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Dedication: Army SSgt Chris Engeldrum, 39, of Bronx, N.Y. and Army Spc. Wilfredo F. Urbina, 29, of Baldwin, N.Y., Died November 29, 2004 Serving During Operation Iraqi Freedom, assigned to 1st Battalion, 69th Infantry Regiment, New York Army National Guard, New York City; killed Nov. 29 when their military vehicle struck an improvised explosive device in Baghdad.
Southern Sense is a show of conservative talk on news and events, with Annie "The Radio Chick" Ubelis as host and as co-host.
Guest: John Byrnes, Concerned Veterans For America, http://cv4a.org/
John Byrnes is the Concerned Veterans for America field representative for North Carolina. He served as a Marine non-commissioned officer and now serves in the Army National Guard. He responded to the September 11 attacks in New York City, and deployed to Iraq in 2004 and Afghanistan in 2008.
Simply put, CVA’s mission is to advocate for policies that will preserve the freedom and liberty that we and our families so proudly fought and sacrificed to defend.
The goal of Concerned Veterans for America is to translate the experience, concerns and hopes unique to veterans and their families into a common vision of freedom. We apply this unique perspective to speak out on issues that threaten to cripple not only our economic and national security, but the spirit of opportunity and liberty that all Americans cherish.
Informative, fun, irreverent and politically incorrect, you never know where we'll go, but you'll love the journey!
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GOMEZ VS CARLOS ZARATE 10/28/78
GOMEZ VS JUAN MEZA 3/27/82
GOMEZ VS JUAN LAPORTE 3/31/84
Join us for another packed edition of Tha Boxing Voice! We will be live with Wilfredo Vazquez Jr., who is coming off of a win over Jonathan Oquendo after his loss to philippine sensation Nonito Donaire. As usual we will be asking the questions you want answers to!
Rico Ramos, the super bantamweight contendor, will also be joining us! With an upcoming fight against Ronny Ramos, we will be checking in on training camp and getting to know more about "Suavecito"!
Another guest we will have live is Randy Caballero, the undefeated bantamweight prospect. Although scheduled to fight in january, with no opponet schedueled, tune in to see if there are any hints as to who it might be, and what else might be in this brigh prospects future!
Wilfredo Gomez vs Lupe Pintor (1982) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aw4APZuTpBM
Antonio Avelar vs Wilfredo Vazquez (1986) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNxfiuRzN_c
Roberto Duran vs Iran Barkley (1989) http://youtu.be/WyjEUp1yVjU
Cletus "The Hebew Hammer" Seldin stops by Team LeftJab Boxing Radio to talk about his impressive start to his career and what's next.Seldin is known for his powerful knockouts and despite a shoulder injury last year,he is back better than ever.Seldin is a top prospect from Long Island and is quickly becoming a must see at The Paramount in Huntington,Long Island.
Joe DeGuardia's Star Boxing has announced an action packed co-feature for the the ESPN Friday Night Fights event set for July 18th at The Paramount in Huntington, New York as Long Island fan favorite Cletus "The Hebrew Hammer" Seldin faces veteran Bayan "The Mongolian Mongoose" Jargal in an eight round junior welterweight battle.
Known for his stunning knockout power in each hand the 27-year-old Seldin has become one of the most popular fighters in the New York City area while building an undefeated record of 13-0-0 with ten knockouts.
Most recently, Seldin thrilled the packed house at The Paramount on April 24th with a devastating seventh round stoppage of Wilfredo Acuna.
Sporting a battle tested record of 17-5-3 with 11KO's; Mongolian born Jargal has faced numerous world champions and ranked contenders including Chris Algieri, Zahir Raheem, Breidis Prescott and Eric Aiken.
"Jargal gave Algieri a very tough fight here at The Paramount in 2011, this is his first time back and I'm sure he'll be well prepared and looking to upset Seldin" said DeGuardia.
th time fighting at The Paramount where he has performed in front of standing room only crowds each time therefore I would strongly encourage fans to purchase their tickets in advance."
Deltona Elections 2010 is underway. Deltona Jamie interviews Fred Lowry and Wilfredo Sanchez are running for Deltona City Commission District 5. Six individuals are running for this Commission seat. We are limiting our interviews tonight to two candidates. We will be inviting other candidates to join us in future shows.
