pure awareness outside of the constraints of his physical body. He realized that
the Toltec wisdom of his family contained all of the tools needed to change the human mind.
Don Miguel promptly returned to his mother to finish his training and he became a Shaman.
Don Miguel moved to the United States to share his wisdom, and spent the next 15 years
exploring ways to heal and change the human mind. He witnessed his students struggling to
quiet their minds and sought to create tools to assist them. The result of this quest was The
Four Agreements®. This book contains a specific series of practical steps, that when used by
anyone, can result in consistent and long-term personal transformation.
Danny Bryant is Walter Trout's protégé and while Walter is recovering from his successful Liver Transplant, Danny and Walter’s son Jon are out with the Walter Trout Band bringing the music to the fans. I will speak with them both about the tour and the reaction from the fans and how Walter is doing. We will also hear some of Danny’s music.
Colleen Rennison is 25 years old, but has the vocal abilities and stage presence of someone who has been at it much longer. Her debut solo album is entitled “See The Sky About To Rain” and it was produced, recorded and mixed by Couch Kid Steve Dawson, who also plays guitars on all the tracks.This is one special lady with a great debut album.
David Michael Miller began singing, like many, in church. The Buffalo, NY native is also the front man for Dive House Union who made the semi-finals in the IBC this year. David has released his solo album, “Poisons Sipped” and we will talk about his journey and where he is headed.
Finally, Couch Kid Anni Piper returns to talk about her current tour of North America. Remember Anni has been on twice before, once in December of 2012 and then in April of 2013, when “Split Second” her album with Nicole Hart came out; which was a direct result of both them being on that December episode of Music On The Couch.
“Musician You Should Know”
While Gabriel Montoya is out for this week for vacation , Leave it in the RinG host David Duenez will take his place as co-host to Steve Kim .
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Major Miguel “Tito” Reece (US Air Force, Retired) has recently published the book, The Disabled Veteran’s Story. It outlines the struggles and sacrifices of veterans and their families for the world's freedom. One story includes the bureaucratic journey of a Panamanian while another story tells how Panamanians volunteered for the draft as a way out from the Silver Cities (La Boca, Red Tank, Paraiso, Gamboa, and Rainbow City), reflecting true compelling stories of the politics within the Canal Zone in the early days.
Reece, a military veteran with 30+ years of service as both an officer and an enlisted member in the US Air Force. He served in Vietnam, the Middle East, and as a member of the Stabilization Forces in the Balkans.
Born in the Panama Canal Zone, Reece has an undergraduate degree from Southern Illinois University and a graduate degree from the Webster University, Saint Louis, Missouri. After 30 years in the USAF, he served 10 years with the Dept. of Veterans Affairs, with great concerns of many veterans dying prior to receiving their entitled benefits.
Reece states that he enjoyed working with veterans and making a difference in the lives of the beneficiaries. He often visited veterans with the families in their homes, nursing homes, and assisted-living facilities, relatives’ homes, under bridges, in parks or even in tree houses. In his book he aspires to share these stories with the world, to educate a new generation and remind society of the sacrifices the American and some Panamanian veterans endured for the freedom of the world and not to allow their stories to be forgotten.
Like Miguel on Facebook or follow him on Twitter. 50th person wins free ebook.
Visit Reece at www.MiguelReece.com
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