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Special guest, Brandon 'Bam-Bam' Rios joins host Kenny Keith on the debut episode of The Boxing Rant. We discuss his recent 3rd round KO victory over long time rival Mike Alvarado. Brandon revisits his 2013 fight with Manny Pacquiao and talks about how it changed him in the long run.
On the 25th anniversary of Mike Tyson vs James 'Buster' Douglas, we go back in time to breakdown the fight round-by-round. Ringside announcer Larry Merchant called Tyson vs Douglas, "The greatest upset in boxing history."
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Discussion of the boxing world straight up with no twists. Frank Zhong and Zac Pomillio join the show to share their insight on the world of boxing. Fresh off of his ESPN Friday Night fights victory, over Brian Vera, Willie El Moongoose Monroe Jr. is scheduled to appear for a straight up with no twists interview. Main topics will include Deontay Wilder's huge victory over Bermane Stiverne. The heavyweight division in boxing is now in the news again and has a chance to provide boxing fans with entertaining fights. Did Wilder do enoungh in the boxing ring to erase most of his criticism? We will also discuss the third tough battle between Brandon Rios vs. Mike Alvarado. Boxing News. Tune in for an honest take on a brutal sport, the sweet science.
Discussion of the boxing world straight up with no twists. Rafael Vazquez, & John Raspanti are scheduled to appear on the show. Vazquez is coming off of a huge win and Raspanti is the lead writer for Maxboxing.com & Doghouseboxing. com and is also a publicist for the "new" West Coast Boxing Hall of Fame. John is going to discuss the Deontay Wilder vs. Bermane Stiverene fight and also talk about the future of the heavyweight divsion. We will also break down the Friday Night Fights Main Event between Sergio Mora & Abie Han. Boxing News
Discussion of the boxing world straight up with no twists. Boxer Eric The Outlaw Hunter,trainer Sloane Harrison, and female boxer Noemi Bosques are scheduled to appear. They will discuss Eric's big victory against rugged Rene Alvarado on the night Bernard Hopkins celebrated his 50th birthday. Noemi will discuss her first fight to go 10 rounds and the current state of women's boxing. We will also disuss the Brandon Rios vs. Mike Alvardo fight. Rios gets back in the championship mix with a one sided victory in the tie breaker of the series. We will also preview the upcomming Friday Night fights card this Friday.
Discussion of the boxing world straight up with no twists. Ron Christian will serve as our guest analyst this week and Christian Giudice serves as our guest of the week. Ron will discuss the new ESPN deal struck with Al Haymon and the upcomming boxing weekend headlined by Jhonny Gonzalez vs. Gary Russell Jr. Christian Giudice is a writer who has writien acclaimed books on Roberto Duran and Alexis Arguello. Boxing news.
Discussion of the boxing world straight up with no twists. Zac Pomillio and Ron Christian are scheduled to appear. We will discuss the return of boxing to network television. Adrien Broner and Keith Thurman were the big winners of the night, but what does it mean for the future of the sport? One of boxing biggest stars, Sergey Kovalev, returns to action as he takes on Jean Pascal. This fight is taking place on Pascal's home turf. Sergey has been in this postion before and has done well, can he do it again this weekend? Boxing News.
Discussion of the boxing world straight up with no twists. John Raspanti, Pablo Cruz, Greg Haugen and Frank Zhong are scheduled to appear. John, the chief head writer of doughouseboxing.com and maxboxing.com stops by to discuss the big boxing weekend. Young boxer Pablo Cruz stops by to discuss his upcomming fight on Showbox. Greg Haugen rejoins the show to discss the big fights on the horizon and some personal news about him as a boxer, a trainer, and possibly an announcer. Whiz Kid Frank Zhong returns to make some predictions for boxings return to NBC Primetime Television. Keith Thurman headlines the card against veteran Robert Guerrero and polarizing Adrien Broner takes on John Molina. Molina participated in 2014's fight of the year, what does he have left in the tank for Broner? The guests of Zutes Boxing Talk will provide their insight. Boxing News.
