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Episode 3: "Dangerous" Dana Rosenblatt

The "Fighting Pride" of Malden Massachusetts is profiled on this new episode of the Characters of Boxing (And Beyond) Podcast. While exploring the rich fighting history of Rosenblatt we learn about more characters that were directly (and indirectly) impacted by his stout career inside the ring. These fighters include Vinny Pazienza and the late, great Howard Davis Jr.

Casey (your host of the podcast) brings on his girlfriend, Saroyah, to share her thoughts and we explore her families connections to mid-century prizefighting in the United States. Casey explores the unique Pazienza-Rosenblatt rivalry in-depth and what it meant to fight fans in southern New England.

Rosenblatt is a young "character" at just 47 years old, and has made a second career for himself away from the ring in the world of business and finance. Learn about a fighter that truly has his priorities in the right place and found a way to navigate the (often times difficult and unforgiving) boxing landscape and walk away without ever turning back.

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