What was it like to sit at the ring apron for Gatti-Ward, Rios-Alvarado, or any number of other spectacular fights of this era? Renowned photographer Ed Mulholland has been close enough to get blood splattered on his beloved Rutgers baseball cap, which, thankfully, is already red.
The New Jersey shooter -- who has Gatti's bloody handwraps hanging from his basement wall -- joined us on the Jan. 17 edition of The Ringside Boxing Show to describe the electricity of a big-fight atmosphere as HBO's lead photographer for bouts involving the aforementioned gladiators, plus Mayweather-Pacquiao, Canelo-Cotto, and fights involving Bernard Hopkins, Felix Trinidad, Roy Jones Jr., Joe Calzaghe, Wladimir Klitschko and a zillion others.
Mulholland also tells us what it's like to be among the media masses at a Super Bowl, and take his camera onto the ice after the Stanley Cup Finals.
This is a sensational interview, packed with personal stories from one of the great boxing and MMA photographers of our time.
The Ed Mullholland interview is preceeded by our roundtable analysis from Travis Hartman, Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti of Deontay Wilder's frightening one-punch KO of Artur Szpilka, David Haye's first-round devastation over Mark De Mori, and the increasingly fascinating heavyweight division.