We are back after a layoff nearly as long as Gary Russell Jr’s. We discuss Terence Crawford’s big win, controversy in multiple fights as Andre Dirrell was Andre Dirrell’d, Rances Barthelemy wins sort of, and Hassan N’Dam does a B&E on Ryota Murata. Plus we discuss Terence Crawford’s future, HBO’s commentary, love of Max Kellerman, and Gervonta Davis living in Floyd Mayweather’s shadow. We didn’t want to do a 3 hour long podcast so we’re going to be releasing another episode this week discussing all the things we missed.
Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko put on a show this past Saturday and we break the fight down and discuss it in-depth. We discuss the future for each fighter, whether the stoppage was early, and where the hell was Deontay Wilder? Plus, Joshua says all the right things, Klitschko has weird answers, and more. Also, we discuss the upcoming Canelo vs Chavez Jr fight and why there’s nothing like fighting in Las Vegas.
We’re back to discuss the upcoming Top Rank pay-per-view. Is Miguel Marriaga more than a paper opponent to pad Valdez’s resume? Is Gilberto Ramirez any good? Which fight on the undercard are we most anticipating? These questions are all answered plus we discuss the beef between Shawn Porter and Andre Berto, how Jermell Charlo will do, and sensational headlines about neutral judges.
Vasyl Lomachenko leads the charge on the Ukrainian invasion of HBO by beating pound-for-pound (on one publication) fighter Jason Sosa. Also, we discuss Aleksandr Usyk and Oleksandr Gvozdyk’s performances. Terry Flanagan was also in action. Find out why Graeme boycotted this fight. Plus, terrible refereeing in the Liam vs Liam fight. Then, we discuss all the big fight announcements like Pacquiao-Horn and Ward-Kovalev 2.
Jason joins me to discuss Gennady Golovkin’s narrow victory of Danny Jacobs. We talk about the growing sentiment around Gennady Golovkin, how much credit Danny Jacobs is due, and whether the second day weigh-in needs to be considered. Plus we talk about which fighter appeared shot, why Roman Gonzalez didn’t fight Carlos Cuadras, and more. Then Graeme joins me to discuss HBO’s future, his trip from LA to Philly to New York to see the fights, and his thoughts discussing the fight with fans at Madison Square Garden.
Jason joins me to discuss Gennady Golovkin’s upcoming pay-per-view against Danny Jacobs, the battle between two former Golovkin victims, and the quiet big time draw that PBC has on their hands. Plus we discuss Demetrius Andrade, Manny Pacquiao’s upcoming fight with the Horn Dog, and a long awaited fight that might actually be possible now.
Gleb and Jason join me to discuss Keith Thurman’s win over Danny Garcia, why the fight was close, what may or may not happen in a rematch, and more. Plus we discuss Erickson Lubin’s big win, the mess that was Haye vs Bellew, opinions on Sam Eggington, and Shinsuke Yamanaka’s continued success. Thoughts on Porter vs Berto, Mayweather talking about Pacquiao-Khan, a conversation around Callum Smith vs Anthony Dirrell, and the upcoming Lemieux vs Stevens fight.
It was a big night for PBC boxing as Deontay Wilder retained his heavyweight title. We discuss Wilder’s win, his chances against other heavyweights, and just how the heavyweight division is doing on the whole. We also discuss the upcoming fights between Keith Thurman and Danny Garcia, Manny Pacquiao and Amir Khan, and what is going to happen at 154. Plus, we discuss David Haye’s upcoming fight with Tony Bellew and whether or not it’s a circus event. This episode is co-hosted by Graeme and Gleb.
Kell Brook does the unthinkable and takes on yet another monster in Errol Spence. Plus, which lightweights do we think Robert Easter Jr can beat, were people sleeping on Zanat Zhakiyanov, and did Shakur Stevenson make the right decision to sign with Top Rank? Also discussed are the rumors of Victor Ortiz fighting Brandon Rios, Manny Pacquiao’s next fight, and the return of Gilbert Ramires. We look forward to Adrien Broner, Lamont Peterson, Marcus Browne, and an exciting young prospect.