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Legacy Of Boxing Trainer Emanuel Steward
Legacy Of Boxing Trainer Emanuel Steward

AIR DATE: October 30, 2012

Fans and fighters in the boxing world lost legendary trainer Emanuel Steward on Thursday. Steward's is best known for training champion boxer Thomas Hearns, but he's also trained other big named boxers like Lennox Lewis and Oscar De La Hoya. Former boxing judge Chuck Giampa worked some of Steward's fights and was Steward's friend later in life. Giampa joins us to talk about Steward's legacy in the boxing world.
Chuck Giampa, former boxing judge


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