Friday, July 31, 2015

Danny Bonaduce, 2.0

In an Inquirer interview, WYSP's Danny Bonaduce talks about radio, reality TV, boxing and life with a 26-year-old girlfriend. His ex-wife also weighs in.

Danny Bonaduce, 2.0


WYSP's Danny Bonaduce talks about radio, reality TV, boxing and life with a 26-year-old girlfriend, in a profile appearing in Thursday's Magazine section of The Inquirer. His ex-wife also weighs in...

I followed him for the day last week, meeting him at 4:30 a.m. in the gym in the basement of his apartment building, where he hit a heavy bag for 45 minutes. Bonaduce went to his four-hour show (6 to 10 a.m.), took business calls in midday about a few reality series he’s developing (a lucrative sideline), did a second workout in the afternoon (sparring with a guy 17 years his junior), returned to the station to host his late-afternoon talk show for Los Angeles while he chugged Muscle Milk, did a third workout, and got home by 8. He said he’s been off drugs for years, and allows himself no more than three drinks a day.

Saturday night, he'll fight Jose Canseco.
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