Today we have two guests w/ a seamless transition.
The first guest is Jesse Huerta of Dreamland Boxing who remembers David "Sarge" Neeleman, the co-founder of Dreamland Boxing along with his wife, Maria and remember the legacy of Sarge with in the Bay Area boxing community. Huerta also talks about Dreamland Boxing moving forward and some of the fighters coming out of the gym. For more information about the gym please visit Dreamlandboxing.org or to help pay for the funeral expenses please donate here http://www.gofundme.com/ykg6pb8r
We then our joined by junior middleweight Ricardo Pinell who will before the year is over, but he is not talking about himself, more so just hanging out and kicking it talking about the fights this weekend and more. Pinell is highly talented professional boxer who had to learn on the job with only 30 or so amateur fights. You can follow him on Twitter @RicardoPinell
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So we had no fights of note to talk about prop bets, lines or observations on so instead we talked a bit about Haymon and also about Tim Bradley. Listen as Mark and Mike, The TMT Twins, who are now a part of the LukieBoxing family as well as editions to ITRBoxing.com, when Lukie stops being and gets them hooked up.
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Mike Moreno joins the gang once again as we talk about the club shows on Friday and then the HBO card on Saturday. It was what it was with little to get excited about this weekend in terms of boxing excitement.
Gabriel Flores Sr. (sometimes accredited as Gabe Flores Sr.) talks about Andy Vences' performance on Fox Sports 1, his son Gabriel Flores Jr., Ruben Villa making the Olympic qualifiers, Angel Cordon Jr. winning the Junior Olympics, Harley Mederos, Brent Venegas as well as some Bradley vs. Vargas talk.
The Beeb Show is back in your life to end the month of May and boy do we have a lot to talk about. We talk Amir Khan versus Chris Algieri, John David Jackson and Virgil Hunter, the whole Sky Sports card, the status of 130 lbs. division and lightweight division, Robert Guerrero, NBC PBC card and finally Miguel Cotto.
You can't miss this episode.
Jose Haro is a name you may just have to get use to as after an upset win over Efrain Esquivias aka the guy who sent Rafael Marquez into retirement, it seems he may just be headed to big stage with Thompson Boxing. The story doesn't just end their as Esquivias missed weight by a massive amount as well as.