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Sunday, December 21, 2008
On this week's edition of SecondsOut Radio, host Eddie Goldman opens by serving up a volley of boos to the judges in the Nikolai Valuev-Evander Holyfield fight, to writers from Yahoo and Sports Illustrated, and to the American television networks for failing to make easily accessible and available the many major fights of interest which took place this past weekend.
In our main interview segment, we speak with the award-winning boxing writer and author, Thomas Hauser of SecondsOut.com. In a lengthy discussion, we touch on numerous topics, including on the recent merger between SecondsOut.com and MaxBoxing.com, the growth of piracy of televised boxing shows on the Internet, the flawed economic model of boxing which places major reliance on pay-per-views, the responsibility of boxing journalists and problems faced by them, a new controversy in the Boxing Writers Association of America, and much more.
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