Check Out “Hot Topics” on Boxing Channel


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     A new fast paced discussion show called “Hot Topics”can now be seen on The Boxing Channel. The debut edition features Al Bernstein, Steve Farhood and Dave Bontempo as panelists. The show can be seen at

The hot topics for the first show include Devon Alexander and his fight with Marcos Maidana, the “cold war” between Top Rank and Golden Boy Promotions, and the opponents that Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. selected for their upcoming fights.
Bernstein, Executive Producer of The Boxing Channel said, “this is a show that will feature all the talented members of the Boxing Channel reporting staff in future episodes. On Hot Topics we don't use masks, props, costumes or manufactured arguments to try and make things interesting-instead we provide informative and entertaining discussion on the topics that that matter to boxing fans. And we support it with top notch production values.”
The second episode of “Hot Topics” will be available on The Boxing Channel starting on March 6th.


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