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RingTv image Video: Joseph Diaz Jr., Diego De La Hoya interviews, media workouts

Video: Joseph Diaz Jr., Diego De La Hoya interviews, media workouts

Junior featherweight prospects Joseph “Jo Jo” Diaz and Diego De La Hoya talk about their fights on Friday’s Fox Sports 1-televised Golden Boy Live! show at Fantasy Springs Casino in Indio, Calif. Diaz, a 2012 U.S. Olympian, spoke about his continued improvement. De La Hoya, Oscar De La Hoya’s 19-year-old cousin, spoke about making his own name.

RingTv image Video: Santa Cruz, Diaz, Soto Karass at turkey giveaway

Video: Santa Cruz, Diaz, Soto Karass at turkey giveaway

RingTV caught up with 2012 U.S. Olympian Joseph Diaz Jr., WBC 122-pound champ Leo Santa Cruz and welterweight contender Jesus Soto Karass during the 17th annual Oscar De La Hoya turkey giveaway at the Oscar De La Hoya Amino Charter High School in L.A.

RingTv image Video: RingTV reports: Miguel Cotto media workout, interviews

Video: RingTV reports: Miguel Cotto media workout, interviews

Alan Massengale reports from the Wild Card Boxing Club in Hollywood, Calif., where Miguel Cotto is training for his Oct. 5 fight with Delvin Rodriguez. Massengale spoke to Cotto, Top Rank President Todd duBoef and Freddie Roach, who is training the Puerto Rican star for the first time.

RingTv image Video: RingTV reports from Mares-Gonzalez media workout

Video: RingTV reports from Mares-Gonzalez media workout

Alan Massengale reports from the Abner Mares-Jhonny Gonzalez media workouts in Carson, Calif, the site of their WBC featherweight title bout on Saturday at StubHub Center. Massengale spoke with both Mares and Gonzalez about their showdown on Showtime.

RingTv image Video: Brandon Rios and Robert Garcia media workout interviews

Video: Brandon Rios and Robert Garcia media workout interviews

Brandon Rios says fans will get another war with his anticipated HBO-televised rematch with Mike Alvarado on March 30. Rios, who stopped Alvarado in their first bout, says he’ll score another KO. Trainer Robert Garcia says Rios trained harder for the rematch than he did for the first bout.