Tonight on the Pugilist KOrner: Floyd Mayweather Sr and Vernon Paris, with Special Guest Host Austin Trout

Blog Talk Radio’s “The Pugilist KOrner” is proud to present: Master trainer and boxing icon Floyd Mayweather Sr, Junior Welterweight prospect Vernon Paris, and special guest host WBA Junior Middleweight Champion Austin “No Doubt” Trout.

Legendary trainer Floyd Mayweather Sr. will be discussing the current state of the boxing as well as his new gym and his current stable of fighters.

Also on the show making his “Pugilist KOrner” debut is undefeated Junior Welterweight prospect “Ice man” Vernon Paris (25-0, 15 KOs), who is coming off of his 7 round destruction of Tim Coleman, which took place on ESPN’s Friday Night Fights on August 5th.

Back by popular demand, “The Pugilist KOrner” is also proud to present undefeated WBA Junior Middleweight Champion Austin “No Doubt” Trout (23-0, 13 KOs) as a special co-host for tonight’s two hour episode. The southpaw technician will be breaking down this weekend’s big heavyweight fights, and will offer his take on the big Mayweather/Ortiz showdown on September 17th. journalist Richard Powell will be calling in to discuss his conversations with Zab Judah concerning his future in boxing.

“The Pugilist KOrner” begins tonight at 9:00 PM EST and all listeners are encouraged to dial in at 718-506-1506.

Tonight’s show will be hosted by Radio commentator James King, assistant editor Joseph Herron, and WBA Jr. Middleweight Champ Austin “No Doubt” Trout.

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Tune in tonight to the “Pugilist KOrner”!!

Article posted on 24.08.2011

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