November 22, 2010 04:17pm
Last Call 11/26
Source: Sport Swami
by: Company Press Release
After some huge helpings of Turkey and football this Thanksgiving, the Sport Swami is working up a sweat this week. And with two top boxing champions in the world, a feature dance legend and a Penthouse Pet it is easy to see why that is. Consider it the real second helpings only on Last Call with the Sport Swami on www.cyberstationusa.com.
This week's guests include:
-Undisputed Light Heavyweight boxing champion Jean Pascal (www.jeanpascalboxing.com) stops by the show as he prepares for his showdown with Bernard Hopkins on December 18 in Montreal. The Haitian born former Olympian talks about his big win over Chad Dawson, his thoughts on taking on Bernard Hopkins, his relationship with Gym Promotions, the earthquake in Haiti and how it affected him, and being a father.
-BBB of C. Middleweight boxing champion Paul Smith (www.frankwarren.TV) joins the show as her prepares for his December 11 showdown with undefeated 2008 Gold Medalist James DeGale. The former Contender reality combatant talks about signing with Frank Warren, the popularity of boxing in England, family life and the balance between training and home, and his view on what DeGale brings to the table.
-December 2010 Penthouse Pet Sabrina Maree (www.twitter.com/sabrinamaree) sits down with the Swami fresh of being named the December Pet of the Month. Plus Sabrina dishes on her reason for working with women only, shooting with Penthouse, working with women, and life outside the industry.
-Plus Feature Dancer super star Daisy Duxe (www.myspace.com/daisyduxxx) returns to the show as she prepares for a roller coaster November and December. Among the topics she plans to address is her feature dance career, the changes the economy has had on her dancing, taking time off to see the Georgia-Georgia Tech game, and her dogs and family life and how she balances everything.
Its two hours of sex, sports and controversy only on Last Call on www.cyberstationusa.com. Friday, November 26 from 9 to 11 p.m. Eastern time/6 to 8 p.m. Pacific time.