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LISTEN TO RINGTALK MMA HOUR!

July 7th, 2014 By Kevin Perry

RINGTALK AIRS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY AT 11AM PST.
We review the huge weekend of MMA including the UFC PPV victories for Chris Weidman and Ronda Rousey!
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LISTEN TO RINGTALK INTERVIEW WITH RAY LEONARD!

July 7th, 2014 By Kevin Perry

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HOST PEDRO FERNANDEZ INTERVIEW BOXING LEGEND SUGAR RAY LEONARD
Ringtalk is boxings longest running radio program. To listen to this interview use player above or this link below.

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LISTEN TO RINGTALK BOXING HOUR!

July 7th, 2014 By Kevin Perry

RINGTALK RADIO LONGEST RUNNING BOXING RADIO PROGRAM
We go over the sport of boxing for one hour every Sunday starting at 11am.Hour 2 is MMA.
To listen use play button above or link below.
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UFC 175 MAIN EVENT IS A THRILLER!

July 3rd, 2014 By Zak Attack

UFC FAN FEST & UFC 175 IN SIN CITY

 UFC King Chris Weidman

UFC King Chris Weidman


Los Angeles, CA- Former UFC light heavyweight (205 lb.) champion Lyoto “The Dragon” Machida (21-4) takes on current middleweight (185) king Chris “The All-American” Weidman (11-0) in the main event of UFC 175 from the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, NV on July 5, 2014 in one of the most highly-anticipated bouts of the year.

DROPPING 20 LBS. HAS WORKED FOR “THE DRAGON”

Machida has made a huge splash at middleweight in only two fights, scoring a KO 1 over “The Filipino Wrecking Machine” Mark Munoz (13-5) and pitching a near-shutout in a decision win of former Strikeforce light heavyweight champ Gegard “The Dreamcatcher” Mousasi. Weidman’s resume includes a brutal KO 2 over Munoz and two second-round finishes of the fighter many consider to be the greatest of all time, Anderson “The Spider” Silva (33-6).

SOME FANS LIVE IN “FOG OF LEGENDS”

Many naysayers still claim that Weidman’s wins over Silva are somehow flukes, and this is a great opportunity for him to silence those critics. I say if you do something twice, that ain’t a fluke. I appreciate Anderson’s career as much as anyone, but Weidman whooped him twice. This is a 51-49 fight in my opinion, meaning that if you put a gun to my head, I’d pick Machida.

RONDA ROUSEY LOOKS TO “DESTROY” ANOTHER FOE

In the co-feature, women’s bantamweight (135) champion Ronda Rousey (9-0) defends READ MORE…

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LISTEN TO RINGTALK SUNDAY MMA HOUR!

July 3rd, 2014 By Kevin Perry

RINGTALK RADIO GIOES LIVE FOR 2 HOURS EVERY SUNDAY AT 11AM
Pedro Fernandez and guests talk the world of MMA and UFC. Ringtalk radio worldwide is boxings longest running radio program and is live every Saturday and Sunday at 11am PST. You can also follow and or subscribe to our show on iheart radio with this link. http://www.iheart.com/talk/show/Ring-Talk-Radio/
To listen to the show use the browser above or the link below if you are on a mobile device.
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TERENCE CRAWFORD-YURI GAMBOA “POST MORTEM”

June 30th, 2014 By Pedro Fernandez

GAMBOA CAREER AN INDICTMENT OF 50 CENT

Photo Illustrates Size Difference

Photo Illustrates Size Difference


San Francisco, CA- There is nothing like a boxing match between two undefeated world class fighters and this past Saturday HBO offered up Terence Crawford-Yuri Gamboa in a WBO lightweight (135 lb.) affair emanating from Omaha, Nebraska. Crawford, the hometown hero had a better than 3-inch height advantage over Cuban national Gamboa.

WEIGH IN WAS “TELLING” IN MY MIND

Upon my gazing at the weigh in, I at once noticed the size advantage not only in height, but in body mass. When you look at Gamboa he had the smaller in the arms, chest, shoulders, Crawford (whose spectacular we’ll get to in a second) was at least one weight division, if not two weight classes bigger than Yuri Gamboa.

OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALIST NEVER BEFORE “UNDERDOG”

While the odds were on the side of Crawford, there were “wise guys” who thought Yuri was the better fighter and I know one that backed him with an envelope of cash. Never before in a fight, be it amateur or professional, was the Olympic Gold medalist ever an underdog.

CRAWFORD HAD YURI ON STRING LIKE “YO YO” READ MORE…

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LISTEN TO RINGTALK BOXING HOUR

June 30th, 2014 By Kevin Perry

SUNDAYS SHOW LOOKS AT HBO CARD

Review of Terrence Crawford’s outstanding win in his hometown of Omaha vs Yuri Gamboa. Ringtalk radio worldwide is boxings longest running radio program. To listen use browser above.Or click this link.

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KP BREAKS DOWN CRAWFORD VS GAMBOA

June 27th, 2014 By Kevin Perry

2004 GOLD MEDAL WINNER YURI GAMBOA FACES TERENCE CRAWFORD IN HIS HOMETOWN

Las Vegas, NV- Gaps of inactivity have hampered the ascension and career of former 126lb champion Yuriorkis Gamboa ( 23-0, 16 KOs). Now promoted by Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, a superstar rapper and business entrepreneur, Gamboa faces his biggest test at 135lbs, WBO champion Terence Crawford (23-0, 16 KOs) on Saturday.

Yuri Gamboa

Yuri Gamboa

Both have identical records but took completely different paths to achieve success. Crawford is a native of Omaha, Nebraska, where the bout will take place live on HBO. The naturally bigger man has tested the waters at 140lbs in one of his biggest victories, a one-sided rout over tough journeyman Breidis Prescott (27-5, 20 KOs). He earned the title in his last effort, a decisive victory over Ricky Burns (23-3-1, 11 KOs), beating him in Burn’s home country of Scotland. Gamboa on the other hand has only had 2 fights in the two previous years .

IS GAMBOA STILL A GREAT TALENT?

Question marks remain as the Cuban amateur star was a monster at 126lbs. Ultra explosive, fast, dynamic and powerful are a few words to describe how he chose to go about his business. After stopping Jorge Solis (41-2-2 at the time) in 4 one sided rounds in 2011, Solis declared that Gamboa was the hardest puncher he had ever faced. That’s remarkable when you consider that he was stopped by Manny Pacquiao almost four years earlier when Manny was on his tear through the same division. If Gamboa can still crack at 135lbs, this bout becomes even more interesting.

SLIGHT EDGE GOES TO CRAWFORD READ MORE…

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LISTEN TO RINGTALK MMA HOUR!

June 25th, 2014 By Kevin Perry

AN OVERVIEW OF THE PAST WEEKS ACTION IN MMA

In our 29th year of radio, listen and see why “Ring Talk is often imitated, but never duplicated.” CLICK on the black arrow in the silver box above or hit the play button.

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LISTEN TO RINGTALK BOXING HOUR

June 25th, 2014 By Kevin Perry

WEEKEND REVIEW OF BOXING ACTION

We discuss Vasiyl Lomechenko’s dominant win overt Gary Russell. In our 29th year of radio, listen and see why “Ring Talk is often imitated, but never duplicated.” CLICK on the black arrow in the silver box above or hit the play button.

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RING TALK RADIO & TONY “THE TIGER” LOPEZ

June 21st, 2014 By Pedro Fernandez

LOPEZ A CHAMP IN LIFE & RING

Tony-Lopez (2014)

Tony-Lopez (2014)


San Francisco, CA- For three time and two division champion Tony “The Tiger” Lopez, life is truly an evolving experience. His time after boxing has been good as he got into the now nationwide Tony “The Tiger” Bail Bonds of Sacramento, CA. Having done well in getting folks out of the slam and then catching them when they go “on the run,” El Tigre” has been in three Hollywood flicks and is poised for his biggest role yet late this year.

“THE TIGER” ON “PUNCH DRINK” QUESTION

One of the best interviews period, Lopez, 51, is blunt and direct in answering questions, including those about “punch drunk” fighters and why he escaped boxing with all of his faculties. We cover an array of subjects on boxing, life in general, his popularity in South Africa and time spent with Nelson Mandela and lots more. In our 29th year of radio, listen and see why “Ring Talk is often imitated, but never duplicated.” CLICK on the black arrow in the silver box above or hit the play button.

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SHOWTIME SATURDAY: VASYL LOMACHENKO VS GARY RUSSELL

June 20th, 2014 By Pedro Fernandez

LOTS OF WEEKEND MATCHES ONLY ONE FIGHT!

Vasyl Lomachenko

Vasyl Lomachenko


San Francisco, CA- Although Gary Russell is with boxing’s most powerful agent/adviser/promoter Al Haymon, he is not a Seth Mitchell, nor is he the next coming of “Sugar Ray” Leonard. But you might think that if you listened to the HBO cheerleaders, most notably Max Kellerman who claimed aloud, “He has the fastest hands in boxing,” this after the unbeaten Russell launched a series of shots against a semi-stiff who just stood there because he didn’t know how to do anything else.

RUSSELL HAS FAST HANDS & AL HAYMON

Looking at the Russell resume through 24 fights and 14 KOs, the best guy he probably beat was the shot (seven years ago) ex-flyweight champ from Colombia Mauricio Pastrana. He went six and to the cards in 2011 against Adollo Landeros (21-18 at time), the same Mexican fodder that World 122 lb. champ Guillermo Rigondeaux knocked out in less than a minute a year earlier.

FACING ONE OF GREATEST AMATEURS EVER

Vasyl Lomachenko got hoodwinked in March by Orlando Salido. The then WBO 126 lb. guy, Salido came in purposely I felt overweight and refused to even attempt to shed the two pounds and change. But that was a tactic to walk into the ring near 140 lbs. and manhandle Vasyl Lomachenko, the two time Olympic champ. Salido did and he would up a Split Decision 12 winner over the favored Ukrainian.

VASYL GOES FROM STOVE TOP TO OVEN? READ MORE…

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DID MIKE TYSON BULLY DANA WHITE?

June 18th, 2014 By Pedro Fernandez

MIKE TYSON-DANA WHITE VIDEO TRENDING ONLINE

Dana White & Mike Tyson

Dana White & Mike Tyson


San Francisco, CA- One of the hottest stories at Yahoo.com right now is a video with former world heavyweight champion Mike Tyson and UFC President Dana White. The article and accompanying video are insinuating that this was real when it wasn’t.

FIRST HINT UFC PRIVATE PLANE

The UFC’s parent company Zuffa Sports are owned primarily by Lorenzo and Frank Fertitta, who also own the Station Casinos in Nevada. Dana White has 10% of the UFC and the country of Dubai has 12%. They have a fleet of private jets. The video was shot on Dana’s plane.

SECOND HINT PEOPLE LAUGHING

In the background you see a guy laughing. This was a “worked” stunt much professional wrestling. It’s good to see Tyson hanging with Dana and having fun. But it was an act!

CAN’T GET MIKE PISSED OFF SO EASY READ MORE…

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LISTEN TO RINGTALK BOXING HOUR!

June 17th, 2014 By Kevin Perry

SUNDAYS SHOW LOOKS AT HBO CARD

Writer and webmaster Kevin Perry is our guest. Mr, Perry and Host Pedro Fernandez discuss the weekends action,including Chris Algieri’s upset win over Ruslan Provodnikov. Ringtalk radio worldwide is boxings longest running radio program. To listen use browser above.Or click this link.

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WAS RUSLAN PROVODNIKOV SIMPLY OVERRATED?

June 16th, 2014 By Pedro Fernandez

ONE DIMENSIONAL RUSLAN EXPOSED SOMEWHAT

Rocky's Claim To Fame Losing to Bradley

Rocky Losing to Bradley


San Francisco, CA- For the second week in a row, one of the “thought to be” best boxers in the world was dethroned as Ruslan Provodnikov dropped a split decision and the WBO 140 lb. trinket to upstart Chris Algieri. Now while we must give props to Long Island’s Algieri, unbeaten now in 20 contests with 8 KOs, but truth be told were we giving Provodnikov (23-3, 16 KOs) too much credit?

CLAIM TO FAME A LOSS TO BRADLEY

I mean outside of losing to Tim Bradley and besting a weight drained Mike Alvarado, what has Ruslan done that enamored him with both boxing fans and the media. Answer? Nothing! Whomever was doing the public relations for Provodnikov needs some credit here because when you look at his resume it is full of guys like the 37-18 DeMarcus Corley , that and he lost to Mauricio Herrera.

TWO LOCAL JUDGES WENT LOCAL READ MORE…

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