A boxing podcast bringing you unique insight into the fight game from two-weight world champion Carl Frampton, and TV presenter and journalist Chris Lloyd. Featuring high-profile interviews, in-studio analysis and unprecedented access into the mind of one of this generation’s greatest fighters
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Round 4 - Shannon Courtenay
Round 3 - Josh Taylor and Ben Davison
Chris and Carl are joined by the unified light-welterweight world champion Josh Taylor and his brand new coach, Ben Davison, formerly the coach of Tyson Fury. Together the pair talk about their future, and the guys review Fury/Wilder 2 with the man who knows the new champion so well.
Round 2 - Wilder v Fury II Preview
Chris and Carl analyse the re-match between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury and assess where the fight can be won and lost, how to tackle the Vegas pressure, and how much a new coaching team might affect Fury in the biggest fight of his life.
Round 1 - WWE legend Kurt Angle
TKO returns with Carl Frampton and Chris Lloyd and a very special guest to kick off season two: WWE superstar Kurt Angle. Together they discuss Olympic gold, Foxcatcher, the tragic murder of Dave Schultz, and compare notes on training, pain, pain management and quality of life.
Tommy Coyle Retirement Special
Chris and Carl travel to Hull to meet Tommy Coyle who announces his retirement from the ring in an emotional episode with plenty of tears. After defeat to Chris Algieri in New York in June last year and concerns about his long term health, Coyle, after much soul searching has decided to call it a day on a career that saw him win IBF and Commonwealth lightweight crowns. He's joined by his coaching staff Jamie Moore and Nigel Travis, and by opponents Derry Mathews and Algieri. This is his goodbye.
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Great interview looking forward to the next one
Should have stuck to his day job