Yuri Foreman, Gamache & McCline on NER radio

WOBURN, Mass. (October 19, 2005) – The New England Ringside Radio Network looks to the past, present and future this week with former WBA lightweight champion Joey Gamache (55-4, 38 KOs), Jameel “Big Time” McCline (32-5-3, 20 KOs) and Yuri Foreman (18-0, 7 KOs) as Thursday evening’s special guests.

Ted Bodenrader, George Kimball, Rick Brutti and Joe Bills host Thursday night’s two-hour (6-8 PM/ET) New England Ringside Boxing Radio Show. McCline and Foreman both fight Friday night (October 21) on the latest PPV installment of Hard Knocks of the Hard Rock series, “Rumble at The Rock,” at the Seminole Hard Rock Casino in Hollywood, Florida.

McCline fights veteran Zuri Lawrence (19-10-4) in their 10-round match, while Foreman is matched against Troy Lowry (27-5, 16 KOs). They’ll be talking about their upcoming fights where they rate in the heavyweight and middleweight divisions, respectively.

The crowd-pleasing Gamache will reminisce about his 13-year pro career and boxing as a New England amateur, as well as talk about some of the boxers he’s training now in New York City.

The New England Ringside Radio Network (NERRN) broadcasts five nights a week live in the Boston market, as well as in the Merrimack Valley and southern New Hampshire, on WCAP 990AM in Lowell and throughout New England on 1320 The Drive in Providence, WXTC 990 AM in Hartford, and WWZN 1510 The Zone in Boston. All NERRN shows may be heard live via the Internet at www.newenglandringside.com, as well as to every household with a television set in Connecticut on Channel 3 (SAP feed) WTIC, the Fox affiliate in Hartford.

NER Radio Network
1510AM The Zone in Boston
Saturday 7-8 PM
(weekly highlights show)

WCAP 990-AM in Lowell
1320 The Drive in Providence
WXTC 990 AM in Hartford*
Monday 6-7 PM
Tuesday 6-7 PM
Wednesday 6-7 PM
Thursday 6-8 PM
Friday 6-7 PM

Call in number: 866.854.9275

*available to every household with a television set in Connecticut through an SAP feed on WTIC, the Fox affiliate in Hartford

All of the New England Ringside radio shows can be heard live on www.newenglandringside.com

New England Ringside also hosts a popular web site, publishes a monthly magazine, promotes pro boxing shows, and owns Fightography (sells classic boxing pictures – www.fightography.photoreflect.com). For more information about New England Ringside call 781.932.1190 or go on line to www.newenglandringside.com.

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