Discussion of the boxing world straight up with no twists. Rocky Juarez is scheduled to open the show. Rocky will discuss his great career and what is in store for him in the future. After Rocky, hot prospect Lamont Roach Jr. will join the show. Lamont is a great talent and will discuss his passion for the sweet science. Joey Eye will stop by to talk about his unique honor, as he has been inducted in the Philadelphia Boxing hall of Fame. Joey Eye will be followed by J. Russell Peltz & Ron Christian, as Zutes Boxing Talk pays tribute to one of the greatest men to ever lace up the boxing gloves, Harold Johnson. We will also discuss the great performance of Gennady Golovkin and the major news of the now superfight Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao. Boxing News
Discussion of the boxing world straight up with no twists. John Raspanti stops by to discuss the big boxing weekend. Gennady Golovkin takes on Martin Murray and Arthur Abrham laces them up against Paul Smith; the Head Writer of Doghousboxing.com and Maxboxing.com will lend his expertise to the show. Boxers John Thompson IV, Thomas Cornflake LaManna, & Vito Gasparyan are scheduled to join the show. John & Vito are coming off big wins in the Boxcino Tournament, while Cornflake will discuss his upcomming fight, which will air on ShoBox. Very special guest Jeff Bumpus will join the show to discuss his popular memoir, Becomming Taz: Writing From The Southpaw Stance. As a boxer, Jeff competed against some of the best boxers of his time. Jeff is also a great boxing mind who loves the sweet science. Boxing News
Boxing fans across the world tuned into Super Bowl XLIX in wishful anticipation for the announcement of the fight we've all been waiting for, Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao. To no avail, wishful thinking gave way to one of the most memorable football games in Super Bowl History.
With the debut of Premier Boxing Champions on NBC right around the corner, why did Al Haymon pass up on the opportunity to promote his new endeavor to the largest audience in American television history? Host Kenny Keith looks for answers.
Al Haymon aspires to bring boxing back to the masses through network television. Can a sport as violent and corrupt as boxing survive the power of political correctness that has taken hold of the mainstream media?
Boxing finds itself in an enormous transition with endless questions to answer and many of its' most influential characters under heavy scrutiny. Will boxing thrive or will it fracture further? All of these pressing questions and much, much more on a very special Super Bowl edition of the Tale of the Tape boxing podcast on TheBoxingRant.com
Tonight at 9PM ET/6PM PT, FightSaga Radio Network presents a special "NBC's Premier Boxing Champions" edition of "Real Boxing with Ronnie Shields"!!
The elite level trainer will analyze all three scheduled bouts slated to air on mainstream television.
- Keith Thurman vs. Robert Guerrero on March 7th
- Adrien Broner vs. John Molina Jr. on March 7th
- Danny Garcia vs. Lamont Peterson on April 11th
The Houston, Texas, based boxing coach will also bring us up to speed on the rest of his talented stable of fighters at the Plex Gym!!
- Erislandy Lara
- Jermell and Jermall Charlo
- Edwin Rodriguez
- Lovett, Karl, Deloach, and Thomas
The imcomparable Mr. Shields will also share his thoughts concerning the ongoing Maywather vs. Pacquiao/Cotto soap opera, and which fight he thinks will happen on May 2nd.
Coach Ronnie will make his final prediction on this Saturday night's rubber match between Brandon Rios and Mike Alvarado, slated to go down in Denver, Colorado.
Don't miss tonight's special presentation of "Real Boxing with Ronnie Shields" on FightSaga Radio Network!!
Saturday night’s debut of the Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) on NBC was the most-watched professional boxing broadcast since 1998, according to Fast National Data from The Nielsen Company.
The PBC on NBC telecast averaged 3.4 million viewers, ranking as the most-watched professional boxing broadcast in 17 years (“Oscar De La Hoya’s Fight Night” on FOX, 5.9 million, Mon., March 23, 1998). Viewership increased every half hour through the telecast and peaked at 4.2 million from 10:30-11 p.m. ET during the exciting Rounds 7-12 of Keith Thurman’s unanimous decision over Robert Guerrero.
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