LAS VEGAS, NV (July 29, 2015) — Rich Marotta, the president and chief executive officer of the Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame, announced Wednesday that Academy Award-nominated actress Rosie Perez and International Boxing Hall of Fame broadcaster Al Bernstein will serve as the Master of Ceremonies for the third annual Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame induction dinner on Saturday, August 8, at Caesars Palace. Continue reading
Hall of Fame boxing announcer Al Bernstein will serve as play by play announcer and host of the telecast of the Four State Franchise Boxing Show on Saturday, May 30 at the Buffalo Run Casino in Miami, Oklahoma. The syndicated broadcast will air on over the air television stations and on Cox cable throughout a number of Midwest states including Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma. Continue reading
For the second straight year Hall Of Fame Boxing Broadcaster Al Bernstein will make a special appearance at the United States Intercollegiate Boxing Championships on April 11 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Bernstein who is a big supporter of USIBA said, “this organization has given college men and women an outlet to participate in boxing and I am happy to help focus attention on these talented young athletes.” Continue reading
Hall of Fame Boxing Announcer Al Bernstein will serve as analyst on the ITV telecast of the Carl Frampton-Chris Avalos super bantamweight championship fight on Saturday, Feb. 28. This will be Al’s first appearance as a boxing announcer on ITV, one of England’s major terrestrial networks. This match signals the return of boxing to ITV for the first time since 2008. The main event will be shown on ITV and undercards fights will air on ITV4. Continue reading
Hall of fame Boxing Announcer Al Bernstein will return to British television on Saturday, February 21, when he serves as ringside analyst on the Channel 5 telecast of the middleweight title match between Gennady Golovkin and Martin Murray. Channel 5 is seen throughout the United Kingdom and Bernstein has been serving as a boxing analyst on that network since 2011. Continue reading
Hall of Fame Boxing announcer Al Bernstein returns to the airwaves in the United Kingdom on the November 8 Channel 5 broadcast of the MaxiNutrition Light Heavyweight final between Bob Ajisafe and Travis Dickinson. Al will call the action with Dave Farrar at ringside and host Mark Pougatch.
Hall of Fame boxing announcer Al Bernstein continues his series of live Boxing Hangouts on January 15 (7:30 p.m. EST) and January 24 (6:30 p.m. EST) on Google Plus at http://tinyurl.com/BoxingHangouts1. They can also be seen live on YouTube at http://tinyurl.com/BoxingHangoutsonYouTube.
The January 15th Hangout will feature boxing historian Colleen Aycock as a guest and the January 24th Hangout will be a preview of the big January 25th boxing weekend which includes the Lamont Peterson-Dierry Jean title match that Al will be calling on SHOWTIME. Fans can participate in these hangouts with questions during the Hangouts or before on twitter @Abernstein or on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/AlBernsteinlive. “This forum has been so much fun and has allowed me to create programming for boxing fans with great guests and fun topics,” Al said. He added, “The interaction with boxing fans around the world has been one of the most enjoyable parts of doing this.” Continue reading
Hall of Fame boxing announcer Al Bernstein will begin a series of Boxing Hangouts on Google Plus at http://tinyurl.com/BoxingHangouts1 with a live hangout at 7 p.m. EST on Tuesday, Dec. 3. It will also be live on You Tube at http://tinyurl.com/BoxingHangoutsonYouTube . In addition, Al will do a Hangout on Saturday, December 7, 30 minutes after the end of the SHOWTIME telecast of the Zab Judah vs. Paulie Malignaggi bout. He will answer fans questions about the big night of boxing. Continue reading
Boxing broadcaster extraordinaire Al Bernstein will be inducted into his third Hall of Fame this year on Saturday night, November 9th during the 9TH annual Connecticut Boxing Hall of Fame (CBHOF) Gala Induction Dinner in the Uncas Ballroom at Mohegan Sun. Continue reading
A contest on the Facebook fan page of Hall of Fame boxing broadcaster Al Bernstein will make the September 14 mega fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Canelo Alvarez even more special for one lucky fan.
Fans can go to www.facebook.com/albernsteinlive and guess the combined number of punches to be thrown by Floyd and Canelo, as tracked by Compubox on the SHOWTIME Pay Per View broadcast. The fan who comes closest will win one commemorative tee-shirt of the fight, a signed copy of Al Bernstein’s book “30 Years, 30 Undeniable Truths About Boxing, Sports and TV” and a unique keepsake from this historic event—Al Bernstein’s press credential from the fight, signed by Al. Continue reading