About Us


 

The staff of “Leave it in the RinG”

 

 

“Leave it in the RinG” radio has been established since 2008 and has climbed their way to be mentioned as one of the best internet boxing radio shows on the air waves !  With providing some of the best and exclusive interviews to the Boxing World , they include real hardcore boxing fans views to the listeners with a behind the scene inside take.

LIITR is the first to ever stream their show live at a boxing gym to conduct interviews with fighters and trainers. By putting their show on USTREAM they are able to allow listeners to see the show in action with fighters training .

LIITR were also the first to cover and break PED stories . Having ex-Balco owner Victor Conte and founder of Vada Testing Dr. Margaret Goodman educate the staff and listeners in how to clean up the sport.

The show has inspired others to follow in their footsteps by creating similar spin-offs of “Leave it in the RinG” . Not to mention setting the bar in how to present a boxing radio show to an audience by keeping real questions asked to guests .

Join the crew as they report the news and provide information on the sport a fan cannot get anywhere else .

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David Duenez

 

The founder and creator of “Leave it in the RinG” radio , David Duenez quickly made his name in the boxing media from his aggressive fan style approach on the radio and his 1-on-1 interviews . From getting his start on YouTube in 2006 as a video blogger who analyzed upcoming fights , Duenez, was the 1st to launch a website and format a radio show for the boxing fans.

 

 

 

Gabriel Montoya

 

Gabriel Montoya is one of the most respected journalists in the boxing field and has become one of boxing radio voices to be a must listen too. The Co-host of “Leave it in the RinG” and writer to Maxboxing.com Montoya brings insight knowledge of the sport with his direct in your face approach in interviews that has had the community roaring to hear more .

Follow Gabriel on Twitter @Gabriel_Montoya  FaceBook : Gabriel Montoya

 

 

 

 

Barbara Pinnella

Barbara Pinnella had always wanted to write, but it took a long time to actually get to this point. She graduated with a BA in English from Cal State Northridge and for many years continued with her love of owning and showing horses. This eventually brought her to journalism, when she had the opportunity to write for a show jumping magazine. That magazine, Jump!, quickly became international, and allowed her to travel to Mexico, Canada, and Europe. At that same time she wrote a weekly article for several  professional wrestling websites. She has not looked back since. Currently she covers boxing and rodeo, and loves doing interviews with athletes involved in both of those sports.

Still a horse trainer by profession, Barbara trains horses and riders as well as going to horse shows. And whenever time permits she also loves running her Corgi Tarah in agility competitions.

FaceBook: Barbara Pinnella

 

BRIAN FOGG

BRIAN FOGG

Brian Fogg has since  his youth been a boxing fan, now he is thrilled with the opportunity to write about the sport . Originally from Midland, Michigan, he currently lives in Kalamazoo, Michigan ,where he is pursuing a journalism degree at Western Michigan University. Thru this time he was traveled the world, visiting 17 different countries. Fogg enjoys researching stories that are off the beat in order to give his readers something interesting.  More specifically he enjoys researching legal issues. His past work can also be found at TheFarmClub.net

Follow Brian on twitter @Foggyskies
Facebook – Brian Fogg or email: foggyskies92@gmail.com
 

 

 

002Lenny Sandoval growing up Mexican-American in Southern California, Lenny Sandoval was predisposed to like two things: Morrissey and boxing.

His love of the Moz inspired him to play music through high school and college, releasing a handful of locally successful albums and EPs. As his musical career was winding down, he began law school at UCLA, which was known for its entertainment law program. Soon after graduation, he returned to the entertainment business for a bit doing legal legal work for songwriters, producers and record labels and currently practices general litigation in Los Angeles.

Going to family parties as a kid centered around each Julio Cesar Chavez fight and watching big heavyweight fights with his dad cemented his love of boxing at an early age. He continues to closely follow the sport in all aspects, including the business side. Lenny provides legal and business support for Leave it in the Ring in addition to providing general content.

Follow Lenny at @TheFightSmith

 

 

 

 

 

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