BOSTON (June 22, 2005) – The thrice-weekly New England Ringside Radio Show goes from pillar to post this week, starting with the women of boxing and ending with a look at the Arturo Gatti-Floyd Mayweather superfight.

Thursday night’s two-hour New England Ringside Boxing Radio Show – hosted by Ted Bodenrader, Anthony Pepe, Rick Brutti and Joe Bills – airs between 6-8 PM/ET on Boston’s Boxing Station, The Zone (1510 AM). This week is ladies’ night. Guests include Lucia Rijker, who’ll talk about her role in the movie, “Million Dollar Baby,” as well as her pay-per-view fight July 30 versus Christy Martin, who also is a guest on the show. Former world champion Jaime “The Hurricane” Clampitt and ring announcer Amy Hayes are also scheduled to make an appearanceThursday night.

“The Drive” (1320) in Providence will broadcast a show Friday night, 7-9 PM. WBC rated No. 9 Paulie “The Magic Man” Malignaggi will be a special guest. The Brooklyn junior welterweight will discuss his one-year layoff due to two hand surgeries and his plans to return to the ring.

Saturday night’s show, broadcast weekly between 7-9 PM/ET, is hosted by NER’s Bill Skog, “Irish” Pat Kelley, “Dynamite” Danny Sheehan and Jeff “HellRaza” Fraza. The boys will be previewing that night’s highly anticipated Gatti-Mayweather pay-per-view fight in Atlantic City.

The Thursday and Saturday evening shows also will be simulcast on 1320 “The Drive.”

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

New England Ringside also hosts a popular web site, publishes a monthly magazine, and owns Fightography (which sells classic boxing pictures). For more information about New England Ringside call 781.932.1190 or go online to www.newenglandringside.com.

NER Promotions, a division of New England Ringside, promotes its first ESPN2 Friday Nights Fight show – Plymouth Rocks — July 1 in Plymouth (MA), headlined by a USBA light heavyweight title fight between George Khalid Jones (22-2-2, 13 KOs) versus “Fabulous” Freddy Moore (30-3, 27 KOs). Tickets, priced at $60.00 (ringside), $50.00 (reserved) and $30.00 (general admission) are available by going to www.ticketweb.com or calling 781.932.1190. Doors open at 6 PM. First bout begins at 8:15.