ringside seat


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Noun1.ringside seat - first row of seating; has an unobstructed view of a boxing or wrestling ring
seating, seating area, seating room, seats - an area that includes places where several people can sit; "there is seating for 40 students in this classroom"
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Manny Pacquiao showed he still plenty of energy by dominating Jessie Vargas in a WBO title fight on Saturday - and his rival Floyd Mayweather was there to see it with a ringside seat.
Then take a ringside seat at Cargo Restaurant Bar & Deli, which is offering a Three Queens Special Pre-Fixed Menu from May 23-25, which will allow diners to enjoy fabulous food in a stunning waterfront setting on Princes Parade.
We have a ringside seat at conception, gestation, the birth and Joey feeding.
The cookie brand Oreo is getting a ringside seat for the latest instalment of the Transformers' franchise, aACAyTransformers: Age of Extinction'.
The French national, who has Angela Merkel's ear, and probably her cell phone number, will now have a ringside seat when it comes time to approve or not the official candidate (EPP or from another party) to succeed Jose Manuel Barroso.
The students will spend the morning having a taster session of various sports, before in the afternoon having a ringside seat watching the athletes train.
If Jackpot could have beaten Wade, I would have had an extra bag of place money to bolster the Taylor winnings, but Ado was soundly thrashed by Wado as I watched on forlornly from my ringside seat.
Here, on the day before the doors are opened to the general public, Alan Titchmarsh and Joe Swift give us a ringside seat at the action and showcase the potential medal winners.
DEAN Harrison is set to turn down a ringside seat for the fight of the year in Las Vegas to have a few beers with his mates from Wolverhampton.
So if you're a Hoops fan here's your big chance to have a ringside seat at Parkhead on Tuesday week for a thrilling head-to-head.
evacuated in the aftermath of events, and thus offers the observations of one who had a ringside seat to the politics behind the response to al Qaeda.