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Jun 12, 2024

Augie “Kid Vegas” Sanchez came on TheBoxingBar podcast. As a pro, he had a fan friendly style with teriffic punching power and he had a stellar amateur career. Sanchez is also remembered as the last guy to beat Floyd Mayweather Jr. in the amateurs, not counting his controversial loss in the 1996 Olympics. Today,...


Jun 9, 2024

Most of my all-time favorite boxers are punchers. Many weeks back, we had “The Knock-Out King” Randall Bailey on TheBoxingBar podcast to talk about his life and career. Ricky and I had a blast talking to him about all of his top fights and listening to his stories. Check out our interview with Randall...


May 14, 2024

For many years I followed Stephen DeBro online to read updates of a project he was working on. The project was a documentary called “18 & Grand: The Olympic Auditorium Story” about the historic venue in Los Angeles. “The Olympic” was the Madison Square Garden of the West Coast. It was built in 1925, and held...


Apr 26, 2024

In January, I had Houston’s “Sweet” Reggie Johnson on TheBoxingBar podcast. The former Middleweight and Light-heavyweight champion had a stellar career and faced many of the best fighters in those weight classes that included James Toney, Roy Jones Jr., Steve Collins, William Guthrie, Julio Gonzalez, and Antonio...


Mar 31, 2024

 Adam “Bomb” Flores was a Ventura County heavyweight prospect back in the 1990’s. It was rare but exciting to see a Latino heavyweight when the city of Oxnard had just started to make some noise in the boxing world. I first saw Flores on an undercard fight in Oxnard which featured the debut of the city’s 1996...