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Tuesday, September 8th, at 9PM ET/6PM PT, "War a Week" Radio presents an exclusive "Mayweather/Berto groupon" edition of "Real Boxing" with elite level trainer Ronnie Shields!!
To kick off this evening's 90 minute program, the prolific fight coach will size up this week's festivities in California, Nevada, Quebec, and Connecticut!!
- Trout vs. Hernandez, Sept. 8th on Fox Sports 1
- Stevenson vs. Karpency, Sept. 11th on Spike TV
- Valdez vs. Avalos, Sept. 11th on TruTV
- Bundrage vs. Charlo, Sept. 12th on NBC
- Quillin vs. Zerafa, Sept. 12th on NBC
- Mayweather Jr. vs. Berto, Sept. 12th on Showtime PPV
- Jack vs. Groves, Sept. 12th on Showtime PPV
- Martinez vs. Salido, Sept. 12th on Showtime PPV
- Martirosyan vs. Smith, Sept. 12th on Showtime PPV?
Coach Ronnie will also play a little "Fact or Fiction" for tonight's listen audience!!
- Are slow Mayweather/Berto ticket sales an indication of what PPV numbers will be like on Saturday, Sept. 12th?
- Will Manny Pacquiao fight 3 more times before calling it quits?
- Will there be a 3rd bout between McDonnell and Kameda?
- Is George Groves damaged goods?
- Will Lennox Lewis come out of retirement at age 50 to teach Tyson Fury a lesson?
Tune in to an all-new edition of Real Boxing with Ronnie Shields!!
The boxing history podcast is back!
Once more Compubox operator and fight historian Aris Pina joins Patrick Connor of The Fight City to talk boxing and it's long, convoluted and wonderful history. This week on the show, Aris and Patrick discuss the happenings of fights that happened during or around the second week of October in history.
From Tommy Sullivan vs Abe Attell for the featherweight title in 1904; to Henry Armstrong vs Al Manfredo for the welterweight title in 1939; to Alexis Arguello's defense of a featherweight belt over Royal Kobayashi in 1975; and back to Sam Langford vs Sam McVey V (one of their 15 fights total) for the "negro" heavyweight title in 1912... There is no era that's off limits.
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Heather "The Heat" Hardy joins Team LeftJab Boxing Radio to discuss her rematch December 5 at The Barclays Center against Noemi Bosques.Hardy talks about the first fight against Bosques in May that resulted in a split decision although most felt Hardy won decisively.We get Heather's thoughts on giving Bosques the rematch and what she thinks will be different in this fight.Hardy also gives her thoughts on Alicia Ashley's historic win over Christina McMahon to make her the oldest female world champion and the state of women's boxing going into 2016.Heather also gives her take on Ronda Rousey and the controversy of her being on The Ring Magazine cover and she gives an honest opinion of Oscar De La Hoya's aspiration to promote women's boxing.
Discussion of the boxing world straight up with no twists. Preview of the Super Fight between Saul Alvarez VS. Miguel Cotto. John Raspanti, Ron Christian, Carlos Palomino, Lanardo Tyner, Austin Trout & Jeff Bumpus are scheduled to appear. John and Ron are some of the smartest men covering boxing today and they will open the show and give their take on the fight. Carlos Palomino is a true boxing legend and he is prepared to give his view of this Mexican VS. Puerto Rican rivalry. Lanardo Tyner knows Canelo very well and he will share his thoughts on the big battle. Austin Trout fought both of these great champions and is prepared to provide us with a prediction. Jeff Bumpus closes the show with his spot on analysis & prediction. Zutes Boxing Talk will dissect this superfight with the help of an all-star line up of great boxing minds!
Anthony George A.K.A 'Zute' Hosts RingNews24 Boxing Radio: The boxing show where we bring you the sweet science straight up with no twists. Gene Aguilera is this weeks guest analyst. Gene is the author of Mexican American Boxing in Los Angeles (Images of America) and he will give his take on the Canelo Alvarez VS. Miguel Cotto Showdown, and what the fight added to the Mexican VS. Puerto Rican rivalry. Light Heavyweight Champion Eddie Mustafa Muhammad will be our featured guest and he will pay special tribute to the Great Bob Foster. Ron Christian will also stop by to pay his respects to Bob Foster, as well as give his take on Canelo's victory. The Ringside With Jeff Bumpus segment will feature Boxer and Author, Jeff Bumpus, analyzing Saturday's Big Fight and offer a prediction for the upcomming Heavyweight Showdown: Wladimir Klitschko VS. Tyson Fury. RingNews24 Boxing Radio will fill your plate way before The Thanksgiving Holiday; so be sure to make room!
With Miguel Cotto vs Saul "Canelo" Alvarez upon us, in a historical sense, it's now time to reflect upon the one of the greatest of all sports rivalries: Mexico vs Puerto Rico in boxing.
The feud goes back roughly 80 years and is tied to fights of various magnitude, and some of the best fighters ever to come out of both Mexico and Puerto Rico participated. From Julio Cesar Chavez and Salvador Sanchez, to Sixto Escobar and Felix Trinidad.
On this week's boxing history offering from Top Men Boxing Radio, Compubox operator and historian Aris Pina and Patrick Connor of The Fight City will wind through all of history's twists and turns when it comes to this great rivalry.
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Zute will be hosting two hours of boxing straight up with no twists. John Raspanti, Wilkins Santiago, Thomas Falowo & Jeff Bumpus are scheduled to appear. Lead Chief Writer of Maxboxing.com & Doghouseboxing.com, John Raspnati, will serve as this weeks co-host and will provide us with his thoughts on the Timothy Bradley VS. Brandon Rios showdown. Boxers Wilkins Santiago & Thomas Falowo will join the show and talk about the next step in their active careers. Wilkins is a hidden talent fighting his way to the next level & Thomas has a big rematch scheduled Saturday night against Russell Lamour. The show ends as we go Ringside With Bumpus; California Boxing Hall of Fame Member, and successful author, Jeff Bumpus, serves as our closer and will analyze the performance of Timothy Bradley, the importance of being the A-side as a fighter, and the return of Zab Judah.
Newly Crowned WBC World Female Super Bantamweight Champion Alicia Ashley joins Team LeftJab Boxing Radio to discuss her win over Christina McMahon & give a few thoughts on the state of women's boxing.Ashley takes us back to the win last week that not only once again made her a world champion but put her in the Gunniess Book Of World Records for a second time as the oldest Female World Champion in boxing.We also talk to Alicia about the state of women's boxing and get her thoughts on how it looks going into 2016 and why with all the new TV stations covering boxing we still don't see women's boxing televised.Ashley also gives her take on Ronda Rousey,Oscar De La Hoya's sudden interest in bringing Rousey to boxing & how MMA/UFC promotes their female stars.
Quick. Name five successful fighters not based in or from large metropolitan areas. Actually there are quite a few, so if you couldn't name any... Well, let's just say you're making a good call listening to the best boxing history podcast around.
From Virgil Hill to Bob Foster, many fighters became famous or gained a following despite hailing from small towns, or even just places one wouldn't normally associated with boxing. Even Terence Crawford, who fights Dierry Jean this weekend on HBO, is from Omaha, Nebraska. While the Midwest has indeed produced many great fighters, Nebraska isn't exactly a hotbed, yet Crawford has built a respectable following. See what we mean?
This week on the boxing history edition of Top Men, Aris Pina of Compubox and The Fight City's Patrick Connor run down the list of these small town or out-of-the-way fighters.
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Discussion of the boxing world straight up with no twists. Ron Christain is the guest co-host. Ron is a very talented boxing announcer and a great boxing mind. We will discuss the middleweight division in boxing, and Ron will give his take on the showdown between Timothy Bradley & Brandon Rios. Our featured guest is Regis Prograis. Regis is coming off of a great victory against Amos Cowart, on ShoBox, and will be back in action on December 11th on the same network. The show closes with California Boxing Hall of Famer Jeff Bumpus. Jeff is one of the smartest and passionate boxing minds out there and he will give his take on the PBC, as well as a prediction of Bradley VS. Rios. An action packed show packaging the sweet science as straight up and honest as you can get!
After more than two years of carrying on this Mickey Mouse operation, we've decided to add a new feature to the show! Apart from our usual pre-fight and post-fight discussions, Aris Pina of Compubox will join Patrick Connor of The Fight City for some boxing history discussion.
In our inaugural episode, in honor of Deontay Wilder's upcoming defense of the WBC heavyweight belt against Johann Duhaupas, the fight history nerds discuss the list of the biggest punchers the heavyweight division has ever seen. While Wilder still has much to prove, his 34-0 record that includes 33 knockouts shouldn't be quickly dismissed.
Who are heavyweight's biggest punchers? Do any heavyweights of recent years compare to the hardest punchers ever? Would would reign supreme among them?
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