Ring announcer Henry "Discombobulating" Jones joins us to talk about various topics including the boxing scene in the Washington DC area, upcoming fights for the rest of 2020, who is the next superstar in the sport, and more.
Interview with Malik "Iceman" Hawkins, with thoughts on the news about the October 10th fight card, what he has been doing in the bubble in Uncasville, who he has his eyes on in the 140 pound division, and more.
First segment has Nafear Charles with Kris Casey calling in to talk about Nafear's fight Saturday in Rock Hill SC.
Second segment covers the Ajagba-Rice fight and the Pedraza-Molina fight
Third segment has Cobia "Soldier" Breedy and Coach Floyd Seymour talk about the fight against Tugstogt Nyambayar.
Fourth segment goes over the Lubin-Gausha fight and a preview of the PPV card on September 26th.
Overtime segment covers what Teddy Atlas said, if the Canelo fight will go to purse bid, and the Haney-Russell situation.
Audio of the Midweek Report, as we have special guest WBC featherweight champion "Mr." Gary Russell Jr.
Gives an update of the negotiations between him and Devin Haney, his plans if the Haney fight does not materialize, and who Gary Antuanne Russell may possibly fight.
In this episode...
- Interview with Cobia "Soldier" Breedy and trainer Floyd Seymour as they prepare for the fight against Tugstogt Nyambayar
- Quick take on the Herring-Oquendo fight and the Ugas-Ramos fight
- Thoughts on a possible fight between Devin Haney and Gary Russell Jr.
We go over Jose Ramirez defending his unified super lightweight titles against former champ Viktor Postol, Erislandy Lara's performance against Greg Vendetti for the WBA super welterweight title, and Daniel DuBois in action.
A preview of the fight card with Jamel Herring, Steven Nelson, and Jared Anderson is included
The "gossip" segment is about Devin Haney, Terence Crawford, Canelo, and more.
- Analysis of the Whyte-Povetkin fight, what mistakes Whyte made that led to his loss
- Review of the Taylor-Persoon rematch, and why a caller feels that it was a robbery
- Why the performance of Joe Smith Jr. was good and Eleider Alvarez was bad
- Shawn Porter gets good and bad reviews
- Terence Crawford gets roasted for his actions
- Analysis of the fight between Cecilia Braekhus and Jessica McCaskill...why Able Sanchez is an overrated trainer
- Review of the fight between David Benavidez and Roamer Alexis Angulo: Target practice for Benavidez, lack of discipline led to forfeit of title?
1st hour - Interview with trainer Darrie Riley who talks about his time with Jared "The Real Big Baby" Anderson, the boxing scene in Toledo, his experience as a boxer
2nd hour - Back and forth boxing gossip between the host and the callers
Interview with WBC featherweight champion Gary Russell Jr.
- The story continues with Terence Crawford
- Response to comments by Mark Davis
- Why other fighters do not call him out
- Thoughts on Wilder's loss to Fury and will he come back to win the third fight
*NOTICE* This is an interview with Nate "The Galaxxy Warrior" Campbell about current events, politics, reparations, the war on the black man, and more. This is not about boxing so if these topics are uncomfortable for you to listen to, this show ain't for you.
Interview with 4x national champion Tika Hemingway, Lomachenko having second thoughts of fighting Teofimo Lopez, Mike Tyson's video on Twitter, Deontay Wilder talk, what would have happened this weekend, and more.
Riddick "Big Daddy" Bowe interview, Cobia "Soldier" Breedy and Coach Floyd Seymour talk about Breedy's fight against Eugene Lagos, Rick Glaser calls in to talk with Bowe, a review of the Quigg-Carroll fight and the Kownacki-Helenius fight, plus the president and the vice president of the Deontay Wilder Fan Club defend Wilder once again.
Rick Glaser joins the show to talk about the rematch between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury, the business of boxing, and more.
Also a review of the Garcia-Fonseca fight card and the Plant-Feigenbutz fight card
A review of Munguia-O'Sullivan, Hart-Smith, Shields-Habazin, and Dezurn-Jimenez, plus special guest Rick Glaser speaks about Wilder-Fury 2, Terence Crawford's possible next opponent, Canelo-Saunders, and more.
