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Monday, March 27, 2017
On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman discusses this past Thursday's Golden Boy debut show on ESPN2, the preposterous scoring in the Jason Quigley-Glen Tapia fight, the tanking number of buys for HBO boxing pay-per-views such as the March 18 Golovkin-Jacobs card, Saturday's Jorge Linares-Anthony Crolla masterpiece, the despicable state of boxing announcing in the U.S., and what appears to be likely plans for a U.S. telecast of the April 29 Anthony Joshua-Wladimir Klitschko heavyweight title unification fight in London. We also have commentary on two deaths in the past week of boxers, and the innovative role of the community-based Arcaro Boxing Gym in Seattle, Washington.
(Photo of Jorge Linares and Anthony Crolla courtesy of Lawrence Lustig/Matchroom Sport. Photos of Jason Quigley and Glen Tapia, and Marlen Esparza and Rachel Sazoff, from Tom Hogan/Golden Boy Promotions.)
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