GREAT PERFORMANCES #17: AZUMAH "THE PROFESSOR" NELSON
NELSON VS WILFREDO GOMEZ 12/8/84
NELSON VS GABE RUELAS II 12/1/95
NELSON VS JESSE JAMES LEIJA III 6/1/96
Jay Rodriguez is a Grammy Nominated Saxophonist, Flautist, Clarinetist, Film Composer, Producer and Arranger. He was born Hernan Ramiro Rodriguez-Sierra in the coastal port city of Barranquilla Colombia on September 17, 1967. His family immigrated to NYC when he was 3 in 1970. He commenced his musical studies at the age of 7 on clarinet. When he turned 10 he began studying alto saxophone and conducting with Tito D Rivera (Father of the famed Paquito D’Rivera ). Mr Tito D Rivera was a famed Classical saxophonist of his generation. By the time Jay turned 12, he had begun studying saxophone with Joe Allard. Other teachers included Saxophonist/flautist – Jesus Garcia, Mark Friedman, Kenny Hitchcock, and Emile De Cosmo. At 13 Paquito D Rivera would take Jay to sit in and play with him around town. He featured him as a guest soloist at the famed Salsa Meets Jazz concerts at the then well known Village Gate. There he met Jazz legends like Stanley Turrentine, Ray Barretto, Tito Puente, Victor Venegas and Dizzy Gillespie to name a few. He went on to work with the well known Jazz and Latin artists like Wilfredo Vargas, Bross Townsend, Vincente Pacheco, Celia Cruz, Jose Alberto, Candido and many more. At 14 he was chosen to attend the High School for the Performing Arts (now known as La Guardia) in NYC at the time located on 46th st. His classmates at the time included Billy Charlap, Jon Gordon, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Robinson.
Last week, Chicago Humboldt Park senior pastor, Wilfredo de Jesus of New Life Covenant Church announced he is entering the run for Chicago mayor. Some have asked how money, politics and religion can intertwine for a positive solution and if they ever should. Others feel that faith, business and politics should have clearly defined lines that should never be crossed. Where does the answer to stopping violence, recovering from economic disaster and overhauling an educational system that is not preparing a community for a changing world come from? Wilfredo de Jesus will share his answers on the next episode of the Making God First Monday Show on Money Smart Radio. Join the conversation and hear from a man who has experienced both the joy and sorrow of living, working and growing-up in Humboldt Park to leading one of the nation's fastest growing and largest churches in America.
Legendary scribe and sportscaster,Dr.M.Lee"Doc" Stanley takes to the airwaves once again with his renowned and legendary radio show,the award winning,"Sports In Depth.'
Doc and Lady ''A'',bring you,'The Boxing Way With Lady A',that special much acclaimed,requested and clamored for boxing segement with the world's most foremost female boxing authority,the lovely and legendary,'Lady A'.
Also Doc,Lady'' A'',''Double Barrel'' Harold Weston Jr. and Mel"Cosell"Smith Jr.,AKA 'Lil Coco",will get an on site live report from the iconic Gleasons' gym.
From the legendary Sports Director of BCAC sports,the renowned,Mike"The Bellamy Boxing Report" Bellamy. Bellamy was the first African-American high shool quarterback in Staten Island football history.
Bellamy gives Doc and posse the latest 411 on this years GG finals.Then Doc and posse interview the subnovice 2012 114 pound Golden Gloves champion,Jordan Rodriguez .Who with his big win tonight at Gleasons' is now heading back into the finals in the now open divison.
And this year for the first time,the Golden Gloves Finals will be held not at the"Temple of Boxing"(Don King),Madison Square Garden but for the first time ever at the new Barclay Center, in the historic Borough of Brooklyn.
In the eve where Wilfredo Vazquez Jr and Ivan Calderon both get ready for their respective showdowns this weekend we analyse the immidiete and long-term future of Boxing in Puerto Rico
Puerto Rican Fighter Orlando Cruz announces that he's gay. In a Machismo world like boxing, how will this, if at all, impact his career?