Wilder-Ortiz 2 review...two callers compete for the position of president of the Deontay Wilder Fan Club...an argument about Luis Ortiz and Dillian Whyte...John Ryder may have been robbed...Andrew Cancio got blasted in the rematch...and more
A look ahead to the fights coming up on the weekend of July 12th and 13th, including Joe Joyce vs. Bryant Jennings, Nathan Gorman against Daniel Dubois, Rob Brant against Ryota Murata, and Rey Vargas against Tomoki Kameda.
Coverage of Jermell Charlo and Guillermo Rigondeaux in action, and a summary of the rematch between Andrew Cancio and Alberto Machado.
Also a preview of Richard Commey against Ray Beltran, Demetrius Andrade against Maciej Sulecki, and Jermall Charlo fights Brandon Adams.
A review of the fight between Jarrett Hurd and Julian Williams in Fairfax and the rematch between Miguel Berchelt and Francisco Vargas in Tucson. We cover both of those fights and also what happened in the co-feature bouts including the Dogboe-Navarrete rematch.
The Barclays Center will host the fight between Deontay Wilder and Dominic Breazeale...a look ahead to that and preview the keys to the fight.
Gary Russell Sr. is the special guest talking about his sons being part of the card on May 18th, the state of boxing, and how Gary Jr. has been trying to get a fight with Leo Santa Cruz (with another special guest talking about that as well)...
A review of the Canelo-Jacobs fight, and a preview of Hurd-Williams is part of this podcast.
Former world champion Austin Trout joins to talk about his upcoming fight against Terrell Gausha, a review of the Sor Rungvisai-Estrada rematch, the unification fight between Daniel Roman and TJ Doheny, plus a look at Regis Prograis defeating Kiryl Relikh.
Terence Crawford's win over Amir Khan and the aftermath, Shakur Stevenson and Teofimo Lopez winning their matches and what is in their future, Danny Garcia stopping Adrian Granados, and reactions to Jarrell Miller's test results.
Andre Dirrell is the special guest on the show, talking about his recovery from the fibula injury suffered last year; review of Gvozdyk-Ngumbu and Kavaliauskas-Robinson; Ryan Garcia's performance and his position in the super featherweight division.
A review of the Chris Eubank Jr. and James DeGale fight and what are the possibilities for the winner in the super middleweight division, including the result of the Andre Dirrell-Avni Yildirim fight which happened a few hours after.
Also a look into the press conference between Anthony Joshua and Jarrell Miller, and Tyson Fury's deal with ESPN in conjunction with Top Rank Boxing.
Summary of Gervonta Davis's win over Hugo Ruiz and Alberto Machado losing to Andrew Cancio. A couple of undercard bouts will be covered as well.
The fight between Jose Ramirez and Jose Zepada was also covered in this episode.
Manny Pacquiao defended a version of the welterweight title against Adrien Broner in the main event and Badou Jack faced Marcus Browne in the co-feature bout in Las Vegas. A lot of people are talking about the performance that Pacquaio had last night, but the host will "focus" on something else from that fight.
We'll also look ahead to Keith Thurman's return bout against Josesito Lopez.
The first podcast of 2019 looks ahead to the Pacquiao-Broner fight card, coverage of the Uzcategui-Brant card, and whether Kownacki is a valid heavyweight contender...and also Charles Martin's place in the heavyweight rankings.
This episode goes through the card at Madison Square Garden as Canelo Alvarez took on Rocky Fielding for a super middleweight title. In the undercard, Tevin Farmer defended his title against Francisco Fonseca while Katie Taylor put her unified titles on the line against Eva Wahlstrom. There were also two other fights within the division that made the host think that the winners should face each other in the near future.
There is also a look ahead to the fights that will be on December 22nd as Dillian Whyte takes on Dereck Chisora, Josh Warrington defends his title against Carl Frampton, and the Charlo brothers have fights at the Barclays Center.
This episode goes over the fight card that was in the Hulu Theater at the Madison Square Garden headlined by the lightweight unification fight between Vasyl Lomachenko and Jose Pedraza. This fight card also had a title change hands and that is covered as well.
In addition to that, the last HBO Boxing telecast took place on December 8th and that is talked about and how HBO Boxing went out with a whimper of sorts in their final telecast.
The controversial draw between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury is discussed in depth on this episode, as the host goes through what he saw over the course of the fight. Who actually won the fight? What did it mean for the heavyweight division?
Dmitry Bivol took on Jean Pascal in Atlantic City and came out the winner, but his performance and post-fight comments were what peaked the interest of the host of this podcast. That is one of the main topics while the other is an in-depth preview of the Wilder-Fury card at the Staples Center.
There were bouts happening in Kansas and Oklahoma over the weekend as the WBO junior welterweight title was on the line in Oklahoma City. Maurice Hooker defended the title against Alex Saucedo in the main event. There was also a welterweight fight in the co-feature which may lead to some big things in the future for the winner of that bout. The Kansas Star Arena was the site of a heavyweight fight involving two undefeated fighters, but one guy was a class or two above his opponent. We will go into that and what happened in the undercard as some notable fighters were part of it and Claressa Shields defended her middleweight titles in this card.
A review of the undisputed cruiserweight title fight between Oleksandr Usyk and Tony Bellew is the feature segment of this podcast. In addition to that, we cover the cruiserweight matchups that are part of the World Boxing Super Series that took place in Chicago.
The fight cards coming up next week as Maurice Hooker defends the WBO super lightweight title against Alex Saucedo in Oklahoma City and Claressa Shields defends her IBF and WBA titles against Hannah Rankin in Mulvane Kansas. Also on the card in Kansas is Gabe Rosado vs. Luis Arias and Jarrell Miller vs. Bogdan Dinu.
An update on the card at the Staples Center on December 1st is included, as the buzz is that not that many people are impressed about it. Tune in to what the host has to say about it.
The fight between Daniel Jacobs and Sergiy Derevyanchenko for the vacant IBF middleweight title was reviewed in this podcast. What is the fallout from this particular matchup and what is the outlook for the winner in the overall landscape in the middleweight division?
We also touch on the results of the fights in New Orleans as the super lightweight bracket in the World Boxing Super Series had two more entrants in the semifinals. There was a lot to decipher from those two fights, and that may affect the prediction that the host has on who would come out as the winner of the tournament.
There will also be updates as to cards that will take place within the next couple of months, and maybe touch on the topic of Errol Spence Jr. taking on Mikey Garcia next year and why some people may be bothered by that matchup.
A busy week in boxing as there was a card in Orlando and in Boston which had significant impact in the sport. In Orlando, the World Boxing Super Series continued as Yunier Dorticos and Mateusz Masterak faced each other and Emanuel Rodriguez defended his title against Jason Moloney. We reviewed those matchups and see what is next for them in the series.
USBA super featherweight champion Jamel Herring was on the show talking about his victory from last month, his start in boxing as an amateur, becoming a pro after his time as a marine (and a member of the 2012 Olympic team), who he is looking to face in the division, and his thoughts on the business of boxing.
We broke down the key fights in the fight card in Boston and what may be next for the new middleweight champion Demetrius Andrade. We also previewed the Jacobs-Derevyanchenko fight and other fights scheduled in New York on Saturday.
In this podcast, the WBO welterweight title fight between Terence Crawford and Jose Benavidez Jr. was reviewed, the World Boxing Super Series quarterfinals in Ekaterinburg was reviewed, a look ahead to the fights on October 20th, a rant on Billy Joe Saunders, and Dillian Whyte talk.
In this podcast we cover the World Boxing Super Series final in the super middleweight division between George Groves and Callum Smith. The winner got the Ring Magazine championship at 168 and became the #1 guy. The host gave his thoughts about the winner and loser and what the result means for the super middleweight division.
Jerwin Ancajas and Jose Uzcategui also fought on Friday night at Oakland...we will go through those fights and the card in general. We also talk about Devin Haney's fight against Juan Carlos Burgos and Jorge Linares took on Abner Cotto. We'll also talk about the card that will be on Fox Sports 1 during the show.
We go over the unified heavyweight title clash between Anthony Joshua and Alexander Povetkin that was at Wembley Stadium last night. It was a good fight that had its moments for both fighters, but then changed dramatically in the 7th round. We got through that fight in depth and also the fights that were on the undercard. In addition to that, we give and listen to thoughts about how the presentation was on DAZN as it was the first boxing event on the streaming network.
Another announcement in the heavyweight division took place this week, and that involves the WBC heavyweight championship. Many see this as a key fight and this will be discussed in depth on another segment of the show.
We also look ahead to the WBSS final in the super middleweight division as George Groves will fight Callum Smith with the WBA super middleweight title on the line. In addition to that we will go through a couple of fights that will happen before the end of the month.
A review of the Canelo-GGG rematch and an extended discussion on what is next for both fighters, a look ahead to the Joshua-Povetkin fight, and the announcement by Floyd Mayweather is covered on this podcast.
A "Labor Day" edition of the podcast here with a preview of the fight card at the Barclays Center scheduled for September 8th featuring the bout for the vacant WBC welterweight championship between Danny Garcia and Shawn Porter, plus the heavyweight fight between Adam Kownacki and Charles Martin. We also look ahead to the "Superfly 3" card, and go through a rumor about the fight between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury.
This episode will cover what happened in Windsor Park in Belfast on Saturday...There has been a lot of talk about what happened at Windsor Park and this will be discussed in detail and the host has an interesting reaction to what went down.
There was also an announcement of sorts in the super featherweight division which was discussed at length as well.
In this week's podcast, we went over the fight card that was placed on Facebook live which included the main event of Jesus Rojas against Joseph Diaz...that and what happened with the Facebook live will be talked about.
Next week, the fight card in Belfast Ireland will take place as Carl Frampton will take on Luke Jackson and Tyson Fury fights Francisco Pianeta. We look into that and more topics that have come out of that.
There has been talk about what may be happening in the heavyweight division and in the middleweight division so that will beas brought up and also the press conference in Chicago for the fight card that will be on October 6th was covered.
This episode of the podcast went over the fights that happened in Atlantic City and in Uniondale as the host was on site for the fight card in Atlantic City to cover the card that featured Sergey Kovalev against Eleider Alvarez as the main event. The host was surprised about what happened at the end of that fight, so he will express his thoughts about that and about the co-feature that took place at the Hard Rock Hotel in Atlantic City.
There was also a card in Uniondale, New York as Devon Alexander took on Andre Berto and Peter Quillin faced J'Leon Love at the Nassau Coliseum in the co-feature. The host reviews those fights and what may be possible in the aftermath.
We go through a busy week in boxing as it was the last weekend of July and key fights that will affect the landscape of the heavyweight and lightweight divisions were talked about as the O2 Arena hosted the fight between Dillian Whyte and Joseph Parker and Staples Center hosted the lightweight unification fight between Mikey Garcia and Robert Easter Jr. We go through those fights and gauge where the winners place themselves in the division.
The undisputed cruiserweight championship between Oleksandr Usyk and Murat Gassiev took place in Moscow, and we will look at the fight and what the winner did and what is next in line for him. The loser will suffer the first loss of his career, so it may be a huge setback depending on the type of loss they have.
Jamie Munguia will also have had his first defense of the WBO super welterweight title, against Liam Smith. Also Alberto Machado defended the WBA "regular" super featherweight title against Rafael Mensah on that card. We go over that as well.
An in-depth preview of Whyte-Parker is also included on the show.
The host goes through the week in boxing and analyzes what went down in some of the bouts that happened over the weekend. Manny Pacquiao returned to the ring after being inactive for over one year against WBA "regular" champion Lucas Matthysse in Kuala Lumpur. This fight was covered and the aftermath was one of the topics for the show.
Earlier there was a card in New Orleans which was headlined by super lightweight Regis Prograis who took on Juan Jose Velasco. The co-feature included Teofimo Lopez in a 130 pound fight. This was covered in another segment of the show.
A preview of the fights on July 21st was also included as the undisputed cruiserweight championship will be on the line as Oleksandr Usyk and Murat Gassiev will fight to see who the best in the division is. Also later in the day Jamie Munguia will have his first defense of the WBO super welterweight title against Liam Smith and Alberto Machado will take on Rafael Mensah for the WBA "regular" junior lightweight title.