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  • 00:11

    Milling About with Sugar Ray Leonard

    in Entertainment

    Boxing champ Sugar Ray Leonard joins host Robin Milling to talk about life in and outside the ring.
    Leonard talks about training movie star Hugh Jackman with all the right moves for Real Steel, giving him an A+ for his jaw smashing punch to WWE fighter Dolph Ziggler.
    Ray also tells Robin about his memoirs and what inspired him to write them.

  • 00:42

    GREATEST PERFORMANCES #9: SUGAR RAY LEONARD

    in Sports

    LEONARD VS BENITEZ 11/30/79http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOCePnEJNYQ30 FOR 30 DOCUMENTARY: NO MAS  http://slumz.boxden.com/f16/espn-30-30-no-mas-watch-here-video-1990054/LEONARD VS DURAN 2  11/25/80http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGbP1lwLYSE

  • 00:47

    Sports Business Radio with Sugar Ray Leonard

    in Sports


    Sugar Ray Leonard - Boxing legend joins us to discuss his compelling career inside the ring as well as his success outside the ring doing commercials, movies and being actively involved in the community. We also discuss an epic final night of the regular season for Major League Baseball with Maury Brown of the BizofBaseball.com.

  • 00:31

    Tear Up Topic Tuesday- Sugar Ray Leonard/Rice Gets Busted

    in Motivation

    Did the NFL hold out on everyone in the Domestic Violence incident surrounding Baltimore Ravens back Ray Rice? How egregious is that video released yesterday? Call in to discuss it with us on Tear Up Topic Tuesday! >> (516) 387-1755 <<

  • 00:46

    Guest:Donny LaLonde Former Light Heavyweight Champion of the World!

    in Sports

    Our guest tonight is Donny Lalonde, Donny won the light heavyweight championship with a second round ko of champion Eddie Davis. Defended his title with a fifth round ko over Leslie Stewart. What followed was a memorable battle with the legendary Sugar Ray Leonard, lalonde won the first 5 rounds including knocking Leonard down in the fourth round.LaLonde now runs the TKOOO foundation to help retired boxers and is a big advocate of naturopathic medicine. Call in to speak to the champ 347-237-439

  • 00:37

    GREATEST PERFORMANCES #29: TERRIBLE TERRY NORRIS

    in Sports

    World Championship Boxing is Back!! And in this episode, we discuss TERRIBLE TERRY NORRIS and three of his GREATEST PERFORMANCES.


    World Championship Boxing on Twitter: @fightingnetwork

  • 02:10

    Religion Means Alive: Bro. Marad Mohammed

    in Religion

    Today on Religion Means Alive the Greatest Boxing Promoter of All Time Marad Mohammed will be further elaborating on his perspectives of the entertainment industry as well as the business industry. He will also be talking about his business dealings with a lot Boxing’s business stars such as Manny Pacquiou, Sugar Ray Leonard as well as his opinion on last Sundays major fight The Floyd "Money" Mayweather v. Manny "Pac Man" Pacquiou fight coming up soon. Bro. Marad Mohammed will also be talking about a lot the events going on in this country culturally as well as socially.

  • 01:30

    Sugar Ray Leonard, Titans Nate Washington Thurs. 8PM

    in Sports





    Thursday night, join us 8 PM EST as we welcome to the show one of the greatest fighters in boxing history, Sugar Ray Leonard to discuss all the projects he has been busy working on, the current state of boxing and the rise of the UFC. We will also get you set for the start of long overdue NBA finals between the Lakers and Celtics and take a stroll through all of the latest and breaking MLB news. Is Colorado Rockies pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez the second coming of Pedro Martinez? Are the Braves a legit contender? And lastly, we will be joined by Tennessee Titans wide receiver, Nate Washington. We will find out what the team needs to get back into the Super Bowl, how Vince Young rallied the troops last year, and what the status is on Chris Johnson’s contract dispute. Listen live, call in toll free 1 (877) 217-4130 or catch/download the pod cast. SPORTS, LAUGHS AND THE TOP ATHLETES ARE ALL FOUND HERE EVERY TUESDAY 9 PM EST, THURSDAY 9 PM EST AND SUNDAY 7PM EST. Big Time Interviews, Athletes, and Attitude!

  • 00:12

    Sugar Ray Leonard

    in History

    The Olympic gold medal winner, who was the first boxer to earn more than $100 million in purses, reflects on his philanthropic efforts. “I’ve done a lot of work in conjunction with various charities, just trying to give service, lend a hand, use whatever celebrity I have to make that awareness,” he tells Bottom Line Sports Show hosts Gerald Brown and Jonathan Foy. “I just kicked off my foundation, in Santa Monica, here in California. It benefits Juvenile Diabetes research, trying to find not just a patch or a band-aid, but a cure to this disease… It’s just a great thing to give back and make a difference.”


  • 02:10

    Religion Means Alive: Bro Marad Mohammed

    in Religion

    Today on Religion Means Alive the Greatest Boxing Promoter of All Time Marad Mohammed will be further elaborating on his perspectives of the entertainment industry as well as the business industry. He will also be talking about his business dealings with a lot Boxing’s business stars such as Manny Pacquiou, Sugar Ray Leonard as well as his opinion on last Sundays major fight The Floyd "Money" Mayweather v. Manny "Pac Man" Pacquiou fight coming up soon. Bro. Marad Mohammed will also be talking about a lot the events going on in this country culturally as well as socially.

  • 00:26

    Boxing vs MMA

    in Radio

    I admit it I am biased I'm a boxing fan. I grew up watching the sport with my conspiracy crazed uncle Glenn. I watched Muhammad Ali at tail end of his great career. I also remember other great fighters such as Sugar Ray Leonard,"Marvelous" Marvin Hagler, Tommy "the Hitman" Hearns, Roberto Duran as well As Larry Holmes and later on Mike Tyson. I used to save my coins to purchase K.O  magazine. boxing always appealed to me.  It gave me great entertainment there is such a beauty to it especially when I see a boxer get knocked to the canvas and eyes rolled back.  MMA on the other hand has started gaining steam its history is not as detailed but, some think it's better than the sweet science. The fights take place in a mad Max thunder dome type of setting chain linked fence octagon.  I think it's a fad. I don't get why it gets so much love from crazy fans call in and explain this fad to me