Randy Gordon has a complete and varied background in the sport. Not only has he been a fighter, trainer and manager, he has served admirably as editor of Ring Magazine, color commentator for both ESPN and USA Network, and chairman of the New York State Athletic Commission.

He also writes for The Sweet Science, and now makes his debut as co-host of Randy’s Ringside, a program that will be appearing regularly on Boxing Channel Radio, and which will take advantage of Randy’s talents behind the mike.

In the initial installment, Randy offers the opinion that while he picked Bernard Hopkins to win a narrow decision, Jermain Taylor won their middleweight showdown fair and square. He also does some jousting with Charles Jay with regard to Hopkins’ rightful place in history.

Simply click the “podcast” icon below to access the premiere of “Randy’s Ringside.”