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Samuel Peter & Scott Pemberton on NER Radio

WOBURN, Mass. (September 21, 2005) - One of the hottest heavyweights in the world, unbeaten contender Samuel Peter (24-0, 21 KOs), is Thursday night's special guest on the two-hour New England Ringside Boxing Radio Show, airing 6-8 PM/ET on Boston's Boxing Station, The Zone (1510 AM). The show is part of the New England Ringside Radio Network, which broadcasts boxing radio shows six nights a week throughout New England..

Thursday night's regular radio show hosts are Ted Bodenrader, George Kimball, Rick Brutti and Joe Bills.

Peter will talk about his IBF & WBO title elimination bout Saturday evening on HBO against Wladimir Klitschko (44-3, 40 KOs) in Atlantic City, as well as his projected role in the heavyweight division.

Scott "The Sandman" Pemberton (29-3-1, 14 KOs) also will be a guest. He'll discuss his IBF title fight against Jeff Lacy (20-0, 16 KOs), November 5 on Showtime, in addition to his two ESPN Fights of the Year against Omar Sheika and his frustrations leading up to this world title fight.
Another topic will be a review of last Saturday night's "Mayhem in Mansfield," headlined by Irish middleweight sensation John Duddy's (12-0, 11 KOs) 61-second knockout of Joe "The Assassin" Brady (13-5-1, 6 KOs).

NER Radio Network

1510AM The Zone in Boston
Thursday 6-8 PM
Saturday 7-9 PM
Call in number: 866.337.9663

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 ABC 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, and owns Fightography (sells classic boxing pictures). For more information about New England Ringside call 781.932.1190 or go on line to www.newenglandringside.com

Article posted on 21.09.2